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AJLedbetter123

P3D Tweaking?

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Evening All,

 

Out of curiosity I've been searching around various forums and I'm struggling to understand if P3D 'needs' tweaking? I've seen several posts regarding 'Infinity Mask - Job Scheduler' - Are any tweaks really needed in P3D?

 

If some of you do run tweaks, what are you using?

 

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So far Rob Ainscough has a set of settings on his website that have helped me a lot. I wanted to paste the link here for you, but it seems that I can't do that anymore here on AVSIM. What gives? Anyway search him on Google and you'll find his site with a lot of valuable tips.

 

Lee

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So far Rob Ainscough has a set of settings on his website that have helped me a lot. I wanted to paste the link here for you, but it seems that I can't do that anymore here on AVSIM. What gives? Anyway search him on Google and you'll find his site with a lot of valuable tips.

 

Lee

 

Ah, this is a really good read! Do you also use the Nvidia Inspector settings? I have read that Nvidia Inspector doesn't function correctly at the moment with P3D V2.4 or will his settings also work?

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The Sparse grid super sampling in NVI has to be used, especially with 3rd party AC. Somewhere in this forum is a really good guide about what to use in NVI, I'm afraid you'll have to search for it. I have dropped all shadow effects and HDR lighting as they seem to have a hard impact on FPS, and I have a fast Haswell 4770k with a 780ti GPU!

 

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