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diznanl

Borderless Window Mode vs. Full Screen with ENBoost -- 2x Loading Screen Time

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Hello,

 

Is anyone else expriencing 2x loading times with borderless full screen vs. regular full screen mode with ENBoost?  ENBoost seems to solve all CTD issues, in conjunction with Bashed Patch + Merge Patch + SSME.  However, when using windowed mode, I load times are 2x what they are with full screen mode.

 

Hoping I'm not the only one out here with the issue or if others can provide workarounds/solutions.

 

Thanks,

diznanl

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Hmm... odd. What speed are your HDDs spindle's running at out of curiousity? As for why the load times are increased I suppose it could be that it's sharing priority with Aero or something and that's loading it up more than normal. I don't know, then again I only see one load screen and that's the 5-10 second one that appears after I load my save file.

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@phazer11

 

Thanks... I believe the HDD I'm on is 7200RPM and has between 10-12 ms delay... But don't quote me. Is that the spindle you're referring to? Also, by loading screen, I mean any time I switch locations or fast travel with my character. Especially if the fast travel is to an outdoor/world location, the loading screen can last up to 1:20. When in FS mode, load time is generally half that at 0:37s.


I discovered this issue in the thread below and the solution to switch to FS from BW. Certainly not trying to spam this forum w/duplicate threads, but I thought I'd start a new thread with this very specific question. It's hard for me to believe that I'm the only one that is experiencing this.

 

https://forum.step-project.com/showthread.php?tid=4937

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@phazer11

 

[WINDOW]

ForceBorderless=true

ForceBorderlessFullscreen=true

 

I've actually resolved the issue and am going to post a "Guide" of the experience and settings I used. Part of the solution was presented in your previous post regarding turning off Aero when starting TESV.exe. I also moved Skyrim to my SSD.

 

Load times are now 10-20 seconds max.

 

Thanks again for your help!

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No problem, you're welcome. Though if you're using a SSD you really shouldn't have much in the way of loading screens anyways (at least from my experience)

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