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pauls20

FPS decrease when cruising

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Hi everybody. I'm actually having some issues with my FSX, and I hope you can help me to solve them up. Normally, when I load up my aircraft (I usually fly with the A320X) into any airport, I get around 25-30 FPS. I've got my FSX.cfg file tweaked and I use an external FPS limiter and a program called "Razer Game Booster" which optimize the computer to clean up all the operations working at the moment to use all the CPU with the FSX. 

 

The issue is that when I load up the aircraft the FPS are pretty good for me (I can fly without any problem or lagging) but as soon as I get closer to a cruise altitude, my frames come down to around 12-14 FPS, until final approach, approximately.

 

I'm running FSX in a Sony Vaio, Intel Core I7-4500U @1.80Hz with turbobooster to @3.20Hz, 8.00GB RAM, and Windows 8 (x64bit).

 

It could be great if you could help me to solve this out! Thanks! 

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