Fenris Jan 29 @ 12:45pm
My game is suddenly slow
I havent played Skyrim in a while ,but last day i tried and it was so slow and laggy that i had to put the detail in the lowest and the resolution in 800x600 for the game run at a acceptable speed
my pc
Intel core i7-2600 Cpu 3.40 Ghz 3.40 Ghz
Ram 8.0 GB
NVidia GeForce GT 520
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TheNovemberMan Jan 29 @ 12:49pm 
Skyrim version 1.9.32.08 are you running on this version
Fenris Jan 29 @ 1:35pm 
Originally posted by Trigger:
Skyrim version 1.9.32.08 are you running on this version
yes
Gropax Jan 29 @ 2:00pm 
its a script error some where a script went crazy. have you looked at the log file to see if one is running non stop.
NEMESIS :-) Jan 29 @ 2:30pm 
Mods can slow it down loads. Have any?
Fenris Feb 1 @ 3:01pm 
Originally posted by Gropax:
its a script error some where a script went crazy. have you looked at the log file to see if one is running non stop.
how do i see the log?
Migz - DH Feb 1 @ 7:08pm 
Although you didn't actually say what "acceptable speed" is, I'm going to assume ~30 FPS.

Therefore, I'm surprised you were able to run at that speed in any higher resolutions than 800x600 because of the GT 520. It's not exactly a gaming power house.
anonymous316 Feb 1 @ 7:20pm 
This mod will surely help, with this I can run on medium, full res, and still have 20+ fps on my ♥♥♥♥ty Intel HD 3000 card.

http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/15123/?tab=1&navtag=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nexusmods.com%2Fskyrim%2Fajax%2Fmoddescription%2F%3Fid%3D15123%26preview%3D&pUp=1
Shakedaddy Feb 1 @ 7:44pm 
I have a GTX 555, can play bioshock infinite on ultra on the highest settings w/no problem, but for some reason skyrim would get really slow sometimes as well, did a lot of searching on the internet and tried this solution which i found: changing shadows from ultra to high level. This small, small change instantly boosted my fps to close near constant 60fps!!!! Might help for you too
Fenris Feb 2 @ 9:07am 
Originally posted by Migz - DH:
Although you didn't actually say what "acceptable speed" is, I'm going to assume ~30 FPS.

Therefore, I'm surprised you were able to run at that speed in any higher resolutions than 800x600 because of the GT 520. It's not exactly a gaming power house.
i used to play at the highest settings
grimus Feb 2 @ 12:38pm 
take a looksee, medium settings:
http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:System_Requirements

things you can do to improve your graphics/fps:
http://lifehacker.com/5985304/get-the-most-from-your-games-a-beginners-guide-to-graphics-settings

EDIT: also do a virus scan, turn off all not needed background programs.
Last edited by grimus; Feb 2 @ 12:49pm
Migz - DH Feb 2 @ 1:40pm 
Originally posted by FenrirFenris:
Originally posted by Migz - DH:
Although you didn't actually say what "acceptable speed" is, I'm going to assume ~30 FPS.

Therefore, I'm surprised you were able to run at that speed in any higher resolutions than 800x600 because of the GT 520. It's not exactly a gaming power house.
i used to play at the highest settings

That's quite surprising since my SLI 2x GTX 570s are only a little bit better than what's necessary to run Skyrim on the highest settings at 1920x1080.

Unless you're still talking about 800x600.
Fenris Feb 2 @ 1:52pm 
Originally posted by Migz - DH:
Originally posted by FenrirFenris:
i used to play at the highest settings

That's quite surprising since my SLI 2x GTX 570s are only a little bit better than what's necessary to run Skyrim on the highest settings at 1920x1080.

Unless you're still talking about 800x600.
1600x900
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