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Hello everyone!

 

I recently reinstalled Oblivion in my pc with my new GPU, and I got through some real bad stutters and frame freezes constantly. I downloaded all the fixes and tweaks (messing with oblivion.ini, osr, quiet feet, etc), and they did improved some of my game, but I discovered that what really was breaking my game was the audio. I don't know why and how, just know that the audio is the cause of all my stutter, and I'm really happy that I fixed it...
but I REALLY don't wanna play without any sound or any music, I just feel the necessity of listening to Oblivion's music and all the npc's voices. So my point is:

Is there a way to play Oblivion with audio even with music and audio disable in the .ini?

Thank you!


Edited by JooJ45, 18 March 2020 - 08:46 PM.


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I recently posted a fix for an audio stutter problem I had been having, where audio stutters after about 5 minutes of each load. I do not know if your issue is of the same nature, but the research I did leads me to believe that playing with an uncapped frame rate is responsible for this. I used oblivion stutter remover to manage and cap frame rate at 60. I also set ENB to do the same. It instantly fixed the stuttering. As much as I would like to have 144fps, having properly functioning audio is far more important.

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Yes sir, striker, I have. Lol :0

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I recently posted a fix for an audio stutter problem I had been having, where audio stutters after about 5 minutes of each load. I do not know if your issue is of the same nature, but the research I did leads me to believe that playing with an uncapped frame rate is responsible for this. I used oblivion stutter remover to manage and cap frame rate at 60. I also set ENB to do the same. It instantly fixed the stuttering. As much as I would like to have 144fps, having properly functioning audio is far more important.

I don't have stutters after 5 minutes, it actually starts immediately after I load my game. Yes, I have OSR and I opened it now and I really didn't have the cap frame rate set to 60, thank you for the suggestion. As for this ''ENB''... I don't know what that is, I'm sorry... I also think that having a good experience sometimes costs fps sometimes!


Edited by JooJ45, 21 March 2020 - 06:43 PM.


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I recently posted a fix for an audio stutter problem I had been having, where audio stutters after about 5 minutes of each load. I do not know if your issue is of the same nature, but the research I did leads me to believe that playing with an uncapped frame rate is responsible for this. I used oblivion stutter remover to manage and cap frame rate at 60. I also set ENB to do the same. It instantly fixed the stuttering. As much as I would like to have 144fps, having properly functioning audio is far more important.

I don't have stutters after 5 minutes, it actually starts immediately after I load my game. Yes, I have OSR and I opened it now and I really didn't have the cap frame rate set to 60, thank you for the suggestion. As for this ''ENB''... I don't know what that is, I'm sorry... I also think that having a good experience sometimes costs fps sometimes!


ENB is an extra visuals enhancer. No worries if you do not have it. Curious if capping OSR worked for you.

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I recently posted a fix for an audio stutter problem I had been having, where audio stutters after about 5 minutes of each load. I do not know if your issue is of the same nature, but the research I did leads me to believe that playing with an uncapped frame rate is responsible for this. I used oblivion stutter remover to manage and cap frame rate at 60. I also set ENB to do the same. It instantly fixed the stuttering. As much as I would like to have 144fps, having properly functioning audio is far more important.

I don't have stutters after 5 minutes, it actually starts immediately after I load my game. Yes, I have OSR and I opened it now and I really didn't have the cap frame rate set to 60, thank you for the suggestion. As for this ''ENB''... I don't know what that is, I'm sorry... I also think that having a good experience sometimes costs fps sometimes!


ENB is an extra visuals enhancer. No worries if you do not have it. Curious if capping OSR worked for you.

 

Yeah, it did kinda work, I still have some microstutters, but nothing that I can't get used to. Thanks for the help!



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Hopefully that is just a loading thing. Glad to help. :0





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