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  1. l0l28
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    Before reading any comments. I advise you to try it yourself because the result will be different depending on many factors.
  2. Ellie07
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    This gave me a significant fps boost when playing the game with wine on Linux, and removed most, if not all stuttering (there are still some spots with fps drops, like on the road to Whiterun by Honningbrew). I experimented with dxvk before, tried several versions, with moderate success. But this really helps a lot, runs even better after I removed enb's speedhack. Plus, since my CPU is somewhat dated compared to the graphics card, CPU load and temps are down quite a bit, too. So thanks a  lot for this!!!
  3. LatinGames
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    Hi l0l28,  After some test I found that using this Plugin sometimes NOT Load the Keyboard in Game,  making impossible use the Console,  disabling it all returns to Normal,  this plugin is compatible with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti ?

    Any Idea?

    And Do you know some Good Solution to fix Black Screen on Loading Skyrim for overloaded Gameplays?   It happens only in some areas but it is very annoying 
  4. manyaranman
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    On my old laptop (i3 with nvidia 930) not much performance gain (maybe because some skse mod that I use) but loading is faster. But it works nicely with my other computer with amd graphic card. However racemenu sculpting still not working on both system.
  5. blant221
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    I don't know why, but when using DXVK i have allocate memory crashes from Heap Replacer or Crash Fixes with couple of minutes gameplay.
    DXVK give me boost about 10fps indoor/outdoor and remove micro stuttering when i fight or explore the world.

    What i tried:
    Disable heap replacer and enable UseOSAllocators & AlignHeapAllocate in Crash Fixes.
    Disable Memory Optimizer and remove Memory Optimizer.exe file in Skyrim directory.
    Enable in dxvk.conf d3d9.evictManagedOnUnlock
    Add VRAM memory in dxvk.conf from my GTX 1080Ti in values - dxgi.maxDeviceMemory & dxgi.maxSharedMemory

    Please help with that strange problem. From what i see only one other person have similar problem, that's really strange. 
    Thank you for reading! Maybe someone give me hints what to do :)

    LOG:
    TESV_d3d9.log
  6. Manuu14
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    Where have you been hiding this whole time, sweet person? Works great on a rx560. Despite not giving 3000+ extra fps, it looks really smooth on ultra with enb, thank you.
  7. npdogg
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    Strict downgrade with 3080Ti and running ENB and Crash Fixes, etc. Went from 60 FPS capped looking at the Gildergreen from Dragonsreach steps to 45 FPS with this enabled, plus longer loading times.

    The fact it got worse in a drawcall-limited area doesn't make a lot of sense, but that is what I experienced. I might try to mess some more with settings, but out of the box it isn't doing anything useful.
  8. LegendaryHiccupz
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    Are you sure it's supposed to be enbseries.ini and not enblocal.ini?
    1. l0l28
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      Enblocal, will fix mistypo.
  9. JobVanDam
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    Here is a list of compliant video cards with Vulkan, I think, it's what some guy on Reddit said:
    https://www.khronos.org/conformance/adopters/conformant-products/vulkan
    1. JobVanDam
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      Works fo me.
      No more stuttering in heavy areas. I do get rare screen tearing and mesh flickering though. The smoothness is worth it though.
  10. bebop89
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    Wow pretty impressive  , smooth my game by a big margin! thanks
  11. metalburner
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    Running on a RTX 2060 super, with DXVK i have greatly reduced general stutter and frames is at least 10% better. problem now is that it gives me out of memory crashes super quickly whereas before it was fine. still trying to fine tune this.
    1. Lavos17
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      I think enabling the evict memory option in the .conf file can solve this
    2. blant221
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      I have same problem with 1080Ti GTX. Without DXVK everything is fine. Evict Memory from default is enabled in .conf file. Maybe another solution for that problem?
    3. l0l28
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      Try to disable it, don't think that will help though. And also try that https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/98539/
    4. blant221
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      That patch doesn't help. I have Crash Fixes + mods from DevourerPi for optimization.