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Can you help a new P3D2.4 user with Vsync please?

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Hi folks,

 

I made the 'jump' as it were this evening and bought P3D2.4.    I'm just in the process of setting it all up and generally things were going well, until I came across one BIG showstopper :-

 

I cannot get Vsync working in P3D2.4 under any circumstances.  :(          I'm using an ATI 7850 GB card.

 

I've tried the Vsync settings within P3D2.4, and also the Vsync settings within ATI CCC (and a combination of both), and even downloaded RadeonPro, which I thought was going to save my day ....... but even with the Vsync fix applied in the "Tweaks" page of RadeonPro, I still have dreadful tearing.

I use TrackIR so tearing is hugely more obvious.     In FSX, I have the Vsync fix applied to the fsx.cfg file, which provides perfect Vsync.  I even tried that tweak in the P3D.cfg, to no effect.

 

Can any ATI card users out there tell me how you get Vsync working in P3D2.4 please?

 

Thanks,

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There's a tool called D3DOverrider and this works also for P3D v2.4. You've to Google for it.

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Thanks Spirit.

 

I discovered that the reason, in my case, was because apparantly Win 7 64 when used with an ATI card, requires that Windows Aero is enabled, for Vsync to work in P3D, and I had it de-activated it in favour of a Classic  theme.

I re-enabled Aero and now have perfect Vsync in P3D2.4

Perhaps the D3DOverrider fixes it from another angle, or without having to enable Aero.

Cheers.

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Perhaps the D3DOverrider fixes it from another angle, or without having to enable Aero.

No aero needed with D3DOverrider.

Spirit

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