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Locking FPS in Skyrim.

Cyberspirit
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Go to solution Solved by _StrikE_,

Skyrim is designed to use v-sync by default, so guessing by your post either there is something wrong with your game config ini or there's a remnant injector file left in your game folder (like from enb or reshade) that is causing this.

Hey, do you guys know if there's a way to lock FPS in Skyrim to 60?

I tried turning V-Sync on in the Nvidia control panel and, I tried using mods that should enable V-Sync but, none of those worked.

 

I'm just really tired of the physics system having a heart attack at higher frame rates.

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Skyrim is designed to use v-sync by default, so guessing by your post either there is something wrong with your game config ini or there's a remnant injector file left in your game folder (like from enb or reshade) that is causing this.

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19 minutes ago, Strike105X said:

Skyrim is designed to use v-sync by default, so guessing by your post either there is something wrong with your game config ini or there's a remnant injector file left in your game folder (like from enb or reshade) that is causing this.

Oh wow, alright. Didn't think it'd be that easy after trying so many fixes. Thanks a lot!

Just had to enable V-Sync in ENB and now it's fine.

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6 hours ago, Cyberspirit said:

Oh wow, alright. Didn't think it'd be that easy after trying so many fixes. Thanks a lot!

Just had to enable V-Sync in ENB and now it's fine.

Np, glad to be of help, enjoy your game, i spent more hours modding Skyrim then i spent playing it i believe (same goes for Fallout 3/NV/4, hell oblivion i haven't finished it once, i dunno if i even completed a single quest in it other then completing the dungeon tutorial, but i spent hundreds of hours modding it ?).

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Yeah, same here. Spent most of my time either adding mods or troubleshooting them. I don't know why, to be honest. :D

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10 minutes ago, Cyberspirit said:

Yeah, same here. Spent most of my time either adding mods or troubleshooting them. I don't know why, to be honest. :D

Probably because in its own sadistic way modding is as fun as playing, basically shapping the game to your own tastes and visions :p.

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