Help me out here. I feel like I’m in AutoCAD 12 back in college!
I downloaded the trial for Rhino V7 and got it all installed, but I’m having trouble getting the GPU and Rhino settings to play nice and make the basic lines and curves look nice and smooth. I remember having this issue with V5 back when I updated some drivers but for the life of me I can’t figure out how I fixed it.
Rhino 5 still looks great. No jaggies in the non-90 deg lines or arcs, so my GPU is working right with the older version. I can have both versions open right next to each other and see the difference. It’s dramatic! The 8x anti-aliasing in V7 looks the same as the 2x in V5, the 4x in V5 looks better. Something’s not right here.
I’ve got a Nvidia Quadro PNY K620 GPU. Drivers are updated.
Weird thing is, V7 is capable of anti-aliasing the lines if you go into the “Arctic View” mode, however it is slow A.F. and herky-jerky. No bueno.
Going from 2x to 4x to 8x makes barely noticeable improvements in V7, and the GPU tessellation box does nothing so far as I can tell.
Is there some setting on the GPU side I’m overlooking? There’s profiles for rhino (rhino.exe) and rhino (rhino4.exe), the latter which I assume is V5 but still called 4 as it was upgraded from 4. ¯\(°_o)/¯ Plus ones called: Robert McNeil & Associates (Rhinoceros NURBS Modeler), Robert McNeil & Associates (opengltest.exe), and Robert McNeil & Associates (rhino5x64_d.exe)… maybe that last one is the V5 settings.
Help me out, Obi Wan. You’re my only hope.