System Specs- Windows 10, i7 7700k, 16GB RAM
Mod Manager and Version- Mod Organizer v1.3.11
TTW Install Log- https://pastebin.com/Xgaamv0e
Current Load Order- https://pastebin.com/nK6AUeVS
Symptoms- Exploring exterior areas of the Mojave Wasteland and especially the Capital Wasteland (Steam Fallout 3 GOTY) causes crashing after only a couple minutes. Also, reloading saves is always a gamble. Sometimes, even on saves that aren't autosaves, I will encounter an infinite loading screen and my computer and I can read from task manager that the game is using nearly 0% resources. Starting a new game temporarily fixes this and lets me play my other save game until I have to load up the game again, which happens often because of how frequently my game crashes. Another similar bug occurs if I do manage to enter a game. Often, when I try to fast travel, I'll fall into another infinite loading screen. Finally, but perhaps least of a big deal is that sometimes random textures will be black and not load into the game. This problem popped up out of nowhere and I don't think that the game is running out of memory because I can keep walking around and everything else will load in fine. I followed closely to the NMC guide for TTW. Anyway, I'd really like to just get the game playable before dealing with this issue.
What you have already tried- I started having bad issues with infinite loading screens and random crashes on an older save game. So I figured that the combination of installing new mods and removing others may have led to a corrupt save file. I also had a plugin number in the 150s, so I decided to cut back on a lot of my mods and start a new game. Anyway, I'm still having this issue and I'm unsure of what to do. I've tried to make sure my load order is okay and made merged patches but I'm still encountering the same exact issues.
Please let me know if any of these plugins are incompatible with one another or TTW or have been known to cause problems in the past. Additionally, please let me know if there's any more info you'd need in order to diagnose my problem. Thanks!