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#1 Jamesthewicked88

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Posted 09 December 2017 - 01:36 PM

As title says I have been studying up on Gamerpoets videos, Gopher and following most of the step guide switching out some texture packs only. All the necessary tools Mod Organizer, Loot, SKSE, Tes5edit, Wryebash, and Enboost. I am rather tech savy and understand most of it other than fine optimization for windows 10 creators fall update DX9 enb fix not using a lot of RAM. Setting the ini, draw, and shadows just right when I get to adding mods lots of towns and some open world space rendering will stutter lag slighty and drops frames into the high 30's and low 40's is this normal for my system?

 

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AMD r7 1700 3.4GHz OC

16GB RAM G.Skill 3200Mhz OC

480SSD Kingston OS and Games on under seperate folder games along with auc full access for skyrim

GTX 1080 Duke 8GB Vram

 

Here are all the details in the attachments the files, actual conflict priority as well with textures, overhauls and so on.  I dont even use enb yet or COT with ELFX those are coming in soon I thought I do textures land to people, overhauls game play to crafting animation dlc content, script heavy ads like npcs and other features, then enb at the end.  Please any help advice on better settings to get a 60fps will be great.

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#2 TechAngel85

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Posted 10 December 2017 - 09:32 AM

Have you tested to see how much RAM the game is using? You can use System Performance Monitor for this. Everything you need to know to set it up is on the mod page.



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Posted 10 December 2017 - 12:39 PM

Yeah I have them sorry late post last night, my monitor shows a flux at times from 2.8 whiterun some other areas down to 1.7 system ram and i feel like that is rather high. Yet Enboost is displayed onscreen along with monitor when I run skyrim.  The locations are mainly the stairs of whiterun skyforge, stairs of markarth keep, riftens stairs, and sometimes when scripts are loaded or new areas depth of field stuff.  When I add any city overhauls it gets rather bad like 45-55 fps or lower in those areas. No malware or spyware running or other programs in background, overclocked cpu and system ram. cpu usage is never over 12% in game loading. Updated drivers, though nvidia has some extras i may do away with. Gpu is cool 36c cool and only about 30% max is used. New ryzen cpu driver for graphics. I may do a fresh reinstall of everything soon. I would like to avoid that. Thanks any help is greatly appreciated.


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Posted 10 December 2017 - 04:01 PM

Yeah I have them sorry late post last night, my monitor shows a flux at times from 2.8 whiterun some other areas down to 1.7 system ram and i feel like that is rather high. Yet Enboost is displayed onscreen along with monitor when I run skyrim.  The locations are mainly the stairs of whiterun skyforge, stairs of markarth keep, riftens stairs, and sometimes when scripts are loaded or new areas depth of field stuff.  When I add any city overhauls it gets rather bad like 45-55 fps or lower in those areas. No malware or spyware running or other programs in background, overclocked cpu and system ram. cpu usage is never over 12% in game loading. Updated drivers, though nvidia has some extras i may do away with. Gpu is cool 36c cool and only about 30% max is used. New ryzen cpu driver for graphics. I may do a fresh reinstall of everything soon. I would like to avoid that. Thanks any help is greatly appreciated.

The reason I asked is because if you're not reaching the system RAM limit which causes crashes (3.1GBs), then you can leave ENBoost out. It's been known to cause some stutter issues on some systems. My guess is this is likely due to extra latency from adding in another process (enbhost.exe) and the moving of extra data from the process(es) to the game. In reality, this is taking less than a second (or should), it on some systems it's noticeable as a stutter; especially when crossing cell borders.

 

I have not personally experienced this on my custom system, but it has been reported by others. I have also found I can run without ENBoost without issue. If you're using a lot of high resolution textures, you might not be able to do this, however, the STEP Baseline seems to not need ENBoost on some systems. It'll be hit or miss on your own system, but it's worth a try. Just uninstall ENBoost and monitor your RAM for a while. If you get a crash, check the chart/log to see where your RAM was at that time. If it never hits over 3GBs, you'll likely not need ENBoost.



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Posted 10 December 2017 - 06:33 PM

Enboost win10 update I can use all of my Vram i.e. 3.1sysram>8gbVram? because, I want to mod..(I'll hit that limit soon enough Jorrvaskr 2.8 already) for now I will endure a ever so slight, one off, stutter to break immersion. Will a different preset or enb i.e. realvision have better results? I notice it takes a impact with more scripts, open townmods, npcs and monster mods just for a moment, would dyndolod help open world load or make this issue worse? Caves and all interiors are pretty much flawless. I know some town spots are dead zones and town overhauls kill fps. I have it pretty smooth currently however I feel like I broke the game somehow... cloaks are not appearing on guards. Every time I push it further modding the game breaks... Or I just F"d something up... rule of thumb when to reinstall, merge, or keep separate mods in M.O. I think I got the just of it... I will test, break, clean, test, rebuild, test, break...

 

On system builds I see Intel's turn around on the CPU I'm not jumping soon yet in 3 years I might. Personal take for modding and games new and old?(ICP)

I will drool over 4k cards(Nvidia are lovely)

 

Thank you for the insight as I keep looking I have seen a few rare reports like mine...... sad.


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Posted 10 December 2017 - 08:08 PM

I installed the Fall Creator Win 10 update a couple days ago.  Now it takes about 2 minutes for a save to load.  Before the update, load time was less than a minute.  I've made sure I have the latest skse, checked all my ini's, updated my nvidia driver, verified the game cache a couple times, removed a couple mods I had installed in the week prior to the update, and run loot a couple times.  Still have the longer load times.  Has anyone else had this problem after updating Windows?  Does anyone know a fix?


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Posted 10 December 2017 - 08:50 PM

Two days ago i installed the Fall Creator update.  Prior to doing that, it would take about 30-45 seconds to load a save game.  Now it takes about two minutes.  The loading screen comes up with smoke wafting around, and the fraps counter showing the fps.  about 5 seconds later, the counter stops at 30, the little blue spinng windows loading cursor pops up, and it takes another 90 seconds to finish loading.  I've updated my video drivers.  I've reviewed all my ini's, they appear correct.  I verified the cache on steam a couple times, and run loot a couple times.  Does anyone know what's causing this, or how to fix it?  thanks.


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Posted 12 December 2017 - 06:09 PM

I am no expert but I did read up that after large windows updates it will keep a complete temp file prior to the update in-case you have to roll back. This could bring some lag and load time for the next 10 days since this is the standard hold on the temp file. You can use disk clean utility to remove it prior just run it twice.  CCO controls some of my mods I am reading more and exploring more. I may just do a complete graphics driver install with ddu. This is more fun than actually playing skyrim, weird.


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