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koji kondo 10. maj 2014 kl. 21:36
Skyrim Memory Leak, Or What I Think This Is...
Hi guys, I've been trying to play Skyrim recently and it's been hell, after about a minute of me loading my game it'll lag like hell, it's not like game lag though, it's like movement and mouse lag. I only have a few mods, BOSS, and SKSE. I use Windows 8, have a GTX 670M (3GB), and a Intel i7 3630-QM, all of these are more than qualified for the game. So I don't know what the problem is, do you guys have any guides for memorly leaking of my sort?
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crapmonster 10. maj 2014 kl. 21:54 
If it is in fact a memory issue, use SSME if you aren't already.
koji kondo 10. maj 2014 kl. 21:57 
Oprindeligt skrevet af crapmonster:
If it is in fact a memory issue, use SSME if you aren't already.
I'll check it out, I'll report back in some time.
TurnedToDust 10. maj 2014 kl. 23:41 
I had lag issues when playing a modded Skyrim and it took me about 2 years to find a sollution for my problem.

At first i thought it had to do with not having enough memory with my GTX 560TI and upgraded to a GTX 660, but the problem remained untill i set the ingame Vertical Sync off and forced it on trough the Nvidia Controll panel.
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koji kondo 11. maj 2014 kl. 7:52 
Oprindeligt skrevet af TurnedToDust:
I had lag issues when playing a modded Skyrim and it took me about 2 years to find a sollution for my problem.

At first i thought it had to do with not having enough memory with my GTX 560TI and upgraded to a GTX 660, but the problem remained untill i set the ingame Vertical Sync off and forced it on trough the Nvidia Controll panel.
Is there a way to turn it off in the skyrim game? I can't find a way to turn off V-sync within the game.
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