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Post by trog @ 10:20am 08/12/11 | 3 Comments
NVIDIA have published an optimisation guide to help GeForce graphics card owners get the most out of Skyrim:
What follows are full descriptions for all of the settings available in Skyrim's options menus. Screenshot comparisons are provided where relevant to highlight the impact on image quality of each setting. Performance information is also provided for every setting, although bear in mind that the precise impact on your particular system depends on your specific hardware combination and and your other game and system-wide settings. The aim here is to give you enough information so that you can make an informed choice as to the settings you enable or disable to obtain a balance of visual quality and performance acceptable to you.
The guide covers all the juicy PC-specific things you can mess with and their effects, including information about changes to resolution, anisotropic filtering, texture quality, shadow detail and quality, and more, as well as information on how to measure the performance changes using FRAPS.

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Posted 10:27am 08/12/11
Just some more info, the guide was created by Koroush who runs the excellent site www.tweakguides.com. I would recommend you check it out for other game tweak guides and system guides.

Also, a new patch is out for Skyrim today, more info here: http://store.steampowered.com/news/6943
Posted 10:36am 08/12/11
Trog, link just loops back to news item. I would also suggest using the STEP program as well, makes a hell of a difference. Can get that here http://www.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=11
Posted 11:39am 08/12/11
oops thanks, forgot the link!@#
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