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I quick test flight or two ... I turned VSync OFF towards end of video to get an idea of frame rates and tested with the A36 and F22.  Primary focus was to see how well the Titan X did at 4K while recording at 4K and using 8X MSAA while flying thru clouds.

 

 

Settings used: http://www.robainscough.com/P3D_Titan_X_4K_Set.html

 

Add-Ons:

 

FSUIPC

RealAir Turbine Duke

Orbx NCA

Orbx KSQL

Orbx KPSP

Orbx Vector

ASN for weather

REX Soft Clouds

FSGlobal Mesh

GoFlight

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Cheers, Rob.

 

great video Rob - so whats your thoughts on this card ?


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so whats your thoughts on this card

 

Good, nothing earth shattering ... seems less affected by AA settings especially thru clouds.  Texture LOD seems to resolve faster, FPS when Vsync off is up 25% relative to the same settings with the Black

 

I haven't tried to operate at 60Hz yet, but based on my light weight aircraft (or the Q400) I think I could lock at 60 with lots of add-ons and high graphics settings.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Nice video, only looked at i briefly but will look in more detail later on.

 

One thing I would like to ask, what is the GPU load if you check the built-in monitor in NI? Reason I ask is I checked this yesterday and was surprised to see my GPU load was at 99% constantly and I'm using a original Titan coupled with a 4770K @ 4.5 GHz.


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Oh come on, it's not fair.  How are you able to get smooth performance while i struggle to get 10FPS is it all down to my AMD card?  My settings within P3D are more conservative than yours, the only setting i have higher is resolution and running the A2A 182 from Orbx Oban, i get around 10FPS.


Ian R Tyldesley

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Oh come on, it's not fair.  How are you able to get smooth performance while i struggle to get 10FPS is it all down to my AMD card?  My settings within P3D are more conservative than yours, the only setting i have higher is resolution and running the A2A 182 from Orbx Oban, i get around 10FPS.

 

I think you hit the nail on the head.  It's well documented that AMD and FSX/P3D do not dance well together (they dance, but they won't win any competitions!!).


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rob vids like this are evil to those of us with inferior hardware :( Keep them to yourself in future will you please?

 

(only kidding :P)

Good, nothing earth shattering...

 

...I think I could lock at 60 with lots of add-ons and high graphics settings.

lol what would it take to impress you Rob? My rig only puts out 20fps on a good day!


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Beta tester for: UK2000; JustFlight; VoxATC; FSReborn; //42

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lol what would it take to impress you Rob? My rig only puts out 20fps on a good day!

 

100 FPS everything maxed out would do it


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100 FPS everything maxed out would do it

That's what will happen with P3D being 64bits :)

 

A Titan X to is powerful enough to run like Crysis 3 (much more advanced) or anything else in 4k maxed out with solid +60fps


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Now I looked through the complete video and very nice indeed, some parts are really amazing!

 

I see you're using REX Soft Clouds, how do you like them compared to the default clouds that come with P3Dv2.5? In FSX I was using AS2012 clouds and always found them very good but now with P3D I haven't decided what clouds to use. Would in a way be happy not having to install AS2012 into my fresh P3D installation.

 

Then looking at your settings I noticed the terrain shadow slider is at 0 and vegetation shadow cast/receive boxes are not ticked and yet in your video it looks like you have terrain/vegetation shadows 03:30 into the video? Or maybe it's just me not knowing yet what these kind of shadows in P3D are supposed to look like.


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Beta tester for FS2Crew and HiFi Simulation Technologies

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That's what will happen with P3D being 64bits :)

 

Won't make much difference, i know there is a line of thought on here that 64-bit will solve everything, but in reality all it will do is allow the program to address more than 4Gb of RAM.


Ian R Tyldesley

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Yeah, seriously guys.. soon 64bit will cure cancer too. -.-

Rob, thanks for sharing the video and your impressions with us!

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