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Great Problem with intel processors I3 vs I7

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Hi to all,i have and I3 4360 (3,70GHZ) with 8GB RAM and GTX750OC.My fsx performs not bad at all (i get 30 fps in some addons airports and fluctuating from 24-25 to 30-35 fps sometimes).I have a tweaked bojote´s FSX.cfg

 

Recentrly i decided to get a brand new I7 (4790 at 3.6GHZ up to 4.00ghz when in turboboost mode).The surprises was after install the new i7 my fsx performs bad,(with the i3 i get better frames).Now with i7 y have 15-18fps.

I tried to tweak affinity mask to 14 and some other values,i tried to disable HT on BIOS and check a lot of parameters but without good results.

 

Finally i decided to put i3 again and the system goes into 30-35fps range again.

 

Whats wrong with this?any tweaks i´m loosing?.It´s suppossed i7 4790 3,6ghz performs better than i3 3,70ghz or not?.

 

 

And finally other question,with the "good processor" (i3) is normal get sometimes drops in frames? i get 34-35fps in dense airports or in cruise but sometimes drops to 23-24 and quickly goes up to 35fps again....any tweak for this also???.

 

Thanks in advance i think if i solve those problems my fsx will get rock solid fps.

 

Alex.

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Are you certain that in both cases FSX is using the nVidia card? Results you give lean towards FSX not using the 750 when the i7 is installed.

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Hi,i don´t understand very well this...I have W7 64bits and all installed(FSX,addons) the only thing i have is plug the new processor (I7) and see all is ok.Then i go into windows open fsx and the FPS problem comes.Is supossed to be more quickly and I7 3,6ghz than an I3 with 3,7ghz in FSX.???

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