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There are so many different mods rolleyes.gif took me nearly 30 hours following a guide to get mine done. Then you got texture optimisations, etc... and Automatic Variants. If you grab lots of large (2k textures is standard, though there is a decent size 4k pack out) you should get interesting results.

Could I also ask that you try increase uGridstoLoad (in skyrim.ini) to 7 - I've tried it a few times but it makes my game crash. Not sure if it's due to VRAM or just the fact I'm running quite a few scripted mods (which have a much larger area to cover at 7). Just make sure you back up the save before switching to 7 and it will only make any difference outdoors.

This thread is a really good idea though, I feel much more comfortable recommendeding higher VRAM GPUs with some hard numbers.
Had this happen last night, with real clouds running, it looked great seeing grass way off in the distance swaying but then crashed. I concur with storm on adding a FPS & RES column to the chart
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Real Clouds looks awesome but again, VRAM. I read somewhere that one big reason for CTDs was 2 threads waiting on each other, and someone is working on a fix, but I suspect VRAM too (but have no way to test it out).

Res is already mentioned on the first post (1440p) but if you could artificially limit the VRAM games can use then we may get some interesting results - e.g. put a 2GB/1.5GB limit and see how it affects performance.
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I don't know how valuable this info is...there are some games that seem to just eat up all the VRAM they can, but if you play the same game on half the amount of VRAM it will play no different.

Really need to have a resolution and fps on the chart as well.

 

Actually on that chart all the games are playable at 60fps constant at 1440p resolution. But I will also add the exact average FPS with further testing. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Could I also ask that you try increase uGridstoLoad (in skyrim.ini) to 7 - I've tried it a few times but it makes my game crash. Not sure if it's due to VRAM or just the fact I'm running quite a few scripted mods (which have a much larger area to cover at 7). Just make sure you back up the save before switching to 7 and it will only make any difference outdoors.
 

 

I will do that once the game is downloaded :)

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 but if you could artificially limit the VRAM games can use then we may get some interesting results - e.g. put a 2GB/1.5GB limit and see how it affects performance.

 

Oh you are telling me?

 

I can certainly try that and see the FPS difference if any. I just don't know how to limit vram.

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Oh you are telling me?

I can certainly try that and see the FPS difference if any. I just don't know how to limit vram.

Certainly not, I know doing this would increase :effort: and is totally up to you. I often come up with very time-consuming ideas, and while they *may* possibly work I honestly can't be bothered, and I don't expect anyone else to either.

I also have no idea on how to limit VRAM - and it didn't come up on Page1 of google so obviously is impossible anyways.

Edit: Just remembered that if you install ENB for skyrim then there is a setting called VideoMemorySizeMB that may limit VRAM, but I am unsure as to if it would affect other stuff.
Also, if this were possible for all games (mod the bios? devilsmiley.gif ) then you could quickly find the most memory intensive games and see how much difference VRAM makes (if that was the intention of this thread, rather than just listing max VRAM usage for as many games as possible).
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Certainly not, I know doing this would increase :effort: and is totally up to you. I often come up with very time-consuming ideas, and while they *may* possibly work I honestly can't be bothered, and I don't expect anyone else to either.

I also have no idea on how to limit VRAM - and it didn't come up on Page1 of google so obviously is impossible anyways.

Edit: Just remembered that if you install ENB for skyrim then there is a setting called VideoMemorySizeMB that may limit VRAM, but I am unsure as to if it would affect other stuff.
Also, if this were possible for all games (mod the bios? devilsmiley.gif ) then you could quickly find the most memory intensive games and see how much difference VRAM makes (if that was the intention of this thread, rather than just listing max VRAM usage for as many games as possible).

 

Actually it is an interesting concept to limit vram to see its effects on some current settings but yeah I don't believe it exists :)

 

I will look at that Skyrim setting later on.

 

Not to grat on modding stuff :(

 


 

I just tested 3 more 64p Conquest maps with average FPS and added to the list. Vram usage was 2500MB on Kharg Island.

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Skyrim mods are incredibly easy - get something like NMM, find the largest texture packs you can find and click install. Since you're interested in VRAM you don't need to worry about scripts (which could cause enough issues on their own).

Modding the bios - not something I'd recommend (hence the devil smiley) esp not to a TItan. And for the skyrim setting you need to install ENB, whcih also affects performance.

Maybe nvidia would make you a custom bios if you asked nicely? Doubt it though.
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Skyrim mods are incredibly easy - get something like NMM, find the largest texture packs you can find and click install. Since you're interested in VRAM you don't need to worry about scripts (which could cause enough issues on their own).

Modding the bios - not something I'd recommend (hence the devil smiley) esp not to a TItan. And for the skyrim setting you need to install ENB, whcih also affects performance.

Maybe nvidia would make you a custom bios if you asked nicely? Doubt it though.

 

Nvidia can't even keep their promise on Shadowplay so I wouldn't hope on it :(

 


 

Just hit 2674 on Siene's Crossing. Averaging 81 fps... Highest vram usage I've seen so far.

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I think I remember someone saying hitman: absolution went over 3.4GB or something. Can't really remember :S I don't game much so don't really know.
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