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Actually you a prime candidate for both men tweaks and enboost.
Just consider those as required

 

EDIT: "men" is definitely supposed to be mem XD

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Since I have 1gb VRAM, I have no need for this or even ENBoost, correcto bismol?

I have 768 MB VRAM and require both memory tweaks. Sheson patch is always required.

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Thanks guys. I assume its drag and drop into MO, but I'll look around the thread for any of that info.

 

Ok, so I watched Gopher's video to install this. It's not really drop and drop into MO, but it's simple.

Thank you guys.

 

All I did was install SSME(dropped both files into TES.exe dir.), then I threw in the Memory Blocks log into MO, right under skse 1.7.2 in the left pane.

 

All good?

Edited by FuzzRocket9

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you dont need ssme anymore.

All you need is this in the skse.ini

[General]
ClearInvalidRegistrations=1

[Memory]
DefaultHeapInitialAllocMB=768
ScrapHeapSizeMB=256

plus this is off topic from memory block log.

Please redirect any further discussion about skse mem tweaks and ssme to here or here

Any discussion about ENBoost, please direct your discussion to one of the many ENBoost Topics on STEP.

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Hi this is my Log

 

[spoiler=MemoryBlocksLog]logging of blocks enabled
logging max values only
Timer disabled
Block1 Block2
256MB 256MB
85 8
85 8
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256 139

 

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Check your settings with the Skyrim Script Extender guide. Once SKSE is configured correctly, the first line should report 512 256 instead of 256 256.

 

Also note that the skse.ini file must be in the SKSE folder for it to be used. Also double check that it's named skse.ini instead of skse.ini.txt.

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Check your settings with the Skyrim Script Extender guide. Once SKSE is configured correctly, the first line should report 512 256 instead of 256 256.

 

Also note that the skse.ini file must be in the SKSE folder for it to be used. Also double check that it's named skse.ini instead of skse.ini.txt.

 

Yep the ini was NOT in a folder call skse , amazed the game worked at all ..lol

 

This is the NEWER , log file , Quit normally as after 2 hours of play, fast traveling  and fighting game didn't crash

 

[spoiler=Memory Log]logging of blocks enabled

logging max values only

Timer disabled

Block1 Block2

512MB 256MB

85 8

85 8

85 9

85 10

85 11

85 12

85 13

85 14

85 15

85 16

85 17

85 18

85 19

85 20

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293 137

 

 

Edited by sutex

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It means your SKSE is set up correctly. :-)

 

Oh good , mmmm so there's another reason then Ive been unable to get the last "LOD" step working in Step .. ok

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