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Hello everyone first my computer is :

 

AMD FX 8350 4.0GHz

GTX 750 Ti

GSKİLL 8 gb 1866MHz

650W PSU

ASUS M5A97  R 2.0

 

First ı was getting 20-30 fps then I reinstalled windows and now I'm getting only 20 fps not more Fps is locked to 20 It 's not dropping as well. I didn't installed any third party products except pmdg 777&737ng .And the strange thing when I overclock the cpu to 5.0ghz fps drops to 10-15 fps.I'm using xxxxx's guide.I'm using nvidia inspector too.

 

How can I get rid of this annoyig problem? 

 


sorry ı opened two same topics due my bad internet I refreshed forum two times 

sorry again.


Berke Karakın 

 

from Turkey

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Does the FPS drop with any aircraft, or just PMDG? An FPS hit should be expected with the NGX or 777. 

 

Also, do you have water cooling in your system? Your FPS may drop when you hit 5.0 ghz because it heats up too much.


Thanks,

Kevin L

 

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Hello Tatave

You are right I checked the temps and the proccessor was 50 C at idle  :o  :o

 I changed my thermal paste and the temps are OK thank you very much.


Berke Karakın 

 

from Turkey

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And I want to add an important thing. Don't set your scenery compelxity too high , dense is OK 

 

I  set it extremely dense ı was getting 15-20 fps

 

then I set it to dense and I'm getting 24-30 FPS with ORBX FTX GLOBAL + VECTOR +OPENCL EUROPE +REX+TAXI2GATE LTBA+AİRBUS X/PMDG 737/PMDG 777


Berke Karakın 

 

from Turkey

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There is a good post by NickN where he explains how to install MSI Afterburner.  If you have additional fans installed in your PC case it will help cool your system at full load.  My temps are around 55°C when running FSX.

 

Copy and search for the following:

 

DRIVERS - NV INSPECTOR - FSX.CFG - COMPLETE GUIDE

 

The part you want to read is near the bottom.

 

Robert


\Robert Hamlich/

 

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I have the exact same computer but I don't get over 25 fps in the NGX on default scenery...Is it possible that you share your cfg file ?

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What kind of drive do you have FSX installed on? An SSD or plain hard drive?


Jeff Thomson

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Should try defragging it. I personally use either Auslogics or MyDefrag.

 

There's an old saying that a chain is only as strong as the weakest link. In terms of hardware, the hard drive (especially one that is heavily fragmented) can drag the rest of the performance of FSX or Windows down. That's essentially where it all starts with FSX, because all the textures are pulled from the hard drive first.

 

Kind of like this:

 

Hard drive->RAM->CPU->PCIe bus->GPU.


Jeff Thomson

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