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nighthawk65

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Ok was looking for some possible help.  After being visited by our unwanted friend, I wanted to see if I am doing something wrong.  I have ensured that I have all of the latest updates and that I am running the latest software.  Ok we go I continue to get plagues on the following flight.  YSSY (Fly Tampa settings to minimal) to KSFO (Flighthbeam).  I am using ASNext with Textures from REX.  Only have California Central and Northern Photo scenery activated.  All other Airports and Photo scenery are inactivated.    I have the FO screens shut off.  

 

My system settings are as follows:

 

Textures: 1024

LOD: 4.0

Autogen: None

Water: Mid 2x

AI Cars, Boats, Ships: 0

UT2 AI Commercial: 60

UT2 AI Private: 0

 

After I depart YSSY my VAS stays steady at approx 2.8-2.9, however as the day progresses into night the VAS slowly climbs and hits the 4.0 mark.  This seems to be common only to this area, I can fly KSFO-EGLL with essentially the same settings, only difference is that when I depart in the night I don't run into the same problem and can make it to EGLL.  

 

 

If you require any further information, please let me know, other than that I am looking for any support to resolve this issue.

 

V/R

Kristopher Plummer

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Have a look at my guild in my sig below. Hope it might help?

 

Having said that KSFO to EGLL is doing well, loading dusk night textures is not going to help.

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I would first run the flight on a stock FSX setup with just the 777, see how that goes. Then introduce half the addons, then the other half. Divide and conquer.

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I can almost guarantee it's your AI traffic.  I have started to have some serious fps issues (and possibly VAS) in P3D, utilizing AI traffic.  I think your AI traffic may be set a little too high.  I have found having commercial traffic at around 30 would be sufficient...just a thought.

 

-Jim

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