Fallout New Vegas

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MCTF - Multi-Core Threading Fix - for short.
This enables support for Multi-core and Threading. As well as 4GB LAA NVSE support. This should allow for smoother gameplay, faster loading times, better fps, enhanced quality and eliminate crashes.

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MCTF - Multi-Core Threading Fix

Fallout 3 Version Here

To Install:

Make a folder called "originals" in your game folder and copy/paste the original file there.

Extract the contents of the download.
Place the Fallout_default.ini in your Fallout folder.
Steam:  C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout New Vegas
GOG:     C:\Program Files (x86)\GOG Galaxy\Games\Fallout New Vegas

GOG and Steam:
Place the Fallout.ini in C:\Users\<>\Documents\My Games\FalloutNV
(*Note: When placing the fallout.ini, if there are any files there (.ini, .baked, .base or .txt) besides just the save folder and the fallout.ini delete
those files.)
Run Game Launcher. Set hardware and game settings.
Start normally.

To Uninstall:

Move the fallout_default.ini file from the Originals folder back to game folder.
Goto \Documents folder and delete the Fallout.ini
Run The Game Launcher and setup your hardware again.

Run game normally with the normal launcher at least once before doing this step.

Optional Step  (Add after the above changes are done, the launcher has been set and the game run at least once before doing the NVSE)

Adding the New vegas Script Extender. (Stable version 5.1b4)
Download and extract the files to your game folder.
Place the 4gb patch in the game folder also.
Run the 4gb patch and direct it to the game folder apply it to the

Make a shortcut to your desktop from the
nvse_loader.exe and launch from this. 
Start and play.

Renaming Launcher (NVSE)
Adds steam & normal launcher support

Goto your game folder
Create a new folder and name it originals.
Place the
FalloutNVLauncher.exe in the Originals folder.
Rename the
nvse_loader.exe to FalloutNVLauncher.exe.
Start game normally.

In order to bring up the original launcher.
Open the game folder and drag and drop the renamed
nvse_loader.exe to the desktop.
Then from the originals folder, copy the launcher, then paste a copy into the game folder.
Run it and the launcher will come up, adjust the settings and close it off.
After you finish setting the hardware, just drag the renamed
nvse_loader.exe back
into the game folder and overwrite the copy of the original to return
it to the nvse launcher.

Check video below for setting change to unlock FPS

Setup Videos

Unlocking Your FPS


Other Useful mods.

MTUI    A simple to install mod that resizes ingame text.
Sprint Mod  Adds sprint to the game. (Requires NVSE)
Beauty Pack PLUS     Hair - Eyes - Presets
Reshade with SweetFX      Improves over all games look and definition.
Electric CityLighting the wasteland
Nevada MysteryMan Lore friendly GoodSprings custom NPC. Full voice and lip-sync
ENB with SweetFX     Improves over all games look and definition.
NVAC   New Vegas Anti-Crash. (Requires NVSE) Adds additional crash protection.

Trouble Shooting:

Best setup on a fresh game but works fine with modded games.
If running the game in 4K and the game is laggy. Turn off the Vsync on the game launcher.
If you experience crashes and are using other mods check to insure they are setup correctly.


Mod Information.

This should allow your game to run smoothly and crash free.
Increasing overall performance, allowing for overall better gameplay.
For ini changes see readme above.
ini changes include:
Enhanced FOV, better audio, better blood and decal effects, altered grass density and shading, a resized pip-boy, plus added lines to
prevent crashes and improve gameplay performance.
Use with vanilla or modded games


Adittional Tweaks

Download Cleanmem here to help improve your games and gameplay.

Nvidia Users.
Enable DSR here
Game Supports both DSR and MFAA

ATI Users:
Enable VSR here.

I hope this helps and enjoy your game.
Just a quick thank-you. I really appreciate the response and feedback I have gotten. Thanks very much.
Thanks to Danielle Pistelli and  NTCore for the 4GB patch software.
Thanks also to Nexus and the Nexus Community.