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Yeah... I like those definitions better than mine. lol Thanks Nexstac!
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Using a 7950, I'm guessing you have maybe 1-2GB of Vram, so I'd say it's a safer bet for you to stick with 2K textures. 4K can cause crashes due to spikes in Vram when dealing with heavily textured areas especially when you have mods that use the Vram as well. I started off with 4K and recently downsized to 2K, and haven't looked back. Barely noticeable in the detail, far less CTD's.

7950s have 3gb of memory. Ive never had crashing issues with Skyrim though. When I had the 4k textures installed I was usually between 2200-2500mb of VRAM usage. I cant even find the 4k textures, not that I looked that hard, but the 2ks still look good.
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