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Angelo Cosma

Bufferpools=0 And Artifacts When Panning

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Hey guys, I have an i7 2700k OC'd to 4.8Ghz with an EVGA 670 GTX setup with Nvidia Inspector at 8Xs from the PMDG pinned topic. 


When panning around using BP=0 I get artifacts when panning. As soon as I stop panning everything runs great. Only when panning do I see the issue. I have heard of reject threshold but I am not sure what value to set it to, or what the sweet spot is.


Can you guys shed some light on how you come up with a particular value for that, or is my problem elsewhere.


Running single 1920X1200 monitor. 


Full Specs in my profile.



Angelo Cosma
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 

Field Service Representative (SEA) ZSE ARTCC

Intel i7 6700K 4.8Ghz / ASUS ROG Maximus Hero VIII / 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz Ram / EVGA 1080Ti FTW3/ Corsair H110i GTX EVGA 850 Watt Gold / Samsung 850 500gb SSD

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according to NickN, the good reject threshold values are:








with 126976 being the number that he claims to always start with and normally sticks with.  Read his "bible" on the subject of an optimized FSX setup. 

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