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joplin66

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This was done on the Legendary Edition so all updates and DLC were installed.

 

SKSE installed

 

Mods added via Nexus Mos Manager

 

Project ENB add via ENB Manager and Changer

 

 

Please see the screen grabs i took of my mod list. They are in order of installation. Ignore the project enb mod at the end of the list unless you are manually installing the enb. you should use the ENB Manager and Changer if you can, it allows for clean installation/uninstallation of enb's. 

 

I have this tested and running perfectly.

 

My Rig :

 

core2 quad 6600 no overclock

4gig ddr3 ram 1066 speed

AMD Radeon 7870 with 2gig of vram

 

Almost all these mods can be found in the top 100 most endorsed/downloaded filter.

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Edited by joplin66, 20 August 2013 - 11:44 PM.


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some additional shots

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You should add Real Clouds, you'll notice a huge difference.

 

What's your FPS in this?



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joplin66

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FPS is playable and smooth but ill add the real clouds mod and run a few benchmarks for you. 

If anyone has any other fully stable configs please post the details here, it'd be cool to see what kind of skyrim everyone is playing.

 

.....................update.......................

 

Ok so i installed the real clouds mod but i uninstalled it as its quite glitchy but when they ran smooth they were amazing.

 

my fraps file benchmarked for 5 mins, heres the log. went around the outside world, riverwood and whiterun.

 

 

2013-08-21 03:55:35 - TESV
Frames: 17427 - Time: 340815ms - Avg: 51.133 - Min: 27 - Max: 64

Edited by joplin66, 21 August 2013 - 03:12 AM.


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some additional shots

 

I had real clouds, and it looks good in stills but its pretty awful to play with . Its very buggy and you can see the joins.



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This was done on the Legendary Edition so all updates and DLC were installed.

 

SKSE installed

 

Mods added via Nexus Mos Manager

 

Project ENB add via ENB Manager and Changer

 

 

Please see the screen grabs i took of my mod list. They are in order of installation. Ignore the project enb mod at the end of the list unless you are manually installing the enb. you should use the ENB Manager and Changer if you can, it allows for clean installation/uninstallation of enb's. 

 

I have this tested and running perfectly.

 

My Rig :

 

core2 quad 6600 no overclock

4gig ddr3 ram 1066 speed

AMD Radeon 7870 with 2gig of vram

 

Almost all these mods can be found in the top 100 most endorsed/downloaded filter.

does your skyrim still run more stable/  playable/bearable?  



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it runs perfect, if you follow the configuration i posted above then it looks awesome and plays great.







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