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HelloI see in many discussion boards people taking about Oh, mine does x fps. How does anyone know what frame rate a game is capable of doing.With FS2004, I set mine to 26, since that seems to be accepted that anything over that is not going to make any different. But I notice sometimes a jerk in the picture.Any one have any answer/regardskrishan

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Move the framerate counter to Unlimited. That will tell you what you maximum rate will be. Given the right circumstances I've seen 512FPS (all sliders left at 2000 AGL over FAAA in spot view). I'm not sure, though, what the maximum is for FS9 - but, for sure, it's alot more than your monitor's refresh rate :-) .Doug

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> Move the framerate counter to Unlimited. That will tell>you what you maximum rate will be. Given the right>circumstances I've seen 512FPS (all sliders left at 2000 AGL>over FAAA in spot view). I'm not sure, though, what the>maximum is for FS9 - but, for sure, it's alot more than your>monitor's refresh rate :-) .>>DougI put it on unlimited, now I dont undertsnad the rest of what you said, how are you viewing the fps

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>Shift + Z 2 timesThankswell with single window, its around 70/80 fps. If I add second view it drops to about 38 fps.windows MCE 20052G RAM250G UDMA -5PNY 7600GT (changed from orginal 7500LE) 256M RAME6400 DUAL CORE 2.13GDOES MY PC SPEC macth the performance I am getting?regardskrishan

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