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  • Skyrim .ini Tweaks – Graphics and Performance Go to Documents/My Games/Skyrim and find ‘SkyrimPrefs.ini’ file. First, to be on the safe side, make a copy of this file and save it on your desktop.  Then rename the original file “SkyrimPrefs_ORIG.ini” just in case so you don’t accidentally copy over it should you need it in the future. Open the “SkyrimPrefs.ini” you saved on your desktop with any text editor (I use Notepad++) and find these lines to tweak them per your requirement.  We will walk you through the effects of changing these configuration variables – what benefits they bring at how much system resource. If you are tweaking Skyrim for performance, you may need to find a good balance between eye […]

    Skyrim: Tweaks for PC

    Skyrim .ini Tweaks – Graphics and Performance Go to Documents/My Games/Skyrim and find ‘SkyrimPrefs.ini’ file. First, to be on the safe side, make a copy of this file and save it on your desktop.  Then rename the original file “SkyrimPrefs_ORIG.ini” just in case so you don’t accidentally copy over it should you need it in the future. Open the “SkyrimPrefs.ini” you saved on your desktop with any text editor (I use Notepad++) and find these lines to tweak them per your requirement.  We will walk you through the effects of changing these configuration variables – what benefits they bring at how much system resource. If you are tweaking Skyrim for performance, you may need to find a good balance between eye […]

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  • Bethesda Softworks has worked tirelessly to bring us the latest installment in the Elder Scrolls saga.  Using the latest technology and a brand new graphics engine they have pushed the boundaries of gaming on multiple levels. Although the hype surrounding this game brought unrealistic expectations from many, I have tried to stay level-headed in my expectations.  Bethesda has brought us an amazing game and with this game comes both good and bad. Here are my first impressions including both my praises and my gripes. Take in mind that overall this game is amazing, thus my gripes should be taken lightly.   Five Gripes about Skyrim:   1.  The game is buggy on PC The game is buggy in places, although […]

    SKYRIM: First Impressions

    Bethesda Softworks has worked tirelessly to bring us the latest installment in the Elder Scrolls saga.  Using the latest technology and a brand new graphics engine they have pushed the boundaries of gaming on multiple levels. Although the hype surrounding this game brought unrealistic expectations from many, I have tried to stay level-headed in my expectations.  Bethesda has brought us an amazing game and with this game comes both good and bad. Here are my first impressions including both my praises and my gripes. Take in mind that overall this game is amazing, thus my gripes should be taken lightly.   Five Gripes about Skyrim:   1.  The game is buggy on PC The game is buggy in places, although […]

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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 11 JANUARY 2011 Yesterday I opened my mailbox and was surprised to see a black magazine hiding amongst the bills.  As I peered into the darkness I could faintly make out a gray text upon what appeared to be the back cover which instantly brought images of the Elder Scrolls flashing into my mind.  “Skyrim?”  I said aloud as I brushed the archaic physical bills aside as if to say ‘shame on you’ to the companies for not offering auto-pay online.  After cleansing the sacred text of useless paper debt collectors I gently lifted the light tome and removed it from the mailbox.  Turning the magazine over the silver emblem of the new Elder Scrolls game “Skyrim” was prominently […]

    SKYRIM: the delicious details have finally arrived.

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 11 JANUARY 2011 Yesterday I opened my mailbox and was surprised to see a black magazine hiding amongst the bills.  As I peered into the darkness I could faintly make out a gray text upon what appeared to be the back cover which instantly brought images of the Elder Scrolls flashing into my mind.  “Skyrim?”  I said aloud as I brushed the archaic physical bills aside as if to say ‘shame on you’ to the companies for not offering auto-pay online.  After cleansing the sacred text of useless paper debt collectors I gently lifted the light tome and removed it from the mailbox.  Turning the magazine over the silver emblem of the new Elder Scrolls game “Skyrim” was prominently […]

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