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Well... For me, it gaves a lost of 2~5 fps, and a CTD in 10 min of gameplay(which normally doesn't happen). I use only a few HD textures, which are 1024 with the exception of amidianborn's armors, weapons, etc. But if it's only for me, then probably is my system or something like that.

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In response to post #8509895. #8510022 is also a reply to the same post.

I'm an AMD owner, I know the issue you're talking about. Try first setting ReduceSystemMemoryUsage=false and you should be ok.

Btw, hi Boris, I'm a major lurker on enbdev. I never really say anything because everyone else seems more than capable than I to help test and such, but I'm always hanging about there. I just felt like saying hello!

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eeeeeh.. in what order should i drop my enb mods into the skyrim folder? i dropped "enbseries_skyrim_v0193" first, then "RealLike ENB-22056-2-5" and last ENBoost-38649-2-0, when i loaded my saved game there was a red text at the top of my screen,

"PATCH SPEEDHACK turned on in config, graphic modification disabled"

... any help available? what did i do wrong?

Edited by oregano, 23 July 2013 - 09:09 PM.


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I must say this works beautifully. Maxing out around ~800 mb memory in Whiterun where previously I was ~3 gb.

Edited by Sarkhee, 23 July 2013 - 09:24 PM.


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In response to post #8506568. #8506720, #8506804, #8506990, #8507072 are all replies on the same post.

@FiftyTifty Skyrim Project Optimization here on the Nexus adds occlusion planes/boxes to most interiors in Skyrim+DLCs where the area can benefit from it. It boosts my performance by 2-3 times (turned off Vsync to test and went from 50-60 fps to 120-180 fps... then reenabled vsync). Check it out.

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your mod is amazing!!!! I have 190 mods... and made my game go up by 12 fpr!!!

endorsed :)

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In response to post #8510815.

fps sorry!!

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can you explain further what exactly this does to improve performace?

i mean will it cause a decrease in graphic quality for performance? will force skyrim to use more vram and ram that its designed to be?

what? what does this does?

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In response to post #8510815. #8510829 is also a reply to the same post.

Really? If this is true i need it :P but im not sure yet. I run at 40-50 fps so that 12 more would be epic.

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Today i was bored at work and since i read this file only work with 0193 and i dint want to change my ENB 0132 i did this:

3 DLL files:
-d3d9.dll -----from 0132 enb
-d3d9193.dll ------- from 0193 enb
-d3d9swe.dll --------- sweetFX one

enbseries.ini:
[PROXY]
EnableProxyLibrary=true
InitProxyFunctions=true
ProxyLibrary=d3d9193.dll
[GLOBAL]
AdditionalConfigFile=
UseEffect=true
.
.


enblocal.ini:
[PROXY]
EnableProxyLibrary=true
InitProxyFunctions=true
ProxyLibrary=d3d9swe.dll

[GLOBAL]
AdditionalConfigFile=
.
.

I get the messages of each ENB at start. Game looks same tan 0132 ENB. Frames are like the same. I tested in whiterun where i was having some shuttering and now seems its gone. so probably the memory fix also work?. Sweetfx dll works too.

But little problema, DOF is fked up, all screen blurry so i had to turn it off. But perhaps is easy to fix for someone since im not a coder.

Im using this ENB and mods:

Performance and Realistic ENB

Custom Skyrim






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