Originally Posted by dhjj
I feel kind of guilty only posting in your thread now ... as I did lurk in your old thread even before joining OCN and your new thread after joining, I just never got around to posting in it D:
I was actually going to ask you how you handled the trim in your mod, but you already answered that in my thread
As for your thread spiderm0nkey, there are many highs and lows:
You have done great work and captured that work with some beautiful photography.
Ah no worries
I'm guilty of lurking and not posting in many threads myself. A great summary of the thread there too!
Your build has got me motivated again and itching to get this finished so thank you for that!
Originally Posted by sweffymo
Looking great as usual!
By the way, Skyrim is very CPU bottlenecked, so even if you have a system that can handle it, you will have your FPS drop to around 30 or below in some places no matter what you do. One of my friends has SLI GTX 580s (the 3GB version even) ans an i7 940 at 4.2ghz, and his FPS drops to 28 minimum depending on where he is. It seems to be the worst in Markarth and Riften.
Well that's a bit naff! I must say that the game runs so much better now that I'm using the 4GB mod. Why they didn't allow users to utilise 4GB in the first place baffles me somewhat but I guess that's just Bethesda for you.
I've kinda been tempted into not getting an i5 2500K now and buying a D700 instead so we'll see what happens I suppose.
Just got home to find a courier card in my mailbox. Quite pleased at the overnight delivery of this waterblock and tubing!! Luke will pick the parcel up on the way home from work tonight and then I'll throw up a few photos if it's not too dark
New tubing plans are in the works already and I want to have the tubing re-done by the New Year (skyrim will be my biggest motivator!)
EDIT: Edited by spiderm0nkey - 12/20/11 at 6:27pm