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VRamSizeDX9 with a 1080Ti on Windows 10

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Hello everybody,


 


Alright so here is my rig: I got a 7700K, a GTX1080 Ti and 16GB Ram on Windows 10. 


I ran the VRamSizeTest for DX9 and I only get 4096. 


 


Although I also read that this limit does not apply anymore on W10. Cause... I obviously have more than 4GB VRam... 


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Windows 8/8.1 users: Microsoft has, unintentionally, introduced a memory limit for DirectX 9 games/software. This limit is 4GBs (4096) and there is nothing which can be done to circumvent this limit. For users seeing the VRamSizeTest tool reporting 4064 or similar, this is not a mistake. This is actually the limit for the OS in use and the maximum value you can set the VideoMemorySizeMb to. This bug was fixed for Windows 10 in the 2017 Fall Creator's Update, but still affects Windows 8/8.1.


 


Could somebody help me? 


 


I am running Realvision ENB with mods (exactly as it is describes and I am desperatly trying to set it so that I won't have any drop... It does not matter how many FPS I get (around 80 in 2K and 120 in Full HD) I always get regularly drops down to 40 FPS, whenever I am in Skyrim... But like the game stops for 1ms. This is really annoying. 


 


To be honest, I do not really understand what S.T.E.P is... (I'm not a native english speaker). I guess It is one list of mod that optimizes ENB for Skyrim but I cannot find it anywhere. 


 


Thank you very much for your answer :)


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This has been answered on your other posting: https://forum.step-project.com/topic/2613-ctd-and-performance-patch-enboost-by-boris-vorontsov/?p=210079

 

Please don't double post.

 

STEP is a modding Guide to achieve enhanced visuals in the vanilla style of the game: https://wiki.step-project.com/STEP:2.10.0

Many will use STEP as a baseline to build up their game; using it as a stable foundation on which to build.

 

Also, welcome to the forums!

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Hello,

 

 

Thank you very much four your answer. I am sorry for the double post. I thought I would not get an answer on the other post. 

 

And... this update is not even available in my country... so I guess I will wait. 

 

Thank you anyway and sorry again for the double post, that will not happen again :)

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