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#1 yaugusto

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Posted 21 February 2017 - 05:19 PM

Hi guys, sorry for creating another topic about random ctds. But i'm freaking out.

 

Modlist

 

Load order

 

enblocal

 

skyrim.ini

 

SkyrimPrefs.ini

 

skse.ini

 

 

My PC is:

CPU: AMD dual core 2,8 Ghz

RAM: 4 GB

GPU: Geforce 8800 GTS - 512 MB

 

It's running with 20~25 fps (i know it sucks) but even removing the texture mods, the fps still the same. But this is not the biggest problem. My game is CTD randomly. Any ideas, tips, suggestions? 

 

Thanks and sorry for my crappy english.


Edited by yaugusto, 21 February 2017 - 05:27 PM.

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#2 Nozzer66

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Posted 21 February 2017 - 05:41 PM

That GPU is a big part of it. With only 512MB of video memory, you'll be running out of memory pretty quick with all those texture mods. Drop just about every texture mod down to 1K for a start.

 

Also use the memory tweaks in Crash Fixes and remove the SKSE memory fix.

 

But still I think you're just trying to run too much for your system. 


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#3 yaugusto

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Posted 21 February 2017 - 05:48 PM

All texture mods was reduced to 512, I just didn't drop the SMIM, but I'm using the lite version. Even the immersive armor and weapons, and all AMB has been reduced. Do you still think they are a problem? Should I remove them all?
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#4 kabepo

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Posted 21 February 2017 - 10:04 PM

A GPU with 2GB VRAM is the minimum for STEP.

 

Upgrade your GPU, load STEP Core, test STEP Core, then add additional mods to a stable core.

You have many non-STEP mods installed and seem to be doing everything in reverse!


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#5 yaugusto

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Posted 22 February 2017 - 06:36 AM

That GPU is a big part of it. With only 512MB of video memory, you'll be running out of memory pretty quick with all those texture mods. Drop just about every texture mod down to 1K for a start.

 

Also use the memory tweaks in Crash Fixes and remove the SKSE memory fix.

 

But still I think you're just trying to run too much for your system. 

So, if i remove all texture mods (even with reduced textures - 512) it should work "fine"?

 

Upgrade your GPU, load STEP Core, test STEP Core, then add additional mods to a stable core.

You have many non-STEP mods installed and seem to be doing everything in reverse!

Unfortunately i can't upgrade it right now. If i could i'd upgrade all PC. 

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I can live fine without texture mods, but i'd like to keep Enhanced Lights and FX and the skill mods (CCOR, CACO, PerMa). You think it will run? Otherwise i don't even wanna play it.
 


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#6 rolandito

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Posted 22 February 2017 - 09:01 AM

A GPU with 2GB VRAM is the minimum for STEP.

 

This.

 

You video card just doesn't have the muscle to run STEP.

 

Skyrim is old, but your card was already ancient when the game was first released.

 

Mine is a 4-year-old nVidia GTX660, with more than twice the memory bandwidth and thrice the texel fill rate as yours...and it barely runs 55-60fps consistently.


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