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Display Settings with I7 4790K systems- Curious

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I have a new I7 4790K system with GTX970, curious on what peoples settings are in FSX.  I think I am trying to max outt oo many items and paying the price at bigger cities.  Chicago I only get around 9-12 FPS, with minor stutters.  I have FSDreamtteam and US Cities Chicago.

 

Just curious where similar systems are placing there display settings at?  


I have a new I7 4790K system with GTX970, curious on what peoples settings are in FSX.  I think I am trying to max outt oo many items and paying the price at bigger cities.  Chicago I only get around 9-12 FPS, with minor stutters.  I have FSDreamtteam and US Cities Chicago.

 

Just curious where similar systems are placing there display settings at?  


Anthony Neumann

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That's a rough combo for any rig - that's Aerosoft's city product right? With tons of extra buildings? Is your cpu overclocked?

 

What about third party AI?

 

Scenery can be maxed , but keep ai cars and ai in General very low, like 10-15%. Water 2xlow, highmemfix, turn off bloom and self shadowing unless using dx10. Disable thermal visualization. Clouds max draw to 60 miles etc

 

You configured with NVIDIA inspector?


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Yes its Aerosofts city, I have UT2 as my traffic.  I like the cars and have that setting at 20% I will try to lower that too.

 

I will lower water setting as well.

 

Yes I configured with NVIDIA Inspector, at least I think so.  I used the profile from Simforums.  I assume that works right when it detects FSX running.  What settings are you following on NVIDIA Inspector?


Anthony Neumann

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Is your cpu overclocked? You may as well clock that beast to 4.8 if you have a good cooler.


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no OC, not sure if I feel comfortable with that.  Right now I played with some of the traffic settings and water settings that did help.  Running smooth, just Chicago takes a toll right now with Aerosoft and FSDreamteam, most other major cities runs very well, cant be happier to finally fly FSX with some eye candy and smoothness.


Anthony Neumann

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Water 2xlow

Ryan, in view of the fact that cropduster is running a GTX970, if it is a 3 to 4g card, wouldn't he be better off running water at 2xhigh and using the BP=0 tweak? Also I assume that if using EI, that the 1/2 refresh rate setting is in use. Won't increase FPS, but definitely helps with the stutters.

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Maybe with BP, but that never worked for me.... Stability issues


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| i7 4790K@4.4GHz | 32GB RAM | EVGA GTX 1080Ti | ASUS Z97-Pro | 1TB 860 Evo | 500GB 840 Evo Win10 Pro | 1TB Samsung 7200rpm | Seasonic X750W |

 

 

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