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Need help with my fsx.cfg

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Hi all,

 

Some months ago I updated my computer.
​Old one was a i7 2400k, mid-end amd gpu....

 

So went for new config and here it is:

 

ASUS Maximus VII Hero

Intel I7 4790K running at 4.8Ghz

32GB of DDR3 (4x KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX)

500GB SSD EVO 850

And last but not least:

EVGA GTX980 AC2.0 (4gb)

 

First installed windows 8.1, but when I tried to play FSX steam edition, things looked realy bad. I wasn't able to get it in widescreen for some reason.

So after a while I thought to give it a shot with windows 10, because I realy wanted it running again.

 

It has been a while since my last tweaking, so started searching some tweaks again... But for some reason i'm messing up.
​When I test the game and look at GPU-Z. Memory of the GPU stays the same, there is no load, only the clock and memory speed go slightly up.

 

Used Nvidia configurator to set texturing and AA options... Or should it realy be nvidia inspector?

 

These are some options I tested with in fsx.cfg (So don't have to put all of .cfg in here:

[GRAPHICS]
HIGHMEMFIX=1
TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=4096

[BUFFERPOOLS]
POOLSIZE=0
BufferPools=1
UsePools=1
RejectThreshold=126976 
Poolsize=490000000

[JOBSCHEDULER]

[DISPLAY]
TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=40
UPPER_FRAMERATE_LIMIT=40

[Main]
FIBER_FRAME_TIME_FRACTION=0.15

[DISPLAY.Device.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980.0]
Mode=1920x1080x32
Anisotropic=1

[SCENERY]
LENSFLARE=0
DAWN_DUSK_SMOOTHING=1
IMAGE_COMPLEXITY=5

[TERRAIN]
LOD_RADIUS=5.500000
MESH_COMPLEXITY=100
MESH_RESOLUTION=23
TEXTURE_RESOLUTION=27
AUTOGEN_DENSITY=4
DETAIL_TEXTURE=1
WATER_EFFECTS=7

Is there anybody who can point me to the right direction or even better with a smooth running .cfg with a kinda identical system?

 

For those who respond... thx already! :)

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In FSX.cfg, less is better. Firstly, I don't believe you need any bufferpools with your video card. Secondly, If you aren't already, you should try DX10 with Steve's DX10 Fixer. I did and I'm not looking back.

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