Old 02-16-2012   #1
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How many Mods is too much?

I was just wondering how many mods you can safely run on your computer? so some mods work well with others and are there combinations to avoid?
Is getting individual mods for things (roads, trees, lights, etc) better than an overall graphics mod? What would be a good set of mods to run on my system?
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3.6 GHz AMD FX 8150 Eight-Core
16 GB SDRAM DDR3
7200 rpm Hard Drive
(2) AMD ATI HD6850 1GB in crossfire

thanks a lot for looking at this!
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Old 12-25-2012   #2
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When your computor and Gta start to run slow and crash, you have overdone it. I suggest take it easy on the mods. Many problems can possibly come up with many mods. Try not to overdo it or the game could possibly stop working or you might have to reinstall the game.

I would avoid ENB and ELS and graphic mods can not only slow down the game but your PC.

I would suggest looking around Gta 4 Mods main website for Graphics Enhancers and always take a close look at the reviews by other users before actually downloading a mod. Also make sure that you back up all of your files before installing mods and do not use your trainer during career mode. Also constantly save and do not save in the same slot. This means that if something happens you can easilly correct it and set it back to how it was originally.
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