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- Friday, December 9th, 2011 Like Share


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James Crook Dec 7, 11
Urk, "Friday, December 9th, 2011"?
Wait a goosesteppin' minute, what the hell?
Are the site's servers located in a time warp zone?
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chautemoc Dec 7, 11
It's a feature of our backend, one we should have changed at some point. This was in fact published moments ago.
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Shadow of Death Dec 7, 11
You posted before me James Crook. But yeah, how did that happen? Are dates entered manually or was it a server bugger up?

By the way, I'm runing an i7 950 with dual GTX 570's and I get shitty framerates (particularly out of doors).

Obviously they still have some performance issues to work out >_>
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chautemoc Dec 8, 11
Shadow of Death It's done automatically and it's not a bug.

Which drivers? Have you tried since the patch yesterday?
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Shadow of Death Dec 8, 11
quote chautemoc
Shadow of Death It's done automatically and it's not a bug.

Which drivers? Have you tried since the patch yesterday?
How is it not a bug when it's an automated process and it got the date wrong? Either a human entered the date wrong, or the computer got the date wrong?

The November 28th NVIDIA drivers (newest ones). The new patch does seem to have helped some, but I should always be above 30FPS inside towns.

I am running a texture mod, but there are people with weaker systems running the same mod and they get better performance.

I do hope they improve SLI scaling (a lot more than they have so far) in the future *sighs*.
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chautemoc Dec 8, 11
Shadow of Death It's supposed to get the date wrong.
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Shadow of Death Dec 8, 11
quote chautemoc
Shadow of Death It's supposed to get the date wrong.
Ummmm, why? It's not April 1st, last I checked >_>
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Vagabond Dec 10, 11
quote Shadow of Death
quote chautemoc
Shadow of Death It's done automatically and it's not a bug.

Which drivers? Have you tried since the patch yesterday?

I am running a texture mod, but there are people with weaker systems running the same mod and they get better performance.

I do hope they improve SLI scaling (a lot more than they have so far) in the future *sighs*.
Did you disable Vsync ?

if not here is how to do it.

Go to C:\Users\[username]\Documents\My Games\Skyrim, open the Skyrim.ini, and added iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the 'Display' section.
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