Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:It makes a whole world of difference. Probably a world of difference that you weren't expecting to anticipate.
As soon as you modify your game, it runs the risk of crashing if you don't know what you are doing.
The best way to improve your experience is to invest your cash into a decent graphics card and RAM. And sure, why not go for high res textures. You can always start a new game, test it all out on that so you don't interfere with your own Character's progress saves.
But above all, my advice to you is to learn a bit about modding first. If you haven't even played the Elder Scrolls: Skyrim yet, I also recommend you do for a while.
A) allow you to get used to what the game is like 'vanilla' (unmodded)
B) Allow you to make the tedious progress through the stupid walkthrough section of the game start. Then make a hard save proper.
C) make a duplicate save of point B for your mod testing.
Chrck the pinned threads for mod ideas and tips.
Best of luck :)
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:might stutter but all you have to do to find your capacity threshold is test it out! :D
Originally posted by Trigger:WARNING: stay away from mods they will corrupt you and you'll never finish the game, oh just one more and then i promise no more mods, oh look at that mod, looks awesome, what's this i can only use this mod on a new game, well okay i'll start a new game one more time I PROMISE. It's a trap those mods are, i've been stuck playing one more game going on 4,500 hours now.
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:I installed a few to make the game easier to play and with a few immersive elements in there like realistic environmental effects (Frostfall) and some realistic needs (food and drink etc) a couple of Armour mods and a Body replacer mod. Oh - and Vilja...
Haven't really felt the need for anything else. Trigger is right though, once you pop, you just can't stop heh heh.
Originally posted by hedgie_yozh:Definitely recommend using Nexus and NMM.