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Hey guys,


I am currently running an i5 3570k @ 4.4ghz and getting around 25 - 30 FPS on the ground / low altitudes and well into the 40's in the air. My question is if I overclock to a higher GHz, will the performance increase? My PC Specs are as follows ...


 


i5 3570k @4.4 GHz currently sitting around 63 degrees celcius on 100% load.


EVGA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost @ 1200 MHz


8 GB Corsair 1600 MHz RAM


Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO


600w CX600M Corsair Power Supply


 


I am using FSX Acceleration pack and the addons I run are REX+, PMDG 737NGX, Airbus X Extended, UTX, and some airport scenery addons. I am looking to pick up Ground Services X and I have heard that was pretty frame rate intensive so I wanted to make sure I could run it before I bought it. I do fly on VATSIM sometimes so the traffic sometimes lowers FPS as well.


My fsx.cfg is tweaked pretty well I would say so there isn't much improvement there. Also, would overclocking the ram add any improvement?


 


Thanks for any help,


Preston


 

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overclocking the CPU is most important and will allways give some more fps and smoothnest in FSX. Some experts say that the best range to run fsx is at 4.5 - 4.8GHz or higher. From there begins fun :)

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