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Random Texture Problem - FSX

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I'm having a problem in FSX currently. Everytime I try to fly, after about an hour or some time passed since I've departed, I have these random textures popping up as I pan around the cockpit and trhe outside view, and it basically blocks my view from anything else in the sim. I've tried researching this issue and have tried multiple solutions but none have worked. I am currently running DX10 with SteveFX's scenery fixer. I'm also running ORBX Global, Vector, FS Global 2010 mesh, along with most ORBX terrain regions.


One of the solutions I've gotten is to set water textures to high, which I've done after it was on low, but even since I've set it to high 2.x, the problem continues to occur.


Here are my BufferPools settings in my FSX.CFG




Here's a picture to show you what it's doing:




Those settings run great for performance. My GPU is an AMD R7 260. If anyone else knows anything on this subject, please chime in and assist if you can, I would greatly appreciate it.





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