BRiANj64 Feb 21 @ 5:05pm
Random CTD's: Only mods are all the USKP's
Somebody help please? I don't know what's wrong.
Windows 8.1 Pro x64
HD7850 w/ 13.12 drivers.
AMD FX-8320@4.3Ghz(Stable as there were no errors found during a burn-in of 7 hours, with memory tested intensively aswell)

Edit: The overclock was 4.3 not 4.4 :P. I reduced it a few weeks ago as the memory clock was too high because of it. I hate my Mobo's BIOS software, i can't keep it on 1600Mhz
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 22 @ 11:30am
Showing 1-15 of 47 comments
< >
MageThis Feb 21 @ 5:16pm 
Are you over-clocking GPU or CPU? Any DLC?
Last edited by MageThis; Feb 21 @ 5:17pm
BRiANj64 Feb 21 @ 5:23pm 
Got all the DLC's(legendary edition) and have the High Res Texture pack installed. I already said my CPU is overclocked. My GPU is also overclocked to a certain extent(Very little only). I'm 100% sure this OC is stable as i played ALOOOOOOOT of games for several months now on this OC, and of course i already said i did a burn in test on my CPU and RAM for 7 hours.
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 21 @ 5:25pm
MageThis Feb 21 @ 5:33pm 
Uh, where did you post your CPU, GPU is over-clocked? In any case, just because 100 games work with your clock setting it does mean that Skyrim will. You could try setting compatibility mode to Win8. Also, you may use RadeonPro (google then d/l) to setup a profile for Skyrim.
BRiANj64 Feb 21 @ 5:49pm 
"AMD FX-8320@4.4Ghz(Stable as there were no errors found during a burn-in of 7 hours, with memory tested intensively aswell)"

It will 99,99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999%. because as i said even a burn in test didn't show a single CPU/RAM error. I used Prime95 for that. Using a community preset.(overclock.net)

GPU won't crash a game so fast unless you made it really really unstable. The overclock is too small for that.
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 21 @ 5:51pm
MageThis Feb 21 @ 6:22pm 
Do you have to correct load order for your DLC and their unofficial patches?
BRiANj64 Feb 21 @ 6:43pm 
Yes: Skyrim Patch->Dawnguard->Dawnguard patch->Hearthfire->Hearthfire patch->Dragonborn->Dragonborn patch->HighRes1->HighRes2->HighRes3->High Res Patch
Zefram Cochrane Feb 21 @ 7:30pm 
Try SSME[www.nexusmods.com]
BRiANj64 Feb 22 @ 8:14am 
Why would that help anything? I tried Skyrim Performance Monitor it only uses around 700MB of RAM :/.
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 22 @ 8:14am
SpeedFreak Feb 22 @ 10:34am 
Well the problem is not the amount of ram skyrim uses, but the allocation of those blocks.
BRiANj64 Feb 22 @ 10:49am 
Will adding iMaxAllocatedMemoryBytes=4000000000 to the [Papyrus] section in Skyrim.ini work? I have a 64-bit system with 8GB of RAM. I heard Skyrim has Large Memory Address Aware so it will see the Full 4GB of memory if you have 6GB+ memory on a 64-bit system
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 22 @ 10:49am
BRiANj64 Feb 22 @ 10:51am 
Oh and about that mod: You need SKSE for that :/. I don't want SKSE if i don't need it
BRiANj64 Feb 22 @ 10:53am 
Now it crashed immediately after i loaded my save game :/. This is so weird, as this save game is made yesterday with only the unofficial patches in the correct order.

Edit: And now it runs normally again. wtf is wrong. It is LITERALLY as random as it can be.

Edit2: Even worse. Now i started turning around really quick, character disappeared and it crashed right after.

Edit3: I've also noticed it stutters when in 3rd person alot. Also the chance to crash seems to be quicker than in 1st person.
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 22 @ 10:59am
PsychoMantis Feb 22 @ 11:00am 
Don't want skse......See I fail to understand people like you. You get frustrated when mods don't work then never hit the realization that SKSE does NOTHING negative for you. It allows skyrim's engine to do things it would never be able to pull off otherwise. Uninstall the high texture pack, delete your saves, then go get the unofficial patches from Nexusmods....And please for the love of the nine get skse >_<
BRiANj64 Feb 22 @ 11:03am 
Originally posted by PsychoMantis:
Don't want skse......See I fail to understand people like you. You get frustrated when mods don't work then never hit the realization that SKSE does NOTHING negative for you. It allows skyrim's engine to do things it would never be able to pull off otherwise. Uninstall the high texture pack, delete your saves, then go get the unofficial patches from Nexusmods....And please for the love of the nine get skse >_<

Why delete my save. that's ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. The Highres are only a bunch of higher resolution textures which does NOT affect your savefile. Only scripts will. i got the latest patches from AFKMods(official site)
Last edited by BRiANj64; Feb 22 @ 11:04am
PsychoMantis Feb 22 @ 11:03am 
What's happening is that your memory " blocks " for skyrim are maxing out. This causing the game to crash....simple explanation of this here --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37xAMUQc1oY
Showing 1-15 of 47 comments
< >
Per page: 15 30 50
Date Posted: Feb 21 @ 5:05pm
Posts: 47