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Is it safe to use nvidia inspector on P3D?!?!?!?

 

Primarily going to use it for AA stuff.

Specs:

 

i5 4460

GTX 980 Windforce           

730 Watt PSU

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Yes, you can use it, but only SGSS and the framerate limiter ...

For other settings use the NV Control Panel.

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Yes, you can use it, but only SGSS and the framerate limiter ...

For other settings use the NV Control Panel.

Good to know, thanks for the reply

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Use it only for SGSS, changing two parameters (2x or 4x, enhance application settings) as Gerard said. No other tweaks required for P3D.

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Regarding the NVI framerate Limiter :

 

If you have a pc that is strong enough .

 

- P3D set at Unlimited

- Vsync enabled

- Triple Buffering enabled

 

- Monitor refreshrate at 30 or 60 Hrtz

 

- NVI framerate limiter set at 31

 

Now you will have the advantage of Unlimited , but the framerate will be limited to 30...

And no framerate fluctuations between 30 and 60.

 

Don't forget to set Hyperthreading On in the pc bios and add an Affinity Mask in your p3d.cfg file...

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Regarding the NVI framerate Limiter :

 

If you have a pc that is strong enough .

 

- P3D set at Unlimited

- Vsync enabled

- Triple Buffering enabled

 

- Monitor refreshrate at 30 or 60 Hrtz

 

- NVI framerate limiter set at 31

 

Now you will have the advantage of Unlimited , but the framerate will be limited to 30...

And no framerate fluctuations between 30 and 60.

 

Don't forget to set Hyperthreading On in the pc bios and add an Affinity Mask in your p3d.cfg file...

Sorry for late reply, do you type 31 into the framerate limiter !?!?!? because i've seen a vid where it tells you that you need to find the hex value

 

Use it only for SGSS, changing two parameters (2x or 4x, enhance application settings) as Gerard said. No other tweaks required for P3D.

Thanks for reply, the only thing I have done more was changing the texture filtering quality and the texture filtering trilinear optimization, these were done based on a vid made by 'Brenden Quinn' . I haven't encountered any problems so far.

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