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What mods i should i get now?
To start this is my PC:

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T9550 @ 2.66GHz
Video Card ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650
Memory 4.1 GB

Now, what mods should i use?

Ty :)
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MageThis Feb 13, 2014 @ 4:59am 
Ones that don't overhaul textures?
Originally posted by MageThis:
Ones that don't overhaul textures?

Yes i know, but i want the tops mods that dont require high specs ;)
gnewna Feb 13, 2014 @ 5:03am 
Kind of depends what you want the mods to do. Add stuff, add quests, make stuff harder, make stuff... different somehow?
I saw someone on web that got mod for displaying itens by name and category. Add quest may be good choice because i wont buy the DLC right now.
Miku Feb 13, 2014 @ 5:05am
look here, you may find something useful/nice/funny/whatever
ty :)
Super Bogan Feb 13, 2014 @ 5:52am 
I saw someone on web that got mod for displaying itens by name and category.
you mean SkyUI?
it's really nice mod but you also need to install SKSE.
And if you havn't installed, get unofficial patches as well, it fixes most bugs.
Also it's nice to have following tools, NMM, BOSS, Creation Kit, TES5Edit and Wrye Bash.
Trigger Feb 13, 2014 @ 6:24am 
alot of mods require D.L.C.'s, be careful which mods you pick or you may never get into your game
G20 Feb 13, 2014 @ 7:44am 
I like mods that add things to the game that you kind of come accross naturally during a playthrough. like extra radiant dungeons with new special weapons etc as the prize.
For an entirely new playthrough i also require a cool castle or large storage abode for my dovahkiin to store all the extra modded weapons and armors and other things to collect. It's great to have all your cool loot in one place. I would also add some sort of fast travel mods, like teleport spells or somewhere with exits in every city.
If you play like that you could look through my favourites and subscribed lists.
I dont use texture enhancing/high rez mods as my comp doesn't have the spec for it either.. Infact i play on low rez. no lag.
ackrueger Feb 13, 2014 @ 7:50am 
There are some TexMods designed for moderate hardware at the Nexus, and HD2K lets you choose the resolution (1K,2K) you wish or can afford. I am at 1600 X 900 resolution, the native one of my display, so i choose 1K for the most part. The extra VRAM i can spend i choose 2K or above for interiors or weapons/armour.
Aside from that, mods with heavy scriptload can be quite demanding on your CPU, but it depends on how many you have, how good they are coded, and if you throw them in together with Eyecandy Stuff, which can also stress your CPU, besides the GPU and Ram.
Last edited by ackrueger; Feb 13, 2014 @ 7:54am
Steely Feb 13, 2014 @ 10:16am 
How low are you willing to go FPS wise? I can usually handle a stable 30 FPS with 40-50 being preferable. If you get a decent ENB it can enhance the overall appearance of the game greatly without having to overhaul all the textures and stuff. Also: GET A WATER MOD like Pure Waters, W.A.T.E.R., or Realistic Water Two.
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Date Posted: Feb 13, 2014 @ 4:56am
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