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Problem FSX ? or NVIDIA ? or EZDOK ?

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Hello, When I make eye mouvements in the VC i have this problem as figured on the attached jpg-file.I have a high end system : processor I7 2600 K, graphical card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580, ...I must be some setting but tried yet a bit of everthing, the problems remains ...Any suggestion ? Thanks in advance, Marc

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I was having similar issues with tearing, it usually was precipitated when I opened the Ezdok control panel. I ended up removing Ezdok and the issues went away... with other aircraft ..then again I can't get the NGX to even load with out a CTD sad.png Kevin




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Guys , trying putting Ezdok on a single core through the task Manager, I had a similar problem when running freetrack I now I leave on a single core and my troubles went away. I used to get a lot fps drop and some kind of graphics problem at that time. But that is without NGX.


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Looks as though you don't have Vsync enabled in you gfx card settings.
Hello, I have Vsync enabled.This is just the thing that I don't understand why I have this problem :-) Marc

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Hello, I have Vsync enabled.This is just the thing that I don't understand why I have this problem :-) Marc
The vsync setting is obviously not doing its job. If you only force vsync using the Nvidia control panel or Inspector etc, it will only work in fullscreen (which you're not using on the screenshot). Does it happen in fullscreen as well? Have you tried the fixes from http://forum.avsim.net/topic/283143-fsx-vsync-fix/? The issue has nothing to do with ezdok, although the effects from it (and TrackIR) will usually make the issue more obvious.

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you better land that thing before it breaks apart LOL.gif
and your point being to add nothing to the op problem

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100% percent sure it is due to being in windowed mode. In windowed mode even if you have VSYNC on you will not get VSYNC. If you wish to eliminate your problem you will need to run in full screen. - Jim


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I have Vert Sync turned on, FSX running on cores 2,3 and 4, Ezdok running on 5 and 6, and core 1 left for OS stuff (the beauty of a hex core). Have never had an issue like the above.


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I have Vert Sync turned on, FSX running on cores 2,3 and 4, Ezdok running on 5 and 6, and core 1 left for OS stuff (the beauty of a hex core). Have never had an issue like the above.
Are you using windowed mode?Doesnt fullscreen have other problems?

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