wolfy wrote:Unless you're using a gtx1070 + or AMD equivalent, 200% super sampling will not make a difference, it's a setting Oculus made for general gaming use. Plus the possibility of melting your card, cpu, mobo or all ! Check your temperatures if you're going to try 200%, but you'll find not much difference atall. Most apps work well at 1.5. Hardly any difference in movies. If there is a difference in movie quality, there's something wrong elsewhere, it's not been improved by the sampling.
Super sampling and super enhance make a big difference within Simple VR on the Samsung display, it makes the picture nice and sharp. Playing H.265 files of any size doesn't put much strain on my laptop, enabling the enhanced modes doesn't put the system under any additional strain. I'm not talking about global supersampling levels within oculus or steam vr and i'm not 100% sure how virtual desktop works (been a while since i sold my Rift). Taken from a review of SimpleVR: Super Sampling Resolutions provides higher quality and cleaner rendered images, and can be fine tuned in real time. Super Enhanced Mode, when enabled, uses an algorithm which enhances the details and contrast of the image, while retaining the quality. This will improve the sharpness and “realness” of images immensely.