The first add-on for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, entitled Dawnguard is now available on PC via Steam. Thus we offer you some videos from the start of this new adventure until you have to choose your new faction. All the videos were captured with several installed mods, details and links after the click.
With these graphic mods I also use an ENB profile that I edited, based on a version from HD6. Here is a link to my ENB profile, you just have to extract it in the game's folder, the archive contains several performance and render options.
By default it needs a high graphic power (SSAO, SSIL and SkyLighting enabled), other variants needs les power.
Note that the colors are set to match my screen colorspace, so it can be a little bluish or yellowish on some screens.
Also, ENB is not compatible with tools showing information on screen like MSI Afterburner, it can causes the game not to start or crash upon start.
@GriftGFX: amazing article and kudos for the guys who tought of that method to measure it (1 Hour ago)
@jmd749: It does not play GC games (just Wii, I believe) or have GC ports, but they just released a GC controller adapter w/ Smash. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: here ya go.. physically quantified: [url] (2 Hours ago)
144hz... so for example my BF4 max frames is @ 140 fps to avoid that issue. It's also a fairly marginal bit of lag.. typical of post process function. (2 Hours ago)
@droezelke: There's a great article on blurbusters on g-sync and lag. G-sync introduces (a very small bit) of lag when you go *over* the max refresh rate. It's avoidable by locking a few frames under (2 Hours ago)
But then i dont think characters has ever been the strong suite of bioware. Usually only the monsters and aliens look good, haha :P (5 Hours ago)
@digi_matrix: yeah, no amount of subsurface scattering will make that look good :P (5 Hours ago)