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I'd be very interested to know how others get on using NVI with P3Dv3 and what your settings are?

 

I'm struggling to find a good balanced setup.


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Thanks Lee, but I don't see anything on his site about NVI


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You have to navigate to the corresponding page... a little bit of initiative plz. Here we go, next time I am sure you manage it on your own...

 

http://www.robainscough.com/P3DV3_Settings_NI.html

 

Or here, the page with the overviews and links to other settings such as P3Dv3 ingame settings and nVidia Control Panel (NCP) setup: http://www.robainscough.com/Prepar3D_Settings_2.html


Greetings, Chris

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You have to navigate to the corresponding page... a little bit of initiative plz. Here we go, next time I am sure you manage it on your own...

 

http://www.robainscough.com/P3DV3_Settings_NI.html

 

Or here, the page with the overviews and links to other settings such as P3Dv3 ingame settings and nVidia Control Panel (NCP) setup: http://www.robainscough.com/Prepar3D_Settings_2.html

Not really sure the sarcasm was called for, but thank you anyway.


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Yes, I know, it was rather harsh, I apologize. But as a fact, I also had to navigate myself through Robs site, and although not intuitive, it took me only some seconds to end up on the correct subpage.


Greetings, Chris

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His site is much easier to use with Firefox and IE than with Chrome. The hyperlinks don't show up in Chrome


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I have stopped using Nvidia inspector all together as I find it degrades performance, now using Nvidia 3D settings with DSR logic.


Paul Dhanjal

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I have stopped using Nvidia inspector all together as I find it degrades performance, now using Nvidia 3D settings with DSR logic.

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Unfortunately DSR doesn't seem to get rid of the blurries as well as NVI does.


Lee Holdridge

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