Fast DirectX 9 lib for laptop, ReShade - enchant graphics in RO like in AA

Started by anacondaqq, Mar 22, 2024, 10:44 AM

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Images that explain more than description:

Detailed information is available here:

And here: Link to ReShade (Improve Graphics for Ragnarok Online without HD Sprites and other trash that crash game client):

Why it is necessary.

You might already be familiar with the topic: [Guide: Force to Use Nvidia Graphics Card Instead of Intel on Your Any Laptop](

Where DegooVoodoo is used to run RO on discrete graphics cards. But DegooVoodoo has a lot of flaws and problems. Mainly in performance and operation. This bug hasn't been fixed for years, and I'm tired of waiting for a fix.

I've developed my own library that correctly and efficiently translates the old DirectX API to the new one, allowing you to utilize DirectX 9.

1. Download. (by links above)
2. Copy to the game folder.
3. Configure the game client to run on discrete graphics.

Who needs this?
- For all laptop owners. By default, you're using a weak card, but with this DLL, your powerful card will be utilized, significantly increasing FPS.
- For owners of screens higher than 1080p. There are fixes in the DLL that allow you to properly stretch the screen to your resolution without serious problems. (please contact me via discord (anacondaq), because right now i do not have 4k display, but i did a week ago tests on 2k resolution, and it was working amazing)
- For experimenters who want to try various improvements, etc.

What is ReShade used for?
Detailed information is described on the website via the link above.
In short, you can substantially upgrade the graphics in RO using various filters that work in conjunction with DirectX (anacondaq.dll).

What are the limitations?
- It probably won't work with Gepard.
- There might be crashes.
- Install at your own risk; I am not responsible.
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Looks nice and looking forward to trying this when I get my new 3k laptop. Has anyone else used it yet?