so ur like official retailer of Zotac? i hope it takes off. maybe it isn't working that great rite now coz of international warranty and urz is a new name in the game. give it time, IMX wasn't famous in a month
You'll have to ask the author of the mod about the issue you're having. Post your query at the nexus.
Setting UGridsToLoad=7 or higher will definitely increase loading times, especially if you have a weak GPU. On my system, it takes around 10-15 on first loading, though this can be significantly reduced if you have an SSD drive.
uGridsToLoad=5 - This variable does not exist and need to be added to bottom of the [General] section of the Skyrim.ini file to be implemented. It controls the radius around the character within which the engine loads up the most detailed objects, characters and terrain. It can have a substantial impact on both image quality and performance. Any value assigned to this variable needs to be in odd increments, e.g. 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. The screenshot comparisons above demonstrate the way in which there is progressively higher detail in the distance as the value of this variable is raised (a better example showing uGridsToLoad=7, the most stable value, can be seen here)
WARNING: Once you set this command and save game, there's no going back. If you try to revert back to its original value, the game will simply crash upon loading when it detects the value is different.
This line should be added at the bottom of the [General] section of "Skyrim.ini" file.
Use this guide for further tweaking
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Tweak Guide | GeForce
Hope this helps. I've never used the grass mods myself, so I'm afraid I can't be of much help here.
Its based on the same architecture, if anything PC has higher tier options than what is available in consoles. RDNA2 doesn't have dedicated RT cores so its going to lack behind Intel and Nvidia. Lets see if RDNA3 changes that.
If you want the best performance, go for Nvidia. If you want the best value, go for AMD. Intel at this point is only for hipsters. That will probably change in a few years though. But for now, Intel isn't a good choice for gamers.