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So today i installed skyrim after i installed windows 8.1 and i am getting severe input lag to the point i am having a real hard time aiming with the crossbow. So like the title say is it possible to get a 60 fps limiter in skyrim without using Vsync?
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As silly as this sounds: if you have so many fps that it's an issue you need to use your computer's...well comoputing power more.

Download a ENB preset and install it, if that doesnt eat up enough resources to fix the issue come back or if you like enb come back anyhow and I'll suggest more stuff for you to do in order to make Skyrim amazing.

Input lag will be related to your monitor/tv's post processing or a controller of some sort. It shouldn't be a major issue unless its always been a issue.
Edited by DIYDeath - 4/19/14 at 6:54pm
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As silly as this sounds: if you have so many fps that it's an issue you need to use your computer's...well comoputing power more.

Download a ENB preset and install it, if that doesnt eat up enough resources to fix the issue come back or if you like enb come back anyhow and I'll suggest more stuff for you to do in order to make Skyrim amazing.

Input lag will be related to your monitor/tv's post processing or a controller of some sort. It shouldn't be a major issue unless its always been a issue.


I don't really want to run enb because it cripples my system so much (my processor can't keep up with skyrim) that it takes the fun out of the game. What i did find is that rivatuner Statistics server has a built in framelimiter and it works very well i set it to 61 fps and i have zero input lag and skyrim doesn't freak out.
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Try enboost then, all the performance benefits of ENB with none of the performance loss (or the great looks, it'll look just like the vanilla game).
Wont help with fps limiting but it'll help make Skyrim's engine better at handling memory.
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