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I've stopped messing with enb and just use an FXAA injector. Looks about the same and I don't have to lose half my performance.


Got a question though, using SKSE 1.6.9 and SkyUI 3.1 seems to have broken MSI Afterburners ability to hook the game and get the OSD on there. I thought that was it but it turns out my Wireless headset can't control its in-game volume either (it turns windows volume up and down behind the game) if I launch with the newest SKSE. Anyone else having issues with it?
I cant say for OSD, but it does send it to my G13 screen. as far as the volume, even with unmodded, non-SKSE skyrim, I can't control skyrim or windows volume from my K90 keyboard media buttons (it is the only program I have seen with this issue) I don't know if that will help you, or if it is even related to your issue at all, but it is all I have on those subjects, sorry.
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I cant say for OSD, but it does send it to my G13 screen. as far as the volume, even with unmodded, non-SKSE skyrim, I can't control skyrim or windows volume from my K90 keyboard media buttons (it is the only program I have seen with this issue) I don't know if that will help you, or if it is even related to your issue at all, but it is all I have on those subjects, sorry.

Yeah, I'm not sure either. All I know is it worked before I updated SKSE and installed SkyUI. Not a big hindrance just slightly annoying. In other news I broke Skyrim for the 4th time this weekend and had to re-download it. I should just make a backup of my folder while I'm thinking about it.
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Yeah, I'm not sure either. All I know is it worked before I updated SKSE and installed SkyUI. Not a big hindrance just slightly annoying. In other news I broke Skyrim for the 4th time this weekend and had to re-download it. I should just make a backup of my folder while I'm thinking about it.
how do you 'break' it lol?do you not use the NMM or other program?
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how do you 'break' it lol?do you not use the NMM or other program?

Its pretty easy to do when you have over 200 mods installed. BOSS can't keep up with it, and it seems like the problem right now is deadly dragons. The came would CTD a few seconds after a dragon appeared. This seems to also be stemming from upgrading SKSE, as it worked fine with 1.6.6.
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Took me a week to find what broke my game lulz...

Hit the cap of plugins to q-q
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bump.. any chance? ive tried many dll´s and enb´s and did not to manage a good sli-scaling when using a d3d.dll.
as soon as i play without enb i got a half of the scaling.. if anyone got an enb that doesnt ruin the sli scaling plss upload it dude

I've stopped messing with enb and just use an FXAA injector. Looks about the same and I don't have to lose half my performance.


Got a question though, using SKSE 1.6.9 and SkyUI 3.1 seems to have broken MSI Afterburners ability to hook the game and get the OSD on there. I thought that was it but it turns out my Wireless headset can't control its in-game volume either (it turns windows volume up and down behind the game) if I launch with the newest SKSE. Anyone else having issues with it?

Same here. Only skse 1.6.3 works with my keyboard windows volume to turn up and down, latest SKSE's don't work for me on that note. I play with a 360 controller (I know don't hate) and my pc set up is a HTPC type in my living room.

 

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how do you 'break' it lol?do you not use the NMM or other program?

Its pretty easy to do when you have over 200 mods installed. BOSS can't keep up with it, and it seems like the problem right now is deadly dragons. The came would CTD a few seconds after a dragon appeared. This seems to also be stemming from upgrading SKSE, as it worked fine with 1.6.6.

I feel ya bro, I am on my fifth character because I broke skyrim with mods... I install my mods manually and no NMM because once I install a mod especially with scripts... I don't want to ruin my game by updating mods. I learned that the hard way with the unofficail skyrim patches. I never CTD really just a slow stuttering game because scripts were trying to load stuff I updated and from previous mods it must of been taking them out. I have 92 plugins and going strong. No stutters and I can turn my view 360 with no hiccups!!! It's smooth. 30hrs in and starting dawnguard for the first time. I will hit up dragonborn hopefully in two weeks LOL. Almost maxing my 1.5VRAM constantly with 1K textures and all official HD Packs installed. TPC mod really does the trick to optimize your game :)


Edited by RuBB3rBunZ - 3/3/13 at 11:57pm
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Anyone know a good looking ENB with minimal fps slaughter lol?

Using sharpshooters atm and my fps goes from solid 60 with off to 45 on qq

 

Depends on what you see as good looking. There are so many ENB's with many different styles that what one may like may be a totally different experience for another.

 

Also you'll find some ENB's are really heavy on performance with high quality Depth of Field and SSAO effects. You should use an ENB with optimized veraions of those effects if you want more performance as the rest rarely matters.

 

With latest binaries you can run shadows at high instead of ultra, with the Detailed Shadows setting active, giving even more performance.

 

Regardless of whose profile you use, it will nearly always need tailoring to your system in some way so it would be best to take a look into general ENB editing so you have an idea of how to tailor some of the basic settings to better suit your setup.


Edited by Lifeshield - 3/4/13 at 2:55am
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So yea.... Whats the difference between 2560 x 1440 and 1920 x 1080?

Took screenshots of 1440p and 1080p look EXACTLY the same....

What kind of monitor were you using?

Speaking for myself, I can tell a pretty big difference between 1080p and 1440p on my 1440p monitor. 1080p on a 1440p native monitor is almost the same as playing 720p on a 1080p monitor. You're stretching out the picture over several pixels which will cause blurriness and/or jaggies without a decent amount of AA applied. With that said, I don't see that HUGE of a difference between a 1080p and 1440p monitor when gaming but it could be going from a 22" to a 27" monitor that makes the difference in picture quality less dramatic. So going from 1080p to 1440p is similar to applying 4x or 8x MSAA to 1080p resolution.

I dunno, that's what I feel. Your 1440p and 1080p shots are going to "feel" the same. But I guarantee you that they are not the exact same unless you were using SSAA on the 1080p setup. 1440p naturally is going to look better because more pixels = smoother diagonals which means less jaggies. The same reason why people downsample 2160p to 1080p.

Edit: I guess I should also point out that downsampling 2160p to 1080p can sometimes look better than 2x SSAA, due to the nature of some Sparse-grid algorithms not applying anti-aliasing to every rendered object and texture in the game due to either engine and/or API limitations.
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Same here. Only skse 1.6.3 works with my keyboard windows volume to turn up and down, latest SKSE's don't work for me on that note. I play with a 360 controller (I know don't hate) and my pc set up is a HTPC type in my living room.

I feel ya bro, I am on my fifth character because I broke skyrim with mods... I install my mods manually and no NMM because once I install a mod especially with scripts... I don't want to ruin my game by updating mods. I learned that the hard way with the unofficail skyrim patches. I never CTD really just a slow stuttering game because scripts were trying to load stuff I updated and from previous mods it must of been taking them out. I have 92 plugins and going strong. No stutters and I can turn my view 360 with no hiccups!!! It's smooth. 30hrs in and starting dawnguard for the first time. I will hit up dragonborn hopefully in two weeks LOL. Almost maxing my 1.5VRAM constantly with 1K textures and all official HD Packs installed. TPC mod really does the trick to optimize your game smile.gif

Yeah, currently battling broken scrips because of deadly dragons. I've re-copied my Data folder probably 10 times this weekend. I think its SKSE causing it to malfunction but I can't be bothered to remove all of it and put the old one back.
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