Hello Step community!
I really need your help, my body can't hold this anymore! In advance, sorry for my bad english...
I tried to mod Skyrim for hours! I must spent hundred hours in this... I want it heavily modded! The game seems to be soooo great with mods! And it is! My game is actualy heavily modded! Yeah, victory!? Not at all... There is some f***ing stuttering that is spoiling my experience! You know, little freeze when I look around. Beside this, I have 45/60 fps, depends of the place. My computer can definitely handle this without stuttering, I am sure of it! Why, because I saw it, just before I broke my entire install, I think (I hope I am wrong and you will help me on this). I'll explain.
I have installed Step: Extended, Survival Pack, Explorer Pack, Base Requiem Pack and Weather and Lighting Pack + Enb (RealVision). I will show you the entire list of mod later.
Here is the moment when the problem came: When I first play my instal, the game was smooth, without any stuttering! But CTDs cames to the party... So I uninstalled my enb and sort better my mods. I installed again my ENB and start a new game. The game look good. No, it look AMAZING! No more CTDs but!... stuttering come to the party...!!! I think it is a script heavy problem due to a bad load order. It is really weird because the same problem occured a few day ago because I just sorted my mods... It is really weird. Looks like sorting the mod after installing them = stuttering. I think I am wrong, I hope because I really don't want to installing this again (took me an entire day each time...)!
Please help me, modding this game is sooooo hard! Hard because you spend soooo much time installing, uninstalling and do it again and again... It is really hard for my nerves, my body...
So here is my load order:
Some mods are deactivated because of missing master or things like this...
What do you think? Is my load order wrong?! I hope it is, so the problem could be easily corrected!
Thank you for your attention community! ::
EDIT: Please tell me if you need more informations.
Edited by Kelmych, 05 May 2014 - 11:49 PM.