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Enboost causing heavy stutter

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enblocal.ini here https://pastebin.com/bvd6hECF

 

So after days of testing, I found that my enboost is whats causing heavy stutter on cell load. I dont really understand why, I folllowed the step guide to setup. Its not the usual datasyncmode culprit, either. Any input is greatly appreciated. I really want to be able to use enboost For what I mean be cell load stutter, When I leave falkreath and it loads in the next cells (signified by the treeline popping in) I drop from 30fps from a smooth 60

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In skyrim performance monitor, the maximum thread count was lower with enbost on


I forgot to post specs

windows 10

i7 6700hq @3.2ghz turbo

gtx 1060 6gb edition

16gb ram

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A slight sharpening effect

I thought the deferred rendering setting wouldn't matter if patchspeedhackwithoutgrpahics wasn't on

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If you want to play the game without it, by all means do so. I find that I can run without it with similar hardware specs to your own. If that yellow line ever starts getting close to 3100MBs, then you're going to want to think about installing it and dealing with the issues. Else, you'll start crashing or having ILS due to hitting the memory cap for the game. This memory cap is what ENBoost is circumventing by launching multiple instances of the "enbhost.exe' process which is basically creating "virtual" RAM for Skyrim to use.

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Yeah, that's what I found. I ended up disabling it and had to cut my texture quality down, but the game runs like butter. It tends to ctd at 2.7-2.8 gb of ram for me

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