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Karl wrote:Hi Karl.
What version of ARCHICAD are you running?
In the geforce control panel is Vertical Sync turned off?
Do you have some antialiasing settings enabled either in the graphics card settings or in ARCHICAD 2D (Work Environment > User Pref Schemes > Advanced Redraw Options ?
Do you have Windows set to zoom or shrink content ... or is it set to display at 100% of actual display resolution?
Podolsky wrote:I couldn't find any articles relating to the drivers needed for the card in relation archicad...
I proposed to look into driver, because sometimes wrong driver can cause serios troubles with screen and performance. I had experience seeing one guy, who was working for several months (!!!) on wrong driver. It was bloody slow and annoying. I actually needed to yell on him a little bit, that he would open his eyes and read an article about drivers on Graphisoft web-site - and problem after been solved in 5 minutes.
So, my advice - first search information about video cards tested and recommended by Graphisoft.
Second - check is your video card in the list. Third try to figure out, is your driver is the same driver recommended by Graphisoft. Ley say maybe Graphisoft do not recommend to use latest but you need to install previous or something like that.
If all that research will not help you - then you need to put pressure to local technical support. Or. You can put pressure on local technical support (from where you bought ArchiCAD, if you actually do bought it) - and then they can do all article searches for you and all this numbers from one to three and you take day or two off to enjoy beautiful summer.
mmbrajohan wrote:I mean in Archicad, not in the driver.
runxel wrote:It is not disabled. I have various settings from on to 8x etc...
Looks like you have disabled anti-aliasing.