- Sep 29, 2011
I don't understand the AO with nvidia inspector, where do I put that? Nvidia inspector appears to just be GPUZ with an overclocking toolJust got my hands on Skyrim last night.
As in Oblivion, Morrowind... a couple tweaks to the .ini file makes things look a lot better...
C:\Users\<username>\Documents\My Games\Skyrim\SkyrimPrefs.ini (make a copy before editing)
Change the following to 1:
There's lots to mess with in that file, but those two have a noticible impact on the visuals.
Also, if you have an nvidia card you can enable AO with nvidia inspector.
Ambient Occlusion Compatibility - default "0x0000000", change to "0x00000003 (Fallout 3)
Ambient Occlusion setting - default "Off", change to "Quality"
Ambient Occlusion usage - default "Disabled", change to "Enabled"