The mods included in this package were NOT created by KingPix. The credits list that you can find here includes every single modder who made this possible! I also want to thank the Morrowind modding community for the huge work they did in those past 8 (almost 9!) years. I have personally contacted mod authors and received approval to use their mods in this package. I was unable to contact some mod authors, and have done my best to abide by their wishes as specified in their mod's readmes.

Please tell me as soon as possible if there are issues like "oh no, you didn't credited [modder_name's_here]!" or "no, you can't include my mod in this package." If you do not want your content in this package, let me know, and I will remove it right away.

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Morrowind Overhaul - Sounds & Graphics

Morrowind Overhaul - Sounds & Graphics

3 years ago Full Version 45 comments

"Morrowind Sounds and Graphics Overhaul" contains mods that will alter and enhance the visual graphics and the sounds of the game. The aim of this project...

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Guest Aug 21 2013 says:

Does this work with steam

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Niki49 Dec 5 2013 replied:

Yes it does, you just have to disable the Steam game overlay. You can find further instructions in the readme file.

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iDark Aug 5 2013 says:

Hi, I've been trying to install this mod, but when the installer comes to the Morrowind Launcher part, it just opens the launcher, automatically clicks on options and then stops doing anything at all. The only way to exit it, is to ctrl-alt-delete and then close the morrowind launcher manually (which causes the MGSO installer to close).

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Kad_Venku Sep 29 2013 replied:

Try out the FAQ on the modder's site... ;)
But for this special problem:
You need the original english GOTY version of Morrowind to run the installer properly... There is no other way.
Or try out google, for some languages there are patches available

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Jacker1969 May 3 2013 says:

Hi people, I've been having some problems with the graphics overhaul. When I first installed it, I put all the settings to max and when I entered the game, the frame rate outside was anywhere from 10-28 fps. Obviously, that's not very good. I turned some of the powerful settings (such as draw distance) down and when I got back into the game, I received the same results. As an experiment, I turned my settings from very fast PC down to slow PC. Same fps as before. Anyone have an idea as to why this is happening with me? I'll include my graphics card and processor if that helps: GeForce GTX 650, AMD Phenom II X4 810. Thank you for any help.

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argonzeit Sep 16 2013 replied:

I have about the same stuff as you. I think its weird, I can run battlefield in almost ultra. But Morrowind hits about 22 frames a second for me, been tweeking the settings. I set my draw distance to 10 cells, then set the texture size to 1024x1024. But, I have noticed on some games, they just somehow take a tole on the system. Maybe it's poorly optimized?

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LiquidatorBrunt Jun 25 2013 replied:

From what I know the fps outside is maxed at 30. Unfortunately I do not know how to change that. inside the max fps is 60.

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DeisEreis Jun 12 2013 replied:

You are most likely hitting the VRAM limit of your graphics card. Download a program called GPU-Z and set it to always on top mode. Then while the game is loaded, look at the sensors tab and see what is going on.

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