Originally posted by Sturmgewehr_44:Pick up the full version of skyrim 2k textures (4096x4096 is awesome!!!), as well as Bethesda's official texture pack (gives most textures- 1024x1024, some, however are 2048x2048). This gives an extra edge as it does armour to the same Resolution as Amidianborn, as well as some textures that 2k doesn't do (dlc textures). Install this first, than 2k textures. Improved NPC clothing is amazing too (4k- 4096x4096 textures). If you list your specs, i can determine if you can use these. I also reccomend Project Reality-climates of tamriel, and Project Enb, although most half decent gaming pcs only run with 25-30 fps with all these mods. I get 70 fps outside, and 120 outdoors, but it depends on your system, as i have a GTX 780...
Originally posted by Mohammed:I just discovred how NMM is pure garbage, I don't understand how it got so pupolar.
Originally posted by Hamsterbytes:Originally posted by Mohammed:I just discovred how NMM is pure garbage, I don't understand how it got so pupolar. Explain please, don't dis sumthin without saying why!
Originally posted by Curundir:Originally posted by Mohammed:I just discovred how NMM is pure garbage, I don't understand how it got so pupolar. It's my experience also. In my case it just didn't work, and support seems to be a bit lacking and slow. I tried Skyrim Mod Manager instead, and I couldn't be happier. I find it easy to use, and it has virtual storage that makes installing _and_ removing mods a blast. Wyre Bash is another popular alternative but I haven't tried that myself.
Originally posted by Mohammed: Are all mods available to NMM also available to SMM?