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    Lightbulb Guild Wars 2 - Blurry Visuals.

    Not sure if this is the right section, but I didn't want to post technical problems in the Guild Wars 2. Move if necessary.
    Apologies if incorrect section.

    Currently, I'm averaging about 40 fps which is not bad for my system imo, and totally fine for my perception of my experience with the game.
    The problem is my visuals are a bit blurry. Not sure why this is.
    Here's a screenshot with my settings in the graphics menu.
    Screenshot.
    In that screeny you can't really see how blurry my character for some reason but you can kinda see it from the guys at the back and the background models in general.
    Any help on my settings would be great e.g. are they correct for my system?

    My system is:
    Windows 7 Home Premium
    Nvidia GTX 460
    Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83GHz
    8gb of 1333mhz DDR3 RAM

    Also, dual monitor - Primary 1920x1080, secondary 1400 x 900

    I can OC this stuff if needed but I'm not really fussed.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Edit: forgot about dual monitor.
    Last edited by Thunderfap; 2012-08-31 at 11:15 PM.

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    Try switching texture quality from medium to high or ultra if that makes difference, it kinda looks like texture quality issue to me more than blurring.

    Also make sure you aren't forcing any AA/AF settings from graphics drivers but have it "application-controlled".
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    Well most of your settings are on low, and you have none of the check boxes checked in the lower part ( the ones about textures). You will just need to change some serttings around until you find the balance between graphics and fps.
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    It's more than likely the subsample setting. It renders the game at a resolution lower than what you have it set so it'll look stretched or blurry. Try putting it on native and see if that fixes it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Worgenite View Post
    It's more than likely the subsample setting. It renders the game at a resolution lower than what you have it set so it'll look stretched or blurry. Try putting it on native and see if that fixes it.
    I have a feeling this might be it. the text in cutscenes looks like shit. I'll try it and report back.

    EDIT: It is! Thanks very much. Feels silly for not noticing it ^.^ Thread complete :3
    Last edited by Thunderfap; 2012-08-31 at 11:49 PM. Reason: Fix'd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Worgenite View Post
    It's more than likely the subsample setting. It renders the game at a resolution lower than what you have it set so it'll look stretched or blurry. Try putting it on native and see if that fixes it.
    That would be my first guess, 2nd is the LOD setting your using is really low and you have the blur background option enabled. So objects close to you are rendered in less detail then blurred.
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