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Richard Sennett

P3D V2 is very nice

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Ok Guys took a quick shot working on AA as I am using nvidia control panel - I have fps locked at 30 and it is pinned at 30 with a ton of clouds - this is getting very interesting anyone who is thinking about P3D I would do it in a second as it is very impressive - the only thing to me seems its very dark looking and the water is not good but other than that its sweet - also I changed my affinity mask from 15 to 254 huge difference - rock solid - this is the only thing I have added to my p3d cfg file - more flying less tweaking

 

Oh and I have never seen such crisp not blurry terrain ever in flightsim

 

 

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Hi forgot to mention I use the Estonia migration tool worth every penny - started to try and manual install some stuff but could not get past the installer without fsx installed even with fake exe in P3D folder - thank you


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Hi-what exactly did the affinity mask change do?


Also, which weather engine are you using?  Great shot!


Forever indebted to the late Michael Greenblatt of FSGS.

 

 

 

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Placed this at the end of my cfg file - this is the only change to my stock p3d cfg file

 

[JOBSCHEDULER]
AffinityMask=254
 
As you have a 6 core that number would be different and you would have to search for your correct number
 
What did it do - well I just about gave up on simming was a slide show with any clouds - so what the heck read a post tried this and bam rock solid 30 fps almost everything max except for cloud shadows as my fps cut in half with them on
 
Oh I use opus but have not tried it with p3d working well - this was a stock scenario from orbx once you load any of there products, but yo can go into customize and play with that also.

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Hi Richard,,

 

Your pic is awesome. I just purchased the P3d a few weeks ago but unable to get a proper setting. Would you mind if you share your Nvidia settings on the Nvidia Inspector and also the settings of your P3d please? I am totally lost in dealing with P3D. I also tired installing the Aerosoft Airbus X but that don't work either. Its just been sitting on my HDD and i cant do anything about it.

Your help is greatly appreciated Sir


Regards,
Gizmo05


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What are you using for a video card ? I am not using NI - I am using just nvidia control panel trying to keep the complexity out of P3D from what I heard they are working on better Anti-aliasing so not going to worry about that right now - all I did was add 

 

[JOBSCHEDULER]

AffinityMask=254
 
to my P3D CFG file thats it like a new friendly sim now - I have a 4.0 overclock right now - crank my fans on my water cooler and I am good to go - you need the Estonia migration tool as I just found out with an installer for P3D I still needed this tool, I plan on using this tool to install the AXE also - thats about it really
 
Try this first and do a search for the best AM number but you have 4 cores so 254 might work for you, if it doesnt help just ask - turn off your cloud shadows they will kill you
 
Keep in mind I do have a titan gpu which helps

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Thank you for your reply Richard,

 

I am using a Asus 780Ti with a CPU running at 4.4(OC) and Corsair liquid cool. My AM is  84. Where can i get the migration tool?

 

Regards,

Gizmo05


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"Great Pic, Which license did you purchase?  thx crl"

 

I purchased the Academic - the watermark is hardly noticable - thanks Guys


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Thanks, Richard!


Forever indebted to the late Michael Greenblatt of FSGS.

 

 

 

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