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Okay, so let me start with telling you my rig:
 
GTX 1070
i5-6600k (stock)
16GB ram
 
I have about 150 mods installed (only about 30 of them being actual graphic mods), the vividian enb and I get fps drops and stutters all the time when I'm outside or in a city (average being 20-30 most of the time) I get a consistent 60fps in dungeons and caves, tho, so that's good! 
I actually thought that "Oh yeah, Skyrim is a really poorly optimized game, this is probably just normal" but then I re-watched some good ol' General Sam videos (awesome youtuber, check him out if you haven't already) and I noticed that his game was buttery smooth, even though his game was heavily modded. He could run around in forests, the plains of whiterun, or even fight a boss (thinking of the Ebony Warrior here) OUTSIDE without any frame drops whatsoever.
 
I have the memory patch installed, v-sync on (in nvidia control panel, ini file, prefs file AND enbseries file) I've toned down the shadow quality in the prefs file, and tweaked some other options as well, but nothing seems to be working.
 
So, I guess my question here is, how can his game be so smooth, even with all the mods? And how can I make my game smoother?
I have my load order screenshotted, but there's 3 pictures, so I can't post them all.
 
Any help is appreciated, though I think I've tried most of the "fixes" out there.
 
 


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You should probably list the version of Skyrim you are running (Vanilla, Vanilla+DLC, Legendary Edition, Special Edition), whether you have the latest Unofficial patch and which SKSE version you are using.

 

And screen shots of your load order aren't as useful as a text list within Spoiler tags. You can get this from BOSS or LOOT or whatever you used to sort load order.

 

I think it's the Loadorder.txt file in

 

C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\Skyrim

 

There's usually an fps drop when outdoors, but as long as the game play is smooth with no glitches, freezes and micro-stutter, raw fps per se is not really all that important.



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Show the memory section of your enblocal and then we will see.



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You should probably list the version of Skyrim you are running (Vanilla, Vanilla+DLC, Legendary Edition, Special Edition), whether you have the latest Unofficial patch and which SKSE version you are using.

 

And screen shots of your load order aren't as useful as a text list within Spoiler tags. You can get this from BOSS or LOOT or whatever you used to sort load order.

 

I think it's the Loadorder.txt file in

 

C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\Skyrim

 

There's usually an fps drop when outdoors, but as long as the game play is smooth with no glitches, freezes and micro-stutter, raw fps per se is not really all that important.

I have the legendary edition, the latest unofficial legendary patch, and I think I have version 1.9.32 of SKSE?

 

My mods have been sorted with LOOT and I've also cleaned them with TES5Edit. I went into the file you mentioned, and here's my load order:

 

Skyrim.esm
Update.esm
Dawnguard.esm
HearthFires.esm
Dragonborn.esm
Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.esp
Falskaar.esm
JSwords.esm
UnlimitedBookshelves.esp
Lanterns Of Skyrim - All In One - Main.esm
notice board.esp
RE_RealEstate_Core.esp
HighResTexturePack01.esp
HighResTexturePack02.esp
HighResTexturePack03.esp
SkyUI.esp
Hothtrooper44_Armor_Ecksstra.esp
Chesko_WearableLantern.esp
EnhancedLightsandFX.esp
ELFX - Exteriors.esp
CollegeOfWinterholdImmersive.esp
PWwaterfall.esp
Sanctuary Reborn.esp
Skyrim Immersive Creatures.esp
RealShelter.esp
Helgen Reborn.esp
BetterDarkBrotherhood.esp
SoS - The Wilds.esp
SoS - Civilization.esp
iHUD.esp
dD - Enhanced Blood Main.esp
OBIS.esp
Skyrim Immersive Creatures - DLC2.esp
SoS - The Dungeons.esp
dD-DG-DB-Immersive Creatures EBT Patch.esp
AmazingFollowerTweaks.esp
When Vampires Attack.esp
BarenziahQuestMarkers.esp
OBISDB.esp
Reduced Distance NPC Greetings.esp
Real Roads.esp
Improved Dragon Shouts.esp
Improved Dragon Shouts - Dawnguard.esp
Improved Dragon Shouts - Dragonborn.esp
Fantasy Soundtrack Project.esp
Fantasy Soundtrack Project - Combat.esp
Purewaters.esp
SRG Enhanced Trees Activator.esp
ELFX - Weathers.esp
Serana Dialogue Edit.esp
WondersofWeather.esp
JSwords_Load_Screens.esp
CWIELnFXPatch.esp
ETaC - Complete LoS Patch.esp
MoonAndStar_MAS.esp
RE_RealEstate.esp
Hothtrooper44_ArmorCompilation.esp
Populated Lands Roads Paths Legendary.esp
WayshrinesIFT.esp
Run For Your Lives.esp
Marriable Serana.esp
Marriable Serana HF.esp
Guard Dialogue Overhaul.esp
aMidianBorn_ContentAddon.esp
Immersive Weapons.esp
High Level Enemies.esp
Cloaks.esp
SMIM-Merged-All.esp
Populated Forts Towers Places Legendary.esp
Complete Pack.esp
JSwordsDistributionBalancePlugin.esp
Populated Cities Towns Villages.esp
Immersive Patrols II.esp
Thornrock.esp
LeftHandRings.esp
LeftHandRings - Dawnguard.esp
SpecialPeople2.esp
Seductress Serana.esp
aMidianborn_Skyforge_Weapons.esp
AMB Glass Variants Lore.esp
Differently Ebony.esp
Vividian - Torches Preset.esp
Vividian - Weather Patch Vanilla.esp
Skyrim Particle Patch for ENB - Flame Atronach Fix.esp
Natural Lighting Vivid Atmospherics.esp
Vividian - Extended Groundfogs.esp
TrueStorms.esp
Deadric Gods.esp
PatronGodsOfSkyrim.esp
DeadlyDragons.esp
UnreadBooksGlow.esp
SabreFurBag.esp
EliteKnightArmor.esp
RichMerchants.esp
Seductress Elizabeth.esp
DeadlyDragonsArmory.esp
ETaC - Complete RE Patch.esp
ForgottenCity.esp
WorldEaterBeater.esp
ETaC - Complete Helgen Reborn Patch.esp
Another Daedric Artifacts.esp
The Paarthurnax Dilemma.esp
HoldBorderBanners.esp
EmbersHD.esp
BorderSense.esp
ISD_Longclaw.esp
Apocalypse - The Spell Package.esp
DaedricCrossbow.esp
College of Winterhold NPC Impovement.esp
OMageCommonRobesV2.esp
Blink - Standalone.esp
Animated Dragon Wings.esp
Dr_Bandolier.esp
HighHrothgarWindowGlow.esp
Ordinator - Perks of Skyrim.esp
DesyncBirdsOfPrey.esp
SimplyKnock.esp
CreatureSizeVariants.esp
SplashofRain.esp
Civil War Cleanup.esp
PC Head Tracking - MCM.esp
PC Head Tracking - Patch.esp
UniqueWeaponsRedone.esp
The Dance of Death - Ultimate Edition.esp
UltimateCombat.esp
Xtended Loot - Cloaks.esp
Xtended Loot - Core.esp
High Level Enemies - Dawnguard.esp
High Level Enemies - Dragonborn.esp
LessIntrusiveHUD.esp
AMatterOfTime.esp
ISD_LongclawCraft.esp
Spells Cast Light.esp
dD - Realistic Ragdoll Force - Realistic.esp
Dual Sheath Redux.esp
DYNAVISION Dynamic Depth of Field.esp
Immersive Citizens - AI Overhaul.esp
Relationship Dialogue Overhaul.esp
RDO - AFT v1.66 Patch.esp
RDO - USLEEP Patch.esp
RealisticWaterTwo.esp
RealisticWaterTwo - Legendary.esp
Alternate Start - Live Another Life.esp
ELE_Legendary_Lite.esp
ELE_S_Lite.esp
Immersive Citizens - ELE patch.esp
RSPatch.esp
 
I'd actually be fine with the game if it was stable fps between 30 and upwards, but I get stutters and fps drops so frequently that it's just getting annoying, which is definitely not what I wanna feel while playing this amazing game!


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Show the memory section of your enblocal and then we will see.

Where do you find that?



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In your enblocal of course. And the fact that you don't know what that is might be the answer to your problems.



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In your enblocal of course. And the fact that you don't know what that is might be the answer to your problems.

I'm guessing you mean this one then: 

[MEMORY]
ExpandSystemMemoryX64=false
ReduceSystemMemoryUsage=true
DisableDriverMemoryManager=false
DisablePreloadToVRAM=false
EnableUnsafeMemoryHacks=false
ReservedMemorySizeMb=64
VideoMemorySizeMb=2000
EnableCompression=false
AutodetectVideoMemorySize=false


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Try these settings:

 

ExpandSystemMemoryX64=true
ReduceSystemMemoryUsage=true
DisableDriverMemoryManager=false
DisablePreloadToVRAM=false
EnableUnsafeMemoryHacks=false
ReservedMemorySizeMb=768
VideoMemorySizeMb=10240
EnableCompression=true
AutodetectVideoMemorySize=false



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Try these settings:

 

ExpandSystemMemoryX64=true
ReduceSystemMemoryUsage=true
DisableDriverMemoryManager=false
DisablePreloadToVRAM=false
EnableUnsafeMemoryHacks=false
ReservedMemorySizeMb=768
VideoMemorySizeMb=10240
EnableCompression=true
AutodetectVideoMemorySize=false

Thank you! I'll try it out!



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Try these settings:

 

ExpandSystemMemoryX64=true
ReduceSystemMemoryUsage=true
DisableDriverMemoryManager=false
DisablePreloadToVRAM=false
EnableUnsafeMemoryHacks=false
ReservedMemorySizeMb=768
VideoMemorySizeMb=10240
EnableCompression=true
AutodetectVideoMemorySize=false

 

Is this for Skyrim SE, or Oldrim?

When I change ExpandSystemMemoryX64 from false to true I have immidiatley a ctd.







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