Top 10 Best Skyrim Mods
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Still a work in progress, this mod replaces Skyrim’s lower resolution textures with completely new textures that are four to eight times the resolution of the originals. If you were complaining about low-res textures, this mod is for you.
By default, Skyrim will only use a maximum of 2GB of RAM. This simple mod lets Skyrim use a full 4GB of RAM, allowing you to squeeze out a few more frames per second or turn up the detail level another notch.
Having trouble finding ore? This mod makes ore veins much more visible, especially in dark environments, by giving them a subtle glow.
Skyrim’s original eye textures are a mere 128×128 pixels — this mod replaces them with textures that are ten times larger. Best of all, this mod apparently has a negligible performance impact.
Time to get high-tech with your lockpicking. This mod adds a bar at the top of the screen while picking a lock which shows you the lock’s “sweet spot,” as well as the health of the current lockpick.