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How exactly should I go about turning off the texture pack?  Should I just delete/move the .esp files for the texture pack?
edit, the one called Cavalos.esp is a mod I'm using wink.gif

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Is this how to disable Vsync the proper way?
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Access the SkyrimPrefs.ini again and add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section. This can improve a sluggish framerate and eliminate instances of mouse lag. Thanks to Tweak Guides for this one.
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OK, cool thanks.... Also, how do you disable Vsync? I'm tired of stuff bouncing off walls into my kneecaps when I'm trying to sneak around a guard.

I don't think that vsync is the issue in that one, it's more of a physics issue by the sound of it.

but read this for improvements http://www.pcgamer.com/2011/11/11/the-elder-scrolls-v-skyrim-tweaks-improve-graphics-disable-vsync-change-fov-and-more/

the only solution I can think off that won't alert the guard when you hit something while sneaking is to get the ebony mail and nightingale boots, and have a sneak skill of 70 or more.
   
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edit, the one called Cavalos.esp is a mod I'm using wink.gif
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Thanks again!  It finally works wheee.gif

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Is this how to disable Vsync the proper way?
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Access the SkyrimPrefs.ini again and add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section. This can improve a sluggish framerate and eliminate instances of mouse lag. Thanks to Tweak Guides for this one.

Yes, but also make sure you setting in CCC to have VSync application controlled too. Notice that once your game gets over 60 fps, the Havok engine will sometimes cause physics animations to run faster than normal. People will be walking faster than normal, the game in general moves faster as a result.

So if you are turning off VSync to go >60 frames, don't because you'll end up hurting more than helping.
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I don't think that vsync is the issue in that one, it's more of a physics issue by the sound of it.
but read this for improvements http://www.pcgamer.com/2011/11/11/the-elder-scrolls-v-skyrim-tweaks-improve-graphics-disable-vsync-change-fov-and-more/
the only solution I can think off that won't alert the guard when you hit something while sneaking is to get the ebony mail and nightingale boots, and have a sneak skill of 70 or more.

No, that's not what I'm talking about... There's been a many instances of players experiencing objects bouncing and causing damage to your player. I thought I heard that it was because of the Vsync being enabled.

As far as disabling goes, I found it in the Skyrim Issues Thread.
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Vsync : For now, the most important tweak has to do with the fact that VSync is automatically on and can't be disabled from within the game. This not only reduces FPS, it also introduces mouse lag. To disable VSync in Skyrim, add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section of the Skyrim.ini file in the \Users\[Username]\My Documents\My Games\Skyrim directory.

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Yes, but also make sure you setting in CCC to have VSync application controlled too. Notice that once your game gets over 60 fps, the Havok engine will sometimes cause physics animations to run faster than normal. People will be walking faster than normal, the game in general moves faster as a result.
So if you are turning off VSync to go >60 frames, don't because you'll end up hurting more than helping.

So, how do I get rid of the mouse lag and micro stutter? So far, disabling Vsync is the only way I've found.
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No, that's not what I'm talking about... There's been a many instances of players experiencing objects bouncing and causing damage to your player. I thought I heard that it was because of the Vsync being enabled.
As far as disabling goes, I found it in the Skyrim Issues Thread.
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Vsync : For now, the most important tweak has to do with the fact that VSync is automatically on and can't be disabled from within the game. This not only reduces FPS, it also introduces mouse lag. To disable VSync in Skyrim, add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section of the Skyrim.ini file in the \Users\[Username]\My Documents\My Games\Skyrim directory.
So, how do I get rid of the mouse lag and micro stutter? So far, disabling Vsync is the only way I've found.

As far as mouse lag goes, is "bMouseAcceleration" turned off (0) ? If not, that could definitely cause the mouse to be stuttering.

As far as the micro stutter, where is the stutter happening? Outside, inside, in a cave, when looking at many objects? Micro stutter has many, many causes. Just going to throw this out there, haven't tested it myself, but have you enabled Triple Buffering in your CCC settings? Enabling that could help out your stuttering issues as well. Just a thought.
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The physics issue in Skyrim is caused by your frames per second exceeding 60. I'm not sure why it causes it, but it causes items to bounce around, as well as you to get flashes on your screen that make you appear to be underwater accompanied by a water sound if you're in a cell with water. I had this problem extensively, and then downloaded an FPS limiter from the Nexus and set it to 59 and I haven't had either of those problems since then.

Some have asked why I didn't just enable Vsync in the Nvidia Control Panel -- for me, for some unexplained reason, my NVCP doesn't recognize Skyrim as being actually installed on my machine. So I can't enable hardware Anisotropic Filtering, and I can't use the SSAO in the control panel either.

http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=34
Edited by Maian - 2/14/12 at 12:53pm
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As far as mouse lag goes, is "bMouseAcceleration" turned off (0) ? If not, that could definitely cause the mouse to be stuttering.
As far as the micro stutter, where is the stutter happening? Outside, inside, in a cave, when looking at many objects? Micro stutter has many, many causes. Just going to throw this out there, haven't tested it myself, but have you enabled Triple Buffering in your CCC settings? Enabling that could help out your stuttering issues as well. Just a thought.

Micro stutter occurs for me when I spin around quickly to look behind me, or looking around while running. My FPS is almost constantly at 60FPS so it's not like I'm losing frames. Just a jitter when I look around. I have the CFX CAPs installed via AMD's website and that's helped, but not enough.
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The physics issue in Skyrim is caused by your frames per second exceeding 60. I'm not sure why it causes it, but it causes items to bounce around, as well as you to get flashes on your screen that make you appear to be underwater accompanied by a water sound if you're in a cell with water. I had this problem extensively, and then downloaded an FPS limiter from the Nexus and set it to 59 and I haven't had either of those problems since then.
Some have asked why I didn't just enable Vsync in the Nvidia Control Panel -- for me, for some unexplained reason, my NVCP doesn't recognize Skyrim as being actually installed on my machine. So I can't enable hardware Anisotropic Filtering, and I can't use the SSAO in the control panel either.
http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/downloads/file.php?id=34

Hmmm. OK thanks. I'll try it.
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