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Is HIGHMEMFIX=1 Needed in Prepar3D?

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This was needed in FSX.cfg.  Is it needed in Prepar3D?

 

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This was needed in FSX.cfg.  Is it needed in Prepar3D?

 

Thanks.

 

In fact you really shouldn't have to touch cfg file at all - unlike fsx

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yup, biggest mistake new users make is to install and then add all the old FSX tweaks. P3D is NOT FSX - many changes have been made and many of the old tweaks are built in.

 

Leave the cfg alone with exception POSSIBLY of FFTF and/or AM.

 

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In fact you really shouldn't have to touch cfg file at all - unlike fsx

 

I agree with two exceptions, the optimize_parts and optimize_clouds settings.

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I agree with two exceptions, the optimize_parts and optimize_clouds settings.

 

Yes optimize_parts for sure but optimize_clouds caused fps loss here

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I went to the FS Dreamteam settings menu and clicked 'save', but it looks like it modified my prepared.cfg. I can see the highmemfix=1. Should i delete this line...?

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I went to the FS Dreamteam settings menu and clicked 'save', but it looks like it modified my prepared.cfg. I can see the highmemfix=1. Should i delete this line...?

 

I would remove it but try it with and without and see if you notice a difference

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