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Prepar3d, will my EVGA GTX 670 work ok?

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I am thinking of getting Prepar3d. My card now is a GTX 670 2gb. Thinking of getting a GTX 970 4gb. Would the 670 work ok for now?


Greg Moore KFMH

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Hi Greg,

 

 

I have an  EVGA Geforce Gtx670 2gb since almost 3 years, and have been running running Prepar3D v2 since 1,5 year.

 

This card is fine and will give very good fps with an out of the box P3Dv2, with all sliders set to dense or very dense.

BUT... I occasionally see some pikes in the sim once FTX Global, Vector and Landclass EU are installed. These same slider settings will show/generated much more then default P3D.

 

So be aware, on heavy load you might experience some pikes, when GPU usage gets saturated.

 

I recorded a video yesterday to show the Bell 407 to a friend.

Download the video from my Onedrive (streaming will not work in full HD) and you'll see the pikes.

http://1drv.ms/18K6081


Regards,

 

Vital Vanbeginne

OneDrive Picture Library: http://1drv.ms/1XJppeh

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