by jlf65 » Sat Dec 07, 2019 4:03 pm
Ordenador works great. The only issue I ever saw (and I used it for everything from FO3 to Skyrim) was that it made books/notes harder to read. After scaling the textures, it's best to install a book/note texture replacer, or to not override the original book/note textures. The point of scaling the textures isn't to make things faster, since it doesn't, it's to use less video ram on cards with less vram, or especially with systems with shared memory, like Intel or AMD integrated video. It's vital to reduce the textures in size or you run out of vram too fast, limiting how long you can play before textures start disappearing. Once I got my 1050Ti, I quit that... in fact, now I use NMC. But if you don't have at least 1GB of vram, you really need to scale the textures down, especially Skyrim.
While you can use ENB to extend the vram using system ram, now you're making the system swap textures in and out of vram, and resizing the textures is again better since now you don't have to swap as often, and the textures being swapped are smaller, making them faster to transfer.