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Help with ENBoost settings

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I have a question, I am playing Skyrim on a computer I built using an Evga SR-2 motherboard with 2 Xeon 6 core cpu's and 24 gigs of ram, both cpu's are water cooled and my video card is a gigabyte G1 GTX 970 with 4 gigs.

 

The question is, since both cpu's have their own memory controller and each bank of memory associated with each cpu has 12 gigs of ram installed, do I use 24 gigs when configuring the memory portion of enblocal.ini or just 12.

 

My enboost version is 279 and I use the wrapper version.

 

I am running 315 total mods of which 247 are esp files.

 

Since I started using enboost I have had a rock solid game, I have been playing Skyrim since amazon allowed preorders. I just want to make sure that I am maximizing my game properly.

 

If this is not the proper place to ask this please let me know.

 

Thanks

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I don't think it really matters because the relevant setting in enblocal.ini should be set to Total Available Video Memory - 170 for Windows 7 or -350 for Windows 8 or later if you using a 64-bit operating system with 8GB or more RAM.

 

Guide:ENlocal INI/Memory

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I'm not sure how enboost would share between two MCs I'd just set it to 8GB and be done with it you probably won't need anymore than that with 4GB VRAM.

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