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Perhaps. Bottlenecks are usually GPUs.
What is this FXAA injector? Isn't FXAA natively supported in Skyrim?
I'm getting confused. What is TV ENB vs ENB?

TV ENB: http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=11930

You might want to look at this. You can compare ENBs. http://www.reddit.com/r/skyrim/comments/rufwd/infopost_processing_comparisons_after_a_long/
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Do you guys think a 2gb 680 would be able to handle most of the top texture packs + ENB @1080p? Getting impatient waiting on the 4gb card. I also have a good potential deal on a 580 Lightning XE, so that would give me a 3gb buffer for this stuff, but I'd really rather have a 680.
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Do you guys think a 2gb 680 would be able to handle most of the top texture packs + ENB @1080p? Getting impatient waiting on the 4gb card. I also have a good potential deal on a 580 Lightning XE, so that would give me a 3gb buffer for this stuff, but I'd really rather have a 680.

Modinn would be the guy to ask about that. He's got a 680. I'd like one too. Actually, I wish the 570 had 2GB vram so I could pick up another for about 200 bucks. The 7970 looks appealing price wise but I don't think it handles ssao well at all. Maybe it does now?
Edited by Slightly skewed - 4/27/12 at 10:26pm
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Modinn would be the guy to ask about that. He's got a 680. I'd like one too. Actually, I wish the 570 had 2GB vram so I could pick up another for about 200 bucks. The 7970 looks appealing price wise but I don't think it handles ssao well at all. Maybe it does now?

I'd like to avoid AMD as much as possible. Driver nightmares from the past, and not hearing good things about the new drivers for the 7970.
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I'd like to avoid AMD as much as possible. Driver nightmares from the past, and not hearing good things about the new drivers for the 7970.

Crossfire in Skyrim didn't work for the longest time either. That's what made me decide to jump over to Nvidia and I'm getting a GTX 680 (or possibly 690 if they release it in May).
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I'd like to avoid AMD as much as possible. Driver nightmares from the past, and not hearing good things about the new drivers for the 7970.

Stop living in the past. Drivers used to be a nightmare but that's no longer the case. They're no more messy than NVIDIA is now.
AMD cards are fine.
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TV ENB: http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=11930
You might want to look at this. You can compare ENBs. http://www.reddit.com/r/skyrim/comments/rufwd/infopost_processing_comparisons_after_a_long/

You must've missed the post where I said I was having issues with ENB, possible crossfire incompatibility.
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Stop living in the past. Drivers used to be a nightmare but that's no longer the case. They're no more messy than NVIDIA is now.
AMD cards are fine.

I'm still reading a lot of complaints on these very boards about the 7000 series and driver issues. Plus, I had multiple cards in the past, the last of which was a 5870, which all gave me issues. I have no interest in going back to that. Nvidia just seems much more user friendly. Not to mention I couldn't stand CCC compared to Nvidia control panel.
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I'm still reading a lot of complaints on these very boards about the 7000 series and driver issues. Plus, I had multiple cards in the past, the last of which was a 5870, which all gave me issues. I have no interest in going back to that. Nvidia just seems much more user friendly. Not to mention I couldn't stand CCC compared to Nvidia control panel.

Yup, AMD drivers still have many, many issues--even with their new driver, 12.4. I just switched from crossfire 7970s to SLI 680s due to very reason... mad.gif These AMD driver issues are certainly not in the past, but very much in the present. One only needs to take gander over in the 7970/7950 owners group to quickly realize that.
Edited by svthomas - 4/28/12 at 7:20pm
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Yup, AMD drivers still have many, many issues--even with their new driver, 12.4. I just switched from crossfire 7970s to SLI 680s due to very reason... mad.gif These AMD driver issues are certainly not in the past, but very much in the present. One only needs to take gander over in the 7970/7950 owners group to quickly realize that.

I have to be honest and agree, considering SLI 680's.
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Do you guys think a 2gb 680 would be able to handle most of the top texture packs + ENB @1080p? Getting impatient waiting on the 4gb card. I also have a good potential deal on a 580 Lightning XE, so that would give me a 3gb buffer for this stuff, but I'd really rather have a 680.

I think 2gb would be plenty, I run alot of HD texture packs on my 460sli, but I have to run the lesser HD (usually 1k for terrain, buildings etc and 2k-4k for armor, clothing etc) and my only issue is vram. It (for the most part) sits at aroud 55-60fps on max settings. If I add an enb it still runs ok, but some places it hits a wall and kills frame rates. I would love to run higher res textures, but simply don't have enough vram to cope (I run out occasionally and get stutters). I think even a 3gb 580 would be great if you could pick it up for a good price, it should have the performance to back it up and with the 3gb you wont need to worry about running out of vram.

Thought I should add some photos too while I'm here..

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