"Now that we have covered the ATI Radeon X1000 series in-depth
under Linux, we are back today with yet another look at the X1800XL
but this time it comes in form of looking at Full Scene
Anti-Aliasing. While premiering with the ATI Radeon X1000 series
was new adaptive anti-aliasing and transparency super-sampling,
these abilities have yet to be touched by the Linux 8.24.8 display
drivers. This situation is similar to NVIDIA and them having yet to
introduce their new Anti-Aliasing modes with their GeForce 7
series. Even so, today we are going to be looking at the Full Scene
Anti-Aliasing performance and results within Linux using the
X1800XL. For those that have never tampered with Anti-Aliasing, it
is a technique of over-sampling each pixel to achieve a more
realistic image by removing the jagged edges, or 'jaggies...'"
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