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Which external frame limiter is everyone using?

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None! I'm rocking the FFTF=0 and limiting internally. The external limiter never worked for me for some reason so it's my only real option

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None. The newer version made my frame rates tank. The older version worked fairly well for me, (slightly smoother) but increased blurries slightly in some situations. I got rid of most .cfg tweaks also except for [bufferPools] RejectThreshold=98304. Doing that has all but eliminated textures not keeping up. I lock the frame rate internally at 35FPS. Stays close except in larger centers like CYVR and KSEA.Regards

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None,Using the FSX internal limiter work very well on my system when it comes to eliminate stutters.

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Which external frame limiter is everyone using?
None.I use the internal one.Got rid of most of the tweaks and all is good.V

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FSX internal lock @ 30FPS[bUFFERPOOLS]RejectThreshold=131072[Main]FIBER_FRAME_TIME_FRACTION=0.10Thats it!

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I loose significant FPS when I am using the internal limiter.I looked everyone online for FPS Limiter 0.2 and found only one link, when I downloaded and extracted the contents, I could not find a .jarr file inside! Help! :(

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I loose significant FPS when I am using the internal limiter.I looked everyone online for FPS Limiter 0.2 and found only one link, when I downloaded and extracted the contents, I could not find a .jarr file inside! Help! :(
If you really found the right version, you don't really need that jar at all. You should be able to edit the bat file manually. The jar file is ONLY needed to change setting using an interface that uses Java. I never used that. You don't need it ro actually use the limiter.I also still use the 'old' FPS Limiter V0.2. limiter, however it seems you can't download it anywhere anymore...EDITThe bat looks like this:start D:\"FPS Limiter\"FPS_Limiter.exe /r:D3D9 /f:25 /x:OFF /l:OFF "D:\FSX\fsx.exeSimply change the paths to the two exe files so they match your system. /f:25 is the desired fps: set it to what you want. Leave the rest as it is, including the sometimes oddly placed " signs!

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If you really found the right version, you don't really need that jar at all. You should be able to edit the bat file manually. The jar file is ONLY needed to change setting using an interface that uses Java. I never used that. You don't need it ro actually use the limiter.I also still use the 'old' FPS Limiter V0.2. limiter, however it seems you can't download it anywhere anymore...
I have it on my sky drive... and I used the .jar file because I'm not good at editing strings like that... the jar file is just the GUI to get noobs like me through the process haha.If anyone's interested, here's the "old" limiter:http://cid-408ca931940d5e3c.office.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/FPS^_Limiter^_0.2.rar

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Ryan,Thank you!I still can't find the Jar file though. I found a bunch of dlls, an exe, and .class files but not a .jar file. For some reason, I can't see it. ;(

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Ryan,Thank you!I still can't find the Jar file though. I found a bunch of dlls, an exe, and .class files but not a .jar file. For some reason, I can't see it. ;(
Do you have java installed on your pc?http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp

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Worked perfect! Thanks again! Haven't noticed a difference yet but haven't really tested it all that much.

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