Someasianguy Aug 2 @ 12:14pm
So I installed some enhanced graphics mods, and when I disable and enable them..I see nothing different.
I started Skyrim up, with mods off. Took a good look around, and then restarted Skyrim.This time I turned them on.. nothing changed.
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Stardustfire Aug 2 @ 1:23pm 
Same for me after i installed the legend pack, and later the high res pack. but a friend told me at his PC he seen a big difference in his gaame, he owned the normal version before and got the legend pack and high res pack later .
pike Aug 2 @ 1:57pm 
alot depends on your settings and resolution , if either are set low, med , i doubt you'll see a difference, with the hires enabled , and you dont say what textures you added, or how you added them , if you activated them what they're for

who knows , you post sounds more like a statement than a question
EbonHawk Aug 2 @ 3:32pm 
I got up and ate breakfast this morning, drank my coffee, and took a shower before work. Nothing changed. What did I do wrong?
Kelvy Aug 2 @ 3:53pm 
Butter your toast or milk in your cornflakes.
Someasianguy Aug 2 @ 9:16pm 
Originally posted by pike:
alot depends on your settings and resolution , if either are set low, med , i doubt you'll see a difference, with the hires enabled , and you dont say what textures you added, or how you added them , if you activated them what they're for

who knows , you post sounds more like a statement than a question

my settings are set to highest. Everything is maxed out. I play on 1920x1080.
Someasianguy Aug 2 @ 9:17pm 
And it is a question, just stating my experience. I do want to see the HD Skyrim so many people talk about. Game looks alright in ultra, but if it can look better why not
Roscaria Aug 2 @ 11:19pm 
Gopher has a video on YouTube showing the difference between the vanilla graphics and three other enhanced graphics mods.
Wenyandawik Aug 2 @ 11:31pm 
The HD texture pack that's the free DLC doesn't change a whole lot, textures here and there.

As for third-party mods, I wouldn't know. But the high res texture pack you can download from the store isn't a night and day difference.
Gila Aug 2 @ 11:31pm 
Check your load order.

The game loads mods in the order of the list. For your mods to work, they need to be below the original game files.

There is usually documentation of exactly what order to load them in on the description page of the mod.
TiltedDomino Aug 3 @ 12:25am 
I don't notice a large difference in graphical mods, but I do know they are there. I would use an ENB or something similar, but they don't work well with my laptop. (I know laptops are terrible for gaming, but it runs things pretty well.)
EbonHawk Aug 3 @ 7:53am 
Let's start over...

Which graphics mods? As mentioned above, the "Official" HD DLC textures are pretty pathetic. I'd recommend one of the user-made mods, like Skyrim HD 2k, I think it's called. Try those and see if you notice a difference.

The mod "Immersive Saturation Boost" makes the textures look sharper and more vibrant as well. I highly recommend it. Try those and let us know the results.
Someasianguy Aug 3 @ 7:31pm 
Originally posted by EbonHawk:
Let's start over...

Which graphics mods? As mentioned above, the "Official" HD DLC textures are pretty pathetic. I'd recommend one of the user-made mods, like Skyrim HD 2k, I think it's called. Try those and see if you notice a difference.

The mod "Immersive Saturation Boost" makes the textures look sharper and more vibrant as well. I highly recommend it. Try those and let us know the results.

I donwloaded the enchanced terrain and city packs, they looked pretty good in the previews
Gila Aug 3 @ 7:37pm 
You want a really good looking game, just follow the instructions on installing this ENB and install all of the optional mods on this list.

Realvision ENB:
www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/30936/?

It's what I'm running, with the exception of a different ENB; and the game looks pretty awesome!
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