|26 Jun 2012||#1|
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Skyrim Wrye Bash set-up
Hi all, I've been using NMM for a while now and I really want to move over to Wrye Bash. Trouble is I've heard you can't use it while Steam's in the Programs folder. I've also heard it's better not to even keep it on the same hard drive as the operating sytem once you move Steam? I've got the operating system on a tiny 120Gb SSD and I also have a 1Tb HDD. What's my best bet for getting the max performance from Skyrim and Wrye Bash? Do I put the whole of Steam, including Skyrim and Wrye Bash on the HDD, or can I somehow operate Skyrim and Wrye Bash on the SSD and have Steam (and my other Steam games) on the HDD?
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