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Anyone using TBM850 in P3D V2.1?

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I have just purchased this aircraft & find it runs very well & smooth in FSX however in P3D V2.1 once the G1000 is switched on I get nasty stutters despite my fps showing in the 60's. Have tried numerous scenery & graphics settings but nothing seems to fix it.

 

I'm running an i7 4770K @ 4.5 with 4Gb Ram & a OC GTX770 hence very good frames. Odd I should be getting these stutters when the G1000 is fully on. PDF1 in "start" mode doesn't seem to affect it.

 

Anybody else had similar experience?

 

Cheers,

 

Ross


Cheers, Ross

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Seems all Cerando G1000's are causing performance issues. Turn off the G1000 and watch frame rate almost double.

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I made some modifications to the G1000 for FSX... it may or may not make a difference in P3D...

 

If interested, send me a PM with your email address.


Bert

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Bert, thanks. Ill give it a try. They also display the same behavior in FSX just not as pronounced.

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The mod didnt seem to make any noticeable performance improvements Bert? I can still switch the MFD off and watch performance increase dramatically. Zoom factor makes a huge difference. Zoomed out is a big performance killer.

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The mod didnt seem to make any noticeable performance improvements Bert? I can still switch the MFD off and watch performance increase dramatically. Zoom factor makes a huge difference. Zoomed out is a big performance killer.

Well it was worth a try.. the mod was more focused on the appearance of the gauge.. but you never know..


Bert

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Perhaps we would get better performance if they fixed the errors.

"They" have stated there are no errors and they have no intentions of fixing.

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"They" have stated there are no errors and they have no intentions of fixing.

 

Unfortunately I know. What's even worse is that those XML errors are not the only ones left...

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Hey,

 

Thanks for the replies guys. Hadn't gotten a response for some time so hadn't checked this post for a while.

 

Pity about the response from Carenado. Looks like this will be the one & only purchase of a G1000 equipped aircraft of theirs I'll be making.

 

Interested to try your mod Bert even if it doesn't fix the stutters. Will send a PM

 

Cheers,

 

Ross


Cheers, Ross

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how are you getting 60 fps with the tbm? I'm running a 4790k with two 970's and I bottom at around 20 in thick weather. 


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Haven't flown it for a while, got sick of the severe stuttering but frames would have been in reasonable weather, not thick, where you would most likely see some issues. I was testing in light conditions to confirm the problem was aircraft related & not sim/weather.

 

P3D 2.4 seems to run a bit smoother for me so I'll probably dust her off again soon & see how it goes. Not expecting any improvement where the G1000 is concerned though unfortunately.


Cheers, Ross

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