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  1. carxt
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    Changed the version of the page so MO2 stops bitching and VishVadeva can finally find peace.
  2. AVeryUncreativeUsername
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    I have but one question kar. Why? The joke's run its course.
  3. carxt
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    The Viva New Vegas team now maintains a repository of INI presets with diverse options preconfigured for different scenarios (heavy texture mods, high performance, X3D CPUs, prevent out of memory errors, etc)
    Grab it here: NVTF - INI Presets
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    Future NVTF releases will arrive first on Github
    For a list of known issues and their possible solutions, see the Documentation page.
  5. carxt
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    FAQ:

    This mod doesn't do anything, X other mod is much better

    Due to the potential for conflicts, NVTF comes with most of its performance enhancing options disabled by default.
    It is imperative for you, the user, to read and edit its INI file.

    Does this work for X Bethesda game?


    Only NVSE is supposed to load this dll. Any other script extender would most certainly just ignore it, because the dllexports have a different name.
    Let's think, however, about the possibility of X game loading this dll. This dll works with very specific addresses in the NV executable, which means the probability of patching the desired addresses is virtually zero. You could even end up patching the wrong thing, which is completely undesirable. In short, the probability is null, and if you install it in another game and experience a change, it's most likely placebo.

    Is this compatible with Tale Of Two Wastelands?


    TTW runs on the NV executable, so, yes.

    This does X when it's not supposed to, how do I fix it?


    Be sure to disable ENB, ENBoost, and anything of the sort before reporting it as a problem with this mod.
  6. crazyxjx38
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    HOW TO FIX LIP SYNC FOR NVIDIA 

    Set NVTF to your monitors hz rate (for me its 144hz)

    Now go into Nvidia control panel and set the max frame rate to your monitors hz rate (for me its 144hz)

    Now the lips are not speeding up. 
    1. randomname654
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      holy s#*! this finally actually fixed it for me after trying everything thank you
    2. BlitzedOut
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      Follow a Full Guide with no apparent fix and this simple solution fixed it for me! Kudos to you Sir!
  7. 99s0uls
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    I don't know how it's possible but when I'm on 9.9.7 of tick fix the performance is great and there is no stutters between grids. If I update to any other version after that the performance decreases and I get massive frame rate drops when I enter new grids. and yes I set the ini to what they needed to be.
    1. JimmineyCrikit
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      I use 10.2.2b and while it doesn't seem to have the massive amount of problems the latest one does, I'm beginning to finally suspect this as the culprit to some of the problems I've had the last 10 months.
    2. Dr01602
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      I noticed it and when I switched it, it gave me more FPS. yeah they need to fix the issue.
    3. AVeryUncreativeUsername
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      You should take a look at WallSoGB's performance guide. That should help you a bit. 

      https://performance.moddinglinked.com/falloutnv.html
    4. gloryfades22
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      Thanks so much for this, was having the same issue and switching to 9.7.7 fixed the issue entirely.
    5. carxt
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      Your PC is probably old enough that the safety patches make a difference.
      Just set iTweakRCSafeGuard to 2 if you really need the performance boost, that's the same code path 9.9.7 had.
    6. Ineedahero758
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      Pc isn't old, i'm on a 4080 and a 13900k and experience the same stutters. On a 4TB M.2 ssd.
  8. Ineedahero758
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    Woke up today and suddenly my modded game that was working beautifully yesterday is suddenly broken beyond belief.

    After the windows update for 11, casings are floating mid air. Everyone is bobbing up and down and the phsyiscs are spastic. Even with this installed and i've reinstalled it twice.

    Wtf

    Edit: Fixed it, but the well is poisoned. Nuked everything, just gonna stick with a small list. Even with all the fixes, this game is a disastrous POS when it comes to stability, 20 hours wasted. Whatever, installing more than 50 mods is just asking for this game to implode on itself.
  9. Wolvthebigbad
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    Hello, when I use IsDLLLoaded NVTF command on the console it just says IsDLLLoaded "nvtf.dll" >> 0 which implies it is not installed but I install it with MO2 as every other mods and they just work fine, what have I done wrong?
    1. Miniwheats8
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      Have you found a fix for this?
    2. Modzo1528
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      While going through the Viva New Vegas mod setup guide I hit this same problem when I got to the "Testing Utilities" section. In the FAQ of the same guide, they have this about the issue: 

      Why does the console command IsDLLLoaded NVTF always report back >> 0Restart your computer, then install the DirectX Libraries from here.

      I've tried installing from that link they gave, but the installation always ends with this error: "An internal system error occurred. Please refer to DXError.log and DirectX.log in your Windows folder to determine problem." I haven't been able to find any way past this error, but maybe it will work for you!
  10. platao4212
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    just adding something i noticed is that the stutter isnt completely gone per say, like when the world is loading there is a small lag but its not very common and the game is much more smoother
    1. Malgoor
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      try this https://www.nexusmods.com/newvegas/mods/85267?tab=descr
  11. Kostaskavourinos1050
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    If you get any issues make sure to run the previous latest version, it fixed all the issues and crashes I had.
    1. AVeryUncreativeUsername
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      What pray tell are these "issues" 
    2. Kostaskavourinos1050
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      Straight up crashes, I also get some stutter that I did not have before. I use the Viva New Vegas list, so the moment I changed back to the previous version I didn't have to deal with neither of these.
    3. AVeryUncreativeUsername
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      Works fine here. 
    4. carxt
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      Sounds like you let the new INI overwrite the VNV one.
  12. shiberball
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    I've had a problem where sometimes when I kill an enemy, their body starts shaking like crazy and when I enter an area with already dead bodies it is almost guaranteed that they will have seizures when touching a door, each other, etc. This also happens with other inanimate objects when they are touched by an opening door, opening safe, etc. I tested my mods and narrowed down the culprit; which is NVTF. I don't know how or why, but when I have NVTF on the bodies and objects will do this and when I have it off they won't. So now I have to choose between the game running smoothly at the cost of bodies and objects freaking out or have bodies and objects act normally at the cost of the game not running smoothly. If someone has a solution please let me know and if this gets fixed then thanks.
  13. Psydeffexclone
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    after updating to the latest version every single frontier vehicles are now suddenly stuttering let along constantly bouncing causing the game to stutter heavily when it occurs.
  14. jerryjimmylee
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    okay that was funny. thanks guys :P
    1. ZonaryQuasar
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      After all, the update is a april fools joke or not?
    2. AVeryUncreativeUsername
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      No the update was legit. 
  15. Meseeks
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     Between the date and the much higher file size compared to every previous version, I declare this sus.

     Imma just come back tomorrow hahaha