First off, thanks for your amazing work with the enb series! Makes the pc gaming world that much more beautiful for all of us!
Now, my problem is this:
When I try to run Skyrim with ENB series, I get a decent playable framerate. The problem is that while the FPS is quite good and also constant according to ENB fps counter, I still get jerky movement on my screen. It looks like the game is clipping out some frames. This is most notable in interiors, like Dragonsreach thorne room for example. I know my rig can't handle all the bells and whistles ENB comes with, but that is not the issue here I think. I've left out SSAO and DOF for example, but the result still stays the same. If I turn off the ENB with shift+F12 I still get the jerky movement, but it seems to help a bit. If I uninstall ENB, the "frame clipping" effect goes away. Only enb that was smooth for me was very early version, I think it was the 1.8 with HDR in Nexus or something.
Here is some solutions I've already tried, but they did not help at all:
Different Nvidia drivers, beta and WHQL
Disabling all my other mods
Taking down all the Skyrim graphical settings in launcher to their minimum (My god how crappy the game looks like this, but the frame clipping still exist!)
Trying different versions of ENB series and different setups found on Nexus (only very early version seems to do the trick, as mentioned above)
Trying different driver settings in Nvidia control panel and inspector
Trying different settings in SkyrimPrefs.ini (like iPresentInterval etc.)
Trying to let Skyrim make a new clean SkyrimPrefs.ini on game startup
Some other solution I might have missed
If anyone could give my any pointers how to troubleshoot this problem I'd be grateful! Even if it means that you have to tell me "man, it's your crappy rig"
It just makes me wonder, because framerate is good; around 25-35 outside and 50 interiors and while I drag down all the game details in settings the problem still exists... I'm lost here
Oh, well... back to "Realistic Lighting with Customization" I guess.
This is some of what my PC has eaten:
Core2Duo 8500 (ok this one is old and is definitely bottlenecking my GFX card)
GTX 560 CuII Top