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post #431 of 4581
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Skyrim video up now.

Lightly modded game.
I'm still fighting with the install files for Battlefield 4, I had to extract the contents from my discs since origin doesn't like one of the files on them and error-ed out, wiping the installation.
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Skyrim video up now.

Lightly modded game.
I'm still fighting with the install files for Battlefield 4, I had to extract the contents from my discs since origin doesn't like one of the files on them and error-ed out, wiping the installation.
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what are these Discs you speak of tongue.gif
post #433 of 4581
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what are these Discs you speak of tongue.gif

Haha I still prefer physical over digital as I can often speed up the install times of games with the exception of a bit of patching here and there, alongside having a physical copy of the game which i can behold and collect, but I've had nothing but trouble trying to install this, I've resorted to ripping the files out in chunks and placing them in origin.

If after I do this and it's corrupt. rolleyes.gif
post #434 of 4581
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Originally Posted by TopicClocker View Post

Skyrim video up now.

Lightly modded game.
I'm still fighting with the install files for Battlefield 4, I had to extract the contents from my discs since origin doesn't like one of the files on them and error-ed out, wiping the installation.
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Hey can I make a request? What's your framerate in Markarth by the keep doors looking back towards the city gates, or in Whiterun up near Dragonreach looking down at the city. Don't have to make a video tongue.gif, but those are two poorly optimized areas that get used to compare performance in Skyrim. Edit: I havn't read through the thread yet, so idk if that's been done already.

Or check out the Expanded Town's and Cities mod, it overhauls small towns and cities like Dawnstar. It's a great mod but it can be killer on the CPU.
post #435 of 4581
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Hey can I make a request? What's your framerate in Markarth by the keep doors looking back towards the city gates, or in Whiterun up near Dragonreach looking down at the city. Don't have to make a video tongue.gif, but those are two poorly optimized areas that get used to compare performance in Skyrim. Edit: I havn't read through the thread yet, so idk if that's been done already.

Or check out the Expanded Town's and Cities mod, it overhauls small towns and cities like Dawnstar. It's a great mod but it can be killer on the CPU.

Okay I'll give them a shot, I don't think anyone's tried it in the thread yet, and Expanded Towns and Cities after.
post #436 of 4581
It's at the top of the stairs leading to the keep in Whiterun, then looking back down towards the market area at like 12-4pm game time when the NPCs are all out and about. Maybe not so much OCN, but it's referenced on the Nexus or ENB as an easy spot to get to that has bad performance. Like I will go from 60fps everywhere down to 35fps in that one spot looking at that angle.

Markarth is just another bad area in general, and the ETaC can be just as bad if not worse in some towns. ETaC is worth checking out in its own right though, I just mentioned it because it's hard on the CPU.
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It's at the top of the stairs leading to the keep in Whiterun, then looking back down towards the market area at like 12-4pm game time when the NPCs are all out and about. Maybe not so much OCN, but it's referenced on the Nexus or ENB as an easy spot to get to that has bad performance. Like I will go from 60fps everywhere down to 35fps in that one spot looking at that angle.

Markarth is just another bad area in general, and the ETaC can be just as bad if not worse in some towns. ETaC is worth checking out in its own right though, I just mentioned it because it's hard on the CPU.

Cool thanks.
post #438 of 4581
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With what GPU are you pairing it with and what mods?
My R9 290 pegged at 100% usage gives me 30FPS with all the mods I installed, it might not be the CPU bottlenecking but yes the VRAM or GPU Grunt.

I'm using a 270x 2GB. I have about 150 mods installed. aMidianBorn, Animated Clutter, Enhanced Distant Terrain, HiRes Legible Road Signs, Immersive Fallen Trees, Project Paralax Remastered, Quality snow HD 2k, Real Roads for skyrim, Real Wood Textures, Skyrim HD 2K Textures, Landscape Overhaul, Vivid Landscapes, Unbelievable Grass and Groundcovers, TreesHD, Superior Rock Textures 2k and Static Mesh Improvement are the most heaviest ones besides the ENB. The rest are face, body, improvements, armor mods.. And no I don't expect it to run 60 FPS with all mods installed. smile.gif

It does run really well without ENB, as can be seen in the vids TopicClocker posts. As soon as ENB is activated it drops a lot, but I'm usually in the 30s with the 6800K.. But to be fair, I have had it for a lot longer and I am sort of familiar with the settings and stuff. Without ENB it looked like the G3258 was getting more "stable" FPS than the 6800K, though.
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Here is some initial testing. 48x @ 1.35v. XTU bench and 3DMark stable. More to follow. thumb.gif


 
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4.3 GHz at 1.2v on a Gigabyte H81M-H board. Stable after 10 max passes of IBT. I'll try 4.4 GHz and run more passes of ibt later. Batch #: 3412B733

Has anyone noticed any correlations between batch # and oc'ing yet?
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