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  1. sneezes
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    Hello, I no longer play Skyrim but I made a Reshade for Elder Scrolls Online, it SHOULD play nicely with Skyrim regardless of which weather or lightning mod is installed.
    Plushenko ENB Reshade
    I would test it but I have no space available on my SSD, but for anyone willing theres the link to the Reshade
  2. Thelastonex77
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    ?Love the shade. If you are interested, I've ported it over to G shade. 
  3. ADx622413done
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    i extracted the reshade to my skyrim folder and now my game wont even load up did i do somthing wrong ?
    1. InThePaleMoonLyte
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      Same here. I start up SKSE and it crashes almost immediately. 
    2. goh4556
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      Worked fine for me. Did u have any leftover ENB/ReShade files? Might want to delete those. Or did u install Dolomite? it is a requirement for this shader afterall. If not then maybe recheck your data folder to see if u have all of the reshade files correctly installed. If all else fails, verify game cache on steam if u bought the game there. Fixes lots of CTD issues as far as I know.
    3. Bassywassy27
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      Same here, open SKSE, screen goes black for one second as if Skyrim SE actually loads, then back to desktop.

      Pretty sure I removed all previous ENB files too. And do have Dolomite weathers installed. Dolomite weathers works perfectly, but with this on top SKSE won't start.
    4. Bassywassy27
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      Ok what solved it for me was this:

      Go to your Skyrim Special Edition folder. Change name dxgi.dll to d3d11.dll

      All of a sudden it worked for me. I'm freaking amazed at what this mod does by the way, it feels somewhat like a ENB, but it isn't. And it doesn't give you the performance hit that ENB does. 
    5. CancriKen
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      This is really helpful!ThX!
  4. Justicere2006
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    what about v1.6
  5. falloutpowerarmor
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    Works perfectly in my gt 1030 i3 6100 . 30 fps - 40 fps and i'm super ok with that. Thank you my man.11/10
  6. FishBiter
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    I'm pretty sure witchcraft was involved in crafting this reshade preset because I'm not sure how else it could look this good.
  7. Tekurm
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    After installing this RESHADE my FPS dropped from un unstable 60fps (sometime it dropped to 15-20 for a second) to a stable 17-20fps.

    +Stabled my fps
    -I can't really play at 18fps

    I believe anyone who says it only drops a couple of fps plays at a stable, LOCKED 60fps, meaning he actually can afford way more than that and the drop is actually way greater but only experience those couple fps past the 60.

    Anyone who could contraddict this would be really appreciated so I can work a way to fix my game and play with this RESHADE which is really beautiful.
    1. Nevieth
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      No one has ever legitimately claimed that ReShades and ENB presets come at either no cost, or are available for just about anyone.

      No matter how efficient something is, sometimes it just doesn't work no matter how much you want it to. ReShades are magic, they can't make your game prettier for free -- there is always a price.

      You should stick to SweetFX and weather mods if you can't keep a consistent framerate.
    2. Mochan
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      What GPU are you using? I have a 1660 Super and I get pretty much no FPS hit on this one. I am still at 144fps indoors anywhere and 60-120fps outdoors depending on the area. (60 in Riften, Solitude and similar tough areas and pretty much 90 and higher everywhere else).
    3. LeonardoDeschi
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      you got the weirdest pc ever if you get 40 fps drops lmao
  8. 21andneedwork
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    Hey I was wondering which version of reshade this preset should be used with? Should I use the newest version or a version that came out around when the preset was made? I've never used reshade before, but I liked the idea of having a separate program to adjust the look of my game. I had bad luck with an enb on my oldrim game, so I'm trying out reshade instead. [I'm not using reshade on my Oldrim playthrough, I've seen the comments saying they're not compatible. It's for my Skyrim SE playthrough.]
    I very much appreciate any advice :)
  9. Yuriwar
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    is this preset cap at 30 fps?

    i was playing at 60 fps, now its cap at 30
  10. Mochan
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    Thank you so much for this. It looks great! I never liked using ENB because they killed my framerates in certain parts of the game. (I like to play at 100+ fps) 

    This looks pretty close and I don't take any performance hit. The only problem I have is that in dark screens (like the loading screen) there's a bright glow around text. But not a big deal, not really a problem. 
  11. boyfapfap
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    does anyone knows a  performance enb that looks good on it? 
    My game looks great but i still think it needs a little bit of a realistic visual push ..