Oblivion Performance Guide.
GrunderGretch Mar 22nd, 2016 (edited) 4,600 Never
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- After spending a week or so trying to squeeze frames out of oblivion this is what i figure out. Doing this gave me a pretty big performance boost.
- This guide was written with the assumption that you have at least a quad core processor and a descent video card.
- -Get these and use them
- Process Lasso (Link):
- after oblivion is running alt+tab out and go into process lasso, find oblivion, right click and set these.
- 1:classify as a game
- 2:CPU affinity>always>avoid non-physical cores>un-check all the selected cores that it chose besides 2 of them.
- 3:CPU Priority>always>high
- 4:Application profile>always>high
- 4gb patcher for oblivion (patch: oblivion.exe, oblivionlauncher and obse_loader.exe)
- Game Companion:
- Under resolution set "seconds to wait the game to load" to >9
- if the game crashes once the countdown is over you can try alt-tabbing to desktop before the countdown is over. the game will popup once it's ready.
- -now for mods and things
- ENBoost for oblivion (Make sure to use this to figure out how much ram you can allocate in the enb.ini)
- Oblivion Stutter Remover (http://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/mods/23208/?)
- 1:set bManageFPS to 0
- 2:make sure replaceheap is set to 1
- 3:scroll down to "Heap" and set "IHeapAlgorithm" to 6
- 4:And i'de suggest setting "iHeapSize" to 1024
- -INI Tweaks
- go there and read through the "advanced tweaks" sections
- The things you're going to want to look for are background loading, the uInterior cell buffer and Exterior, Threaded sections, iThreads, iOpenMP and whatever else you can find.
- That's all i've been able to find thus far. hope it helps!
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