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jaydor

FSX-SE results after rebuild

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Some FPS shots from today's flight over the Basque Country Northern Spain. FSX-Steam:

 

MegaSceneryEarth SPAIN

 

40.1

fps40.1aturias.jpg

 

55

fps55asturias.jpg

 

67 (cockpit shadows)

fps67asturias.jpg

 

106.2

FPS106.2Asturias.jpg

 

114

fps114asturias.jpg

 

110

fps110asturias.jpg

 

This achieved from a total software rebuild of the computer, running Windows7 home edition on a 3.4Ghz cpu. (not overclocked)

 

Steve's DX10 Fixer, A2A c182, REX2, FSX Real world weather. All sliders @MAX

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I find myself returning to FSX:SE quite often to experience high frame rates and a stable platform, and to be able to use all of my addons, just a tad disappointed with P3Dv3

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I find myself returning to FSX:SE quite often to experience high frame rates and a stable platform, and to be able to use all of my addons, just a tad disappointed with P3Dv3

 

Can you tell me the negatives you found using p3dv3? For example if you use Megascenery you are using little autogen and other scenery objects, so your fps and performance is going to be very good no matter the platform.

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What is your processor and video card?

 

Also but total rebuild, I am assuming you completely reinstalled Windows as well ?

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I really love the photoscenery laid out on the mesh. Looks fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

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Beautiful shots!

 

I have been extremely impressed with what DTG has done with FSX. It actually runs how Microsoft was intending (I think). I haven't had a crash on a long haul flight in ages. MS really made me mad when they released FSX 'unfinished'. By the looks of it, another 3-4 weeks, and they could have finished it right...

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