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Posted this in the awesome pics thread, but maybe one of you guys can help me. All of a sudden, Breezehome doesn't say Breezehome anymore, lol. Relogging doesn't fix it either.

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Originally Posted by Moosnpet View Post

Okay, I just got Skyrim downloaded to my laptop (which plays World of warcraft just fine on high graphics), but even in medium+ graphics it is laggy, there are blue graphics (sun shafts, sometimes clothes) I've tried to look for the repair thing, but I can't seem to find it. Any suggestions??

Is your laptop 32bit!
Because iirc the HD textures don't work so well with a 32bit OS

Un-check these two and give it a try smile.gif

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Quick question, I recently got back into Skyrim and installed a ton of mods. My install is almost 13gb now; soo much stuff.

Anyways outside I only get ~24-30 fps in some areas, then 40+ in others; inside I get 50-60+ usually. I was wondering if the texture optimizer would help with increasing my outdoors fps? I'm hesitant to try it as it seems lots of people have issue with it messing up textures. And I really like all the enhanced textures I've installed. And I wouldn't want to break them as there's so many it'd be a pain to go through and reinstall everything again. The game's still playable, but not quite as smooth as I like. Another 5-10fps would make a world of difference.

I also recently found the blurry crossfire fix (making ccc use the AC:brotherhood profile) so now I'm running it with both 5870s. I expected that to help a bit since I doubled the vram (if it works that way), but it didn't really seem to change much.
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Originally Posted by dirkpitt45 View Post

Quick question, I recently got back into Skyrim and installed a ton of mods. My install is almost 13gb now; soo much stuff.
Anyways outside I only get ~24-30 fps in some areas, then 40+ in others; inside I get 50-60+ usually. I was wondering if the texture optimizer would help with increasing my outdoors fps? I'm hesitant to try it as it seems lots of people have issue with it messing up textures. And I really like all the enhanced textures I've installed. And I wouldn't want to break them as there's so many it'd be a pain to go through and reinstall everything again. The game's still playable, but not quite as smooth as I like. Another 5-10fps would make a world of difference.
I also recently found the blurry crossfire fix (making ccc use the AC:brotherhood profile) so now I'm running it with both 5870s. I expected that to help a bit since I doubled the vram (if it works that way), but it didn't really seem to change much.

If you have two 5870's, I would think you should be able to get more than 30fps outside. What CPU are you using and could you post your Skyrim Launcher settings? I'm curious to see what you have set. We can try to work other variables around while we determine what is bottlenecking your game.

Info that would be really helpful:

System specs
Skyrim Launcher settings
Mod list (if possible)

Thanks.
post #8215 of 12885
It's likely to be your vRAM that is the issue here - with only 1GB you don't have a whole lot of room to move. Unfortunately in CFX it doesn't double the memory - similar to dual GPU cards it can only utilise the lowest amount available (I believe - someone can correct me if I'm wrong)
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A 2500k @4.5ghz, and 8gb ram.

I think I solved it though. Disabling my second monitor (just an old 19inch, main is 2048x1152 samsung) seems to have fixed it. I now get 50-60fps with the occasional drop down to 30ish. It caused problems for me when the game came out, but either the 1.2 or 1.3 patch fixed them so I didn't think much of it.

Thanks for the reply anyways!
post #8217 of 12885
Is editing the config files still required to properly use the Official HD texture pack + other texture packs such as the Flora/Fauna mod so the mods can properly override what they need to ?
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Originally Posted by dirkpitt45 View Post

Quick question, I recently got back into Skyrim and installed a ton of mods. My install is almost 13gb now; soo much stuff.
Anyways outside I only get ~24-30 fps in some areas, then 40+ in others; inside I get 50-60+ usually. I was wondering if the texture optimizer would help with increasing my outdoors fps? I'm hesitant to try it as it seems lots of people have issue with it messing up textures. And I really like all the enhanced textures I've installed. And I wouldn't want to break them as there's so many it'd be a pain to go through and reinstall everything again. The game's still playable, but not quite as smooth as I like. Another 5-10fps would make a world of difference.
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CFX/SLI doesn't double your memory. It mirrors it, so you'll have the lowest of what is available.
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Is editing the config files still required to properly use the Official HD texture pack + other texture packs such as the Flora/Fauna mod so the mods can properly override what they need to ?

Pretty sure it is. I installed some texture packs recently but didn't notice any changes until I disabled the .esps and edited the skyrim config files.
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