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ENBoost and graphics.

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Hi all!

 

I've installed STEP in early november last year and used it with great appreciation. I have only just recently installed ENBoost. When I open Skyrim(Through MO) ENBoost pops up in the left top corner showing something I don't know what is and showing my currrently used GPU. After this, something appears in red text saying something about ENBoost and that graphic modification is disabled. What does this mean? Does it such off some of my mods(I have basically all the graphical improvement mods of STEP(except Distant Terrain) and most set higher than STEP recommends. Still with this "warning" or whatever it is, I haven't noticed a noticeable(duh) change in my Skyrim. 

 

~Sincerely

 

Zeniet

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Enb is a combination of graphic enhancement and enboost memory management. The red text means you are only using enboost. We leave using the enb graphics up to the user since it reduces performance quite a bit and you have to find a profile that you like.

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When I run the game, no matter what I put in enblocal.ini, enbseries.ini is automatically created, and several things are enabled there. I'm afraid I am using ENB even if I don't want to. What do I do?

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It's no issue. enblocal has higher priority than enbseries. The latter gets automatically created, if no enbseries.ini file is present.

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