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My OOM Testflight with PMDG-777 completed

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I finally successfully concluded my OOM Test flights with PMDG-777.

 

I will make it my story short.

I advise the following:

 

1- Uninstall Nvidia Inspector. If you cannot uninstall, just delete Prepar 3D profile. During my test flights I realized major OOM problems generated by 4xSGS or 2XSGS settings .

 

2- Find best AM settings. I have i7-5980X (8-cores) and AM settings provided by Steve Waite (Many THX)

 

Just completed KEWR-PANC (TOD to Landing it was IFR conditions) over 7 hours. After landing Available VAS still remain 1.112 GB

Conclusion: NO MORE OOM

 

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I finally successfully concluded my OOM Test flights with PMDG-777.

 

I will make it my story short.

I advise the following:

 

1- Uninstall Nvidia Inspector. If you cannot uninstall, just delete Prepar 3D profile. During my test flights I realized major OOM problems generated by 4xSGS or 2XSGS settings .

 

 

Does SGSS have anything to do with VAS? I never was led to believe that it did. Framerates yes, but from what I understand, it doesn't add to VAS issues related to OOM's

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Hi Ahmet

I always used Fsuipc to save my flights at regular intervals.with the release of Prepar3d 3.2 ,i don't have to save anymore.

Now i look forward to Pe11e releasing his tool for shadows and ground textures.things have never been better :smile:

 

   steve

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Josh,

 

When I reduced 4x SGSS to 2X I gained available VAS, but still during the final leg I reached OOM.

Then I deleted P3D profile from NV Inspector. OOM problem solved.

 

I think P3Dv3 doesn't work with NA Inspector well. ( It is my opinion)

 

I never had over 1GB available VAS in any PMDG-777 long distance flight. AS you see in my screenshot after 7Hours flight, my available VAS still 1.112GB.

 

Steve,

 

"Pe11e releasing his tool for shadows and ground textures" This will be an interesting tool.

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