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    Want a crystal-clear experience with your HTC Vive? Consider enabling supersampling!
    The HTC Vive has one of the clearest displays available in today's consumer VR systems, sporting a 2160x1200 resolution (or 1080x1200 per eye). While this provides a mostly clear image in most scenarios, the output of the headset still has a long way to go before matching the clarity of the human eye.
    However, provided you have a powerful graphics card which surpasses the minimum requirements for the HTC Vive, a quick tweak can drastically bump the quality of your headset's display. Known as supersampling, this feature renders the image at a higher resolution than the headset's display, producing a much clearer image overall.

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    09-03-2017 11:40 AM

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