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@Stelassin Shadow Quality: Very High eats FPS for breakfast!
@Microteam Yes it will from personal experience.
@Razed Just tried the new beta without the enb/reshade and people are in for a big surprise, looking good! Lemme go try out the enb/reshade...
@Skittleseb Yes, how much depends on the preset you use.
@Mahmud08 All I can say is be patient, let Razed do his thing in his own time, as I can guarantee you that it will be well worth the wait.
@Stelassin I tried it maxed out as you claimed which means MSAA x8. But generally I use SMAA as I don't like the the FXAA blur. I turned MSAA off as per your settings, used FXAA and my fps fluctuates between 30-90. It's not fun to play it like this due to the huge fps variance.
On a GTX 1060 I will recommend enabling the Ultra Reshade preset, in game graphics settings maxed out except for,
FXAA = Off (Use the reshade smaa instead)
MSAA = Off
Reflection MSAA = Off
Grass Quality = Very High
In Advanced Graphics everything = Off/disabled.
With these settings you will get 50-62fps and it looks gorgeous.
Hopefully this helps some other people with gtx 1060s.
@Stelassin "I get 30+ fps with everything at Ultra and High res shadows off at 1080p." I think you might be omitting some of your settings. I just maxed out everything with high res shadows off and my frame rate is not much better than yours. (Reshade off, gtx 1060 6GB using about 5GB of vram)
@RalFingerLP Just mute your browser tab.
@VancityD I prefer SMAA myself and I don't think it would be too hard to install reshade and just enabling SMAA yourself if needed. You could probably install the reshaded version and in the reshade menu disable everything but smaa I suspect.
@LeTuga Remastered is an .oiv file from what I can tell, Razed will elaborate I'm sure.