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Skyrim (officially) patched for 4GB RAM support

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Those Skyrim players with 64bit system (in other words, most Skyrim players) no longer need to rely on fan patches to unlock 4GB of beautiful RAM. 

Until now, using the Large Address Ware patch was the only way for Skyrim fans to get the most out of their systems. Bethesda's official patch for "4 Gigabyte Tuning" now removes the need for it, and will be essential in getting some of those hot graphical mods running. 

Speaking of mods, the official mod tools will be released early next year, with any luck. Then the fun should really begin.

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