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DXVK - Vulkan Wrapper

Created by Narcoshade
Added Dec. 8, 2020
Updated 8 Dec 23:53 CET
Shader used: Other
Preset description:
Running your DirectX 9/10/11 games in Vulkan(With Better Performance, Up to 40-65fps) For those who are not aware DXVK is a Vulkan-based translation layer for DirectX 9/10/11. This tool is mainly used by Linux gamers to translate DirectX over to Vulkan. Here comes the cool part which will be relevant to you people; it also works pretty well on Windows. So if you have an old game which runs like crap, has bugs or doesn't run at all due to something graphics related you can try using DXVK. You can get the latest release of DXVK here; https://github.com/doitsujin/dxvk/releases How to use it? Simple, copy all .dll files of either the 32 or 64 bit version and put it next to the game executable in the game installation directory. 1) Open The .tar.gz File with 7zip 2) Extract the .tar.gz wherever you want and open the -tar file it contains with 7zip. Now you have two folders, x32 for 32 bit games, and x64 for 64 bit games. 3) Play your games in Vulkan.
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Running your DirectX 9/10/11 games in Vulkan(With Better Performance, Up to 40-65fps) For those who are not aware DXVK is a Vulkan-based translation layer for DirectX 9/10/11. This tool is mainly used by Linux gamers to translate DirectX over to Vulkan. Here comes the cool part which will be relevant to you people; it also works pretty well on Windows. So if you have an old game which runs like crap, has bugs or doesn't run at all due to something graphics related you can try using DXVK. You can get the latest release of DXVK here; https://github.com/doitsujin/dxvk/releases How to use it? Simple, copy all .dll files of either the 32 or 64 bit version and put it next to the game executable in the game installation directory. 1) Open The .tar.gz File with 7zip 2) Extract the .tar.gz wherever you want and open the -tar file it contains with 7zip. Now you have two folders, x32 for 32 bit games, and x64 for 64 bit games. 3) Play your games in Vulkan.

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Narcoshade
24 Dec 14:22 CET

@Byronic
There are no shaders like Reshade. It converts Directx into vulkan. :)

Byronic
10 Dec 01:11 CET

Very nice Option, thanks! How about making a Preset? Is it similar to Reshade GUI and than tweaking the shaders? Or am I on the wrong path?

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