Doddery 17. Nov. 2013 um 1:17 Uhr
bad framerate with resolution 1920x1080
amd radeon hd 7660G --512 dedicated video ram
6gb ram
quad core 2.4

i use an hd tv its higher then 42
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Hellboy 22. Nov. 2013 um 15:47 Uhr 
Hi mate, what r ur pc specs, are u using any mods?
Sturmgewehr_44 22. Nov. 2013 um 18:12 Uhr 
Yes, specs would be most useful. This information is necessary when creating a thread like this...
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Doddery 22. Nov. 2013 um 18:22 Uhr 
there
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Prometheus:
Hi mate, what r ur pc specs, are u using any mods?
Doddery 22. Nov. 2013 um 18:23 Uhr 
there
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Sturmgewehr_44:
Yes, specs would be most useful. This information is necessary when creating a thread like this...
Sturmgewehr_44 22. Nov. 2013 um 19:17 Uhr 
Yes, you are DEFINITELY going to need to turn the resolution down. I'm surprised you can even run skyrim at 1080p. I assume it's a laptop? Either way, 1080p is not suitable for your system. TV's don't use 1080p, you're playing at 1080i, which is slightly worse looking. 512 mb Vram isn't suitable for literally any modern games. I would turn it down to 720p, and play on low settings.
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UltraKeyblade 22. Nov. 2013 um 19:17 Uhr 
Your graphic card is holding you back. You can't play this max at 1080p on that laptop.
What kind of cpu? core 2 quad? or i7 quad core?
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Sturmgewehr_44 22. Nov. 2013 um 19:20 Uhr 
The CPU is as well, I presume it's a Core 2 Quad? Skyrim is rather CPU intensive.
Doddery 22. Nov. 2013 um 19:26 Uhr 
sometimes it runs perfect on high then other times it wont no matter what settings i have

Doddery 22. Nov. 2013 um 19:28 Uhr 
there is a build i want to make the only problem is i fear braking it in the process like an apeman
T3k 22. Nov. 2013 um 20:03 Uhr 
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Doddery Smash:
amd radeon hd 7660G --512 dedicated video ram
6gb ram
quad core 2.4

i use an hd tv its higher then 42

Since it's an integrated chip internal pixel bandwidth Gb/s is going to be relatively low. Lower your resolution and bump up your settings is what I would say
Trehek 22. Nov. 2013 um 22:01 Uhr 
Try turning off shadows and anti-aliasing. Those are expensive operations. Turn off vsync or it might cap you at 30 FPS. Also make sure that your view distances aren't set too high.

Since you didn't tell us your processor more specifically: find out how many threads your processor cores can run. The CPU-Z utility is a software which can tell this to you, for example (look for the Threads count at the bottom of the CPU page). Then open up your skyrim.ini in Documents->My Games->Skyrim into notepad and find the line which has iNumHWThreads=X and make sure it matches the thread count of your CPU. If it doesn't, you can tweak several settings in the .ini to make the game utilize all of your processor cores evenly, which may speed up your game. Read up on that in this thread:

http://forums.nexusmods.com/index.php?/topic/546499-performance-tweaks-for-smooth-gameplay/page-2

If these settings and tweaks give you a good framerate, you might try to turn on FXAA anti-aliasing to replace normal anti-aliasing and see if that still leaves you at a good rate. You can do this by changing the bFXAAEnabled value in skyrimprefs.ini (same folder as skyrim.ini) to 1. If you do this, leave the AA value in the launcher to zero. FXAA is a replacement.
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