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FS is slow in my new PC. Help

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I am with a problem, I bought a new PC to see if everything in full obtained to play fs9 and nao I obtain

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If Sound X-fi Platinum is an add-on [ ie seperate ] soundcard, have you tried running your system with the soundcard removed and using your motherboard sound instead? Best and Warm ReagrdsAdrian Wainer

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Also, check your video card latency time and make sure it is not set to 255, and if it is a new system, it is, unless you have changed it.Set the latency to 64 or 128.Second monitor to 000 if you are not using two monitors.Check out other tweaks here on the forums.R. Martin

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Welcome to the boards AIKON, (next time post it in the "PC / MAC Hardware for Simulations" forum, thats were the techie's hide ;) )Can you be a bit more specific, meaning slow.. is everything slow all the time?, slow loading of textures?..?? You should not have any issues with that config. And regarding the other two posts above me.@AdrianWhen using onboard sound you will always loose a bit of CPU power, it used to be alot with old mobo's, nowadays new mobo's are quite capable, nonetheless it's always better to have a separate soundcard installed as your CPU will benefit from it. ;)@Magnum-Force R.MartinPCI Express cards DO NOT have PCI Latency timers, only AGP. So that setting doesn't concern AIKON ;)

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Its been a long day... I neglected the fact it was PCI express vid card. Maybe reinstall your Video drivers, and I would also go with off board sound. Always.Check the M.B. Bios for any revisions.And you could be at it quite awhile for the perfect tweaks. But, you will get it. That is for sure. Hang in there.The forums are the best place to tweak your new computer to go infinity.R. Martin

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Agree, maybe install the latest mainboard drivers before installing the VGA drivers? FWIW, I've been happiest when disabling all power saving - selecting the OS power scheme 'Always on'. I don't know what one needs to do to disable it on Intel Flytendos, on AMD64s it's disabling Cool'nQuiet (bios) and using the a.m. OS power scheme. Is it EIST on Intels? Boa sorte Jaap

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