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Have you been having FPS issues with Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the PC and have a low end / mid end / high end PC that you are sure should handle the game on your settings and still experience a short fall in FPS during major events such as entering a new city? A mod released by a dedicated gamer helps rectify this issue and has been confirmed to work by many gamers. If you are experiencing an FPS short fall on the PC at major moments do give the mod a try, it’s free after all and what have you got to lose?

In a merciless world of Dragons, Dark Brotherhood, Giants and horses capable of defying gravity one needs a stable FPS but some gamers report a short fall in FPS at certain parts of the game causing them inconvenience but one modder went above and beyond the call of duty and made a mod which helps give FPS a significant boost of a whole 40% which is a great contribution from his end. Apparently the original problem was on Bethesda’s end for not doing pre launch checks on the game but this mod helps fix that issue and provides more stable FPS for the player.

According to the mod notes:

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“This patch will improve your frame rate by up to 40% in all CPU-dependent situations, i.e. especially in cities.It works mostly by rewriting some x87 FPU code and inlining a whole ton of useless getter functions along the critical paths because the developers at Bethesda, for some reason, compiled the game without using any of the optimization flags for release builds.”

and to install the mod you simply follow these steps (Taken from Source)

Those interested can download the mod from here. You’ll also need ianpatt’s SKSE for Skyrim. To use SKSE, just download it and place it in your main Skyrim folder, then run Skyrim using “skse_loader” which is included with SKSE. The plugin goes in Skyrim\Data\SKSE\plugins

I hope this was helpful to you and do leave a comment or not you found this to be helpful or not :D.