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Overall Performance in P3D2.5 after recent Hotfix

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It's one of the most frame rate friendly addons in v2.5 for me.....  

Just goes to show how inconsistant the performance is, that we each see with P3D!      

The T-Duke used to be a heavy hitter for me in FSX, but in P3D2.5 it's super easy on frames at this end.     And the Aerosoft Airbuses ; insanely good performance.

However, the A2A 182 and Cherokee ------------>  much heavier performance (lower frames) in P3D2.5, than I used to see in FSX.

 

Now I am flabbergasted again :)

The A2A is the most easy on the frame rates of all my planes (except the default Maule) in P3D!

And the aircraft I fly the most, it has super smooth flying.

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I am getting 25 fps easily with the 737 ngx...but it stutters a lot..kills the immersion

 

If you have 25 fps something is wrong with your setup. It is so smooth beyond anything i have ever seen

 

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If you have 25 fps something is wrong with your setup. It is so smooth beyond anything i have ever seen

 

Michael Moe

 

The stuttering is in particular strong when looking to the side from the cockpit. No stutter at all with your setup? In fsx that same situation is super smooth.

Any tips on how to get rid of the stutters is appreciated

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So what does rebuilding the cfg file and deleting the contents in the shaders folder do?


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The stuttering is in particular strong when looking to the side from the cockpit. No stutter at all with your setup? In fsx that same situation is super smooth.

Any tips on how to get rid of the stutters is appreciated

Have a look at this one though it is 12942 but and its the same in the NGX

 

:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeQlnkJQabA

 

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vgbaron, on 06 Mar 2015 - 09:10 AM, said:

23fps is perfectly acceptable in P3D *IF* it's smooth.

 

Too generalist a statement. Not true when using TrackIR

Perhaps for you but I always use TIR and have absolutely no issues. If I go below 20fps, it becomes iffy but anything over 20 and it's smooth WITH TrackIR.

 

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Have a look at this one though it is 12942 but and its the same in the NGX

 

:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeQlnkJQabA

 

Michael Moe

 Mike do you mind sharing your NI/Control Panel and P3D settings? 


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