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Cannot get the Nvidia Inspector working.

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Hi all.

 

I'm making a switch from fsx to P3D. On fsx I've lock my frames to 20 and set vsync 1/3 of refresh rate, and I'm getting a smooth flight experience.

 

I tried to do it on P3D, created a new profile for it, and selected prepar3d.exe. I did the changes then apply the settings and close N.I. But there's no difference on the sim. My frames are still unlimited and AA is not working.

 

What am I doing wrong?

 

Thanks 

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Not 100% sure but I don't think P3D supports that because it doesn't run in either 100% full screen or 100% window (one of the two). I remember seeing discussions on this but didn't pay much attention, because I don't use that approach. In both sims I just lock to 25fps and be done with it. If I load the graphics just right I don't have stutters.


i7 7700K @4.2, GTX 1060 6 Gig, Windows 10, P3D v 5, and MSFS 2020 and a couple of SSD's

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jimcarell is right, Nvidia 1/2, 1/3 etc. refresh rate vsync only works in Full Screen Exclusive mode which P3Dv2 does not have. Try this: Make sure you have selected an Aero desktop theme, set Nvidia Control Panel vsync to Adaptive and enable the sim vsync + triple buffering.

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jimcarell is right, Nvidia 1/2, 1/3 etc. refresh rate vsync only works in Full Screen Exclusive mode which P3Dv2 does not have. Try this: Make sure you have selected an Aero desktop theme, set Nvidia Control Panel vsync to Adaptive and enable the sim vsync + triple buffering.

Tried your suggestions, but still it doesn't working at all :(  

 

Anyway, can you tell me a program that I can limit my frames externally? Because when I limited it in internal limiter, my frames down so much. 

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Limit the FPS via NI itself, work pretty well (for me at least) without the FPS drop penalty.

 

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If you got the newer Driver / GTX Card

you can find it under "Sync and Refresh" section as depicted below

 

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Joel Strikovsky
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