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FS9 Stutters with Quad core: really?

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Hi there.
Somone please help me.

 

This is really crazy. I suppose to have a good PC and a good graphic card as well, but the simulator does stutters. One each minute. :fool:

 

The configuration is AMD Q10 quad core 3.8GHz (4.2GHz ) 8Go of RAM and Nvidia 780GTX 3Go   2 Matrox TreapleHead2Go  6 monitors LENOVO and the simulator is FS9. This computer is set for the outside view.

I tested in FS9,  all the graphics settings back to minimum. And the stutters was still there, one each minute. :Hmmmph:

 

Now I try to find out if the problem come from the fs9.cfg :Cuppa:
If nothing is find here I have to work on the Nvidia settings which makes me freaking out as I know nothing about it.

I've followed all the Nick bible recommendations. Except for the AMD.

 

Thank you so much

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Hi.

 

Three things come immediately to mind...

 

The first is that it's morning here and I haven't quite woken up yet.

 

The second is that FS9.exe is coded to run on only a single thread, so any other cores can't do more than take other work (like external weather programs). FS9 works on cycles of a fixed set of tasks; if that core is overloaded then everything will stop until it's caught up. I think some tasks are what might be called critical and will cause a delay while others may just be dropped until the next cycle. From experience I'd say that loading photoscenery textures is a non-critical task which is why photoscenery may not show up for a while. I think some aspects of AI traffic are critical -- lots of AI is one cause of stutters on a weak system (like mine).

 

The third is that if you suspect a bad line in fs9.cfg, move it (not copy) to a different location (same as deleting and making a backup). When you start a new flight, FS9 will build a new basic cfg file. The stutters probably won't happen. Inside FS9, start increasing resolution, mip mapping, AI traffic, cockpit complexity et c. one by one until the stutters start again.

 

Best regards,

Dave

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How is performance when running in a single monitor, instead of the 2xTH2G, 6-monitor setup? Set-up in this configuration and, after ensuring smooth performance, then extend to the 6-monitor layout.

 

Also, are you sure FS9 is using the 780GTX GPU and not the A10 (I never saw a Q10 AMD CPU) inbuilt GPU?

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GPU and not the A10 (I never saw a Q10 AMD CPU)

 

My apologie Luis Hernandez it's AMD A10 5800

 

Here was the first test 

 

 

 


The third is that if you suspect a bad line in fs9.cfg, move it (not copy) to a different location (same as deleting and making a backup). When you start a new flight, FS9 will build a new basic cfg file. The stutters probably won't happen. Inside FS9, start increasing resolution, mip mapping, AI traffic, cockpit complexity et c. one by one until the stutters start again.

I will work on that next week-end
as even if all the settings are at "0" stutters still occurds

 

 

wilco

Imhotep

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Hi,

Last weekend while tests goes on I didn't notice any significant change. The only thing that did a slightly better smooth was after an O&O defragmentation.

 

It might be possible the problem comes from the Nvidia configuration.

 

Well, this gone be a tough one.

 

I will post some pictures later

 

All the best

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Hi Imhotep, your settings are almost identical to mine, in fact mine are slightly higher (I have my hardware lights and a couple of other settings at 100%). I have a 6-core CPU and I still get stutters too. I'm doing a lot of GA flying at less than 5000ft, and the stutters happen while my AI aircraft (also at 100%) are spawning at nearby airfields, and then the stutters go away again. Knowing what causes it, I can put with it.

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As mentioned above -- multi-core CPUs weren't really a thing when FS9 (or even, to an extent, FSX) was released. I suspect MS developed the code based on what had been true up to that point -- the assumption CPU speeds would continue to increase over the years and therefore over time the hardware would catch up with the software and when we were all running 8GHz CPUs we'd be able to whack the sliders up with impunity. In that regard, it was no different to any other MSFS release -- generally the software was slightly ahead of the hardware available at the time but soon enough the hardware caught up.

 

Unfortunately, CPU development went in a different direction -- so we currently have roughly similar clock speeds to what was available at the top end a decade ago, but instead have multiple cores to spread the load. Neither FS9 (especially) nor FSX (that much) were optimised for this situation, which is why performance still isn't that great.

 

However, given the regularity of your stutters -- do you happen to have FSUIPC (and particularly Autosave) by any chance?

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Dear Skelsey,

 

You make the point.

But take a look at this one:

http://fspassion.canalblog.com/archives/2008/10/22/11061148.html

 

I might become crazyyyyy, just take a look of benchmark: :fool:
http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650-vs-AMD-A10-5800K

 

It doesn't make any sens.

 

For the moment, did this:
- Re install FS9

- install ground environment

- install fs global

- install aerosoft EGLL

- install aerosoft LFPG

- install aerosoft EBBR

- Re place my FS9 config

- Re place my Nvidia config

- on going O & O Degrag (it will take 20h00)

 

wilco :wink:

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No good news.

 

After 22 hours of O&O defrag, Stutters are still there.

 

Maybe FSX needs to be uninstall too.

I'm missing something. But what????

 

so stuck down here

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No good news.

 

After 22 hours of O&O defrag, Stutters are still there.

 

Maybe FSX needs to be uninstall too.

I'm missing something. But what????

 

so stuck down here

If the stutter happens at exact 60 second intervals, it is not FS9, but some other process on your computer that is running at regular intervals and either momentarily hogging the CPU, or causing a disk access that is interfering.

 

Do you have a wireless network card in your computer? I had one once which would re-scan the local wifi network environment at exact 1-minute intervals. It had a poorly-written driver, which would cause the CPU load to spike to 100 percent every time the card did a new network scan.

 

Also, if you use FSUIPC, check its setup menu to insure that its autosave option is turned "off".

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Totally shutting down any firewall, internet, virus protection should be the first thing to do. Make sure nothing is attempting anything like starting an automatic scan.

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Thanks

 

After a quick check on Task Manager, there is no wire less program running.

The PC2 is completely dedicate to Flight Simulator, there is no anti-virus no
firewall and no automatic update thanks to Nick's Bible of FSX

 

Also, some other stuff were closed by iobit advanced systemcare

 

For the FSUIPC, I didn't find were is the "auto-save"

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Hi there,

 

I'm assuming that you have FS9.1 and not just FS9.

 

Ok, on that assumption, find and download a program called CFF Explorer (http://www.ntcore.com/exsuite.php)

 

Follow instructions to install it.

 

Once installed, open your FS9 folder and find the FS9.exe and right click it.

 

http://s1058.photobucket.com/user/RichDutt/media/CFF3_zpsj4d164tc.jpg.html?sort=3&o=2

 

When CFF opens, click File Header, then click 'click here.

 

http://s1058.photobucket.com/user/RichDutt/media/CFF1_zpschkdbbb0.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1

 

When you have done that, ONLY tick where I have shown.

 

http://s1058.photobucket.com/user/RichDutt/media/CCF2_zpsw932h0lc.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0

 

Then save it.

 

What you have just done basically, is tell the computer that FS9 can use more memory than it thinks.  Not sure, read the site I gave you.

 

My FS9 runs like yours without it, and that's on Win 7, i7 12 gig ram, GFX 640 2 gig ram.

 

Good Luck

 

Rich

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Thanks you RichD, :smile:

 

 

I will try it probably today.

Maybe this will be interresting.

Check this out, it looks like my PC2
fire up many process. Actually too many.

 

Capture01.png

 

Capture02.png

 

 

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That's not an unreasonable number of processes. I regularly run with around 60-80. You need to enable the "CPU Time" column to see which are consuming the processor, and you need to see what's going on at those 60 second intervals. That's likely the cause of your problem.

 

Cheers!
 

Luke

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Your processes seem fine as mentioned above and if you uncheck "Show processes from all users" you will see less as the duplicates won't show. You do first want to make certain nothing on your system outside of FS is causing the stutters. Quickly scanning your process list, things like O&O and whatever the malware thing is I would disable these totally and then check FS. It's these kinds of system tools that can often create the biggest headaches.

Edit: Just looked again and also found the advanced system care process. All this type of stuff disable and then try FS.

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I it's been a long time.

Sorry about that.

 

There are a good improvement.

After installing the CFF Explorer

I fire up FS9

Infinity masks to "0"

Priority to "High"

O & O defrag

 

It's not perfect, maybe I need to work on FS9. Cfg

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What is the top resolution of your monitor/tv.  FS should be the same.

 

NI profile, try just 8 instead of 8S.

 

Can you post your cfg so we can take a look.

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Finely I get ride of the stutters thanks to config in FS9config.

Especially :

+ TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=210

+ TERRAIN_DEFAULT_RADIUS=3.700000
+ TERRAIN_EXTENDED_RADIUS=3.500000

+ //TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024

 

and it default put it back to

+ TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=512

 

 

and thanks to this topic

 

the result is quite good, but not top max.
maybe because of the CPU, I don't know.

 

 

 

i7 would be better, frankly I don't know


Hi RichD

 

Here is the FS9.config

 

[PANELS]
IMAGE_QUALITY=1
UNITS_OF_MEASURE=0
QUICKTIPS=0
PANEL_MASKING=1
PANEL_STRETCHING=1


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WindshieldPrecipitationEffects=1
MinGustTime=10
MaxGustTime=500
MinGustRampSpeed=1
MaxGustRampSpeed=200
MinVarTime=5
MaxVarTime=50
MinVarRampSpeed=10
MaxVarRampSpeed=75
TurbulenceScale=1.000000
DefaultVisibility=0
DynWx_MedianDewPointSpread=10.000000
DynWx_ProbCloudFormForMedianDewPoint=0.000500
DynWx_MaxDewPointSpread=50.000000
DynWx_ProbCloudFormForMaxDewPoint=0.000125
DynWx_ProbCloudFormForMinDewPoint=0.100000
DynWx_DryTempLapsePer1000Meters=9.000000
DynWx_ProbCloudFormForDryTempLapse=0.000500
DynWx_MoistTempLapsePer1000Meters=3.300000
DynWx_ProbCloudFormForMoistTempLapse=0.040000
DynWx_MaxProbCloudChangePerMinute=0.040000
DynWx_MultiplierForDynamicWeatherLevelMild=0.500000
DynWx_MultiplierForDynamicWeatherLevelNormal=1.000000
DynWx_MultiplierForDynamicWeatherLevelHigh=3.000000
DynWx_MultiplierForDynamicWeatherLevelExtreme=10.000000
DynWx_TempChangePercentageForOvercastClouds=0.750000
DynWx_TempChangePercentageForMinDewPoint=0.700000
DynWx_MaxTempChangePerMinute=0.060000
WeatherServerAddress=fs2k.zone.com
WeatherServerPort=80
WeatherGraphDataInDialog=0
DynamicWeather=2
LOADWEATHER=1
MAX_UNLIMITED_VIS=160934
CLOUD_DRAW_DISTANCE=7
3D_CLOUD_PERCENT=100
DETAILED_CLOUDS=1
CLOUD_COVERAGE_DENSITY=8
CloudsImpostorRingRadius=112000.000000
MAX_UNLIMITED_VIS=64000

//==================================== we stopted here
[iNTERNATIONAL]
ASLAT=2
ASLON=0
MEASURE=0


[MISC]
COM_RATE=7
LOG_TIME=0
FOREIGN_TRANSLATOR=0
LOG_FILE=


[sTARTUP]
DEMO=0
LOADSIM=1
LOADWINDOW=1
SHOW_OPENING_SCREEN=0
STARTUP_DEMO=


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FULL_SCREEN=0
PERFORMANCE_MODE=0
DEF_PERF_MODE=7
TEXT_SCROLL=1
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WATER_EFFECTS=2
TERRAIN_USE_VECTOR_MAP=1
TERRAIN_USE_VECTOR_OBJECTS=1
EFFECTS_QUALITY=2
GROUND_SHADOWS=0
SMOOTH_VIEW=1
IMAGE_SMOOTHING=1
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//TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024
COCKPIT_HIGH_LOD=0
AIRCRAFT_SHADOWS=0
LANDING_LIGHTS=1
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TEXTURE_BLDG=1
TEXTURE_GND=1
TEXTURE_WATER=1
AIRCRAFT_TEXTURE=1
SEE_SELF=1
TEXTURE_QUALITY=3
LOD_TARGET_FPS=21
NUM_LIGHTS=6
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INDASPD=0
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Torque=0.000000
GyroEffect=0.000000
CrashTolerance=0.000000
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AutoCoord=True
RealMixture=False
StressDamage=False
GEffect=False
ManualLights=False
GyroDrift=False
CrashWithDyn=False
CrashDetection=0


[CONTROLS]
KBDAIL=64
KBDELEV=64
KBDRUD=64
PAN_RATE=400


[uSERINTERFACE]
MAP_ORIENTATION=2
PAUSE_ON_LOST_FOCUS=0
PROMPT_ON_EXIT=0
SelectFlightLevel=0
SelectFlightTitle=1
PageID=4
OpenATCOnCreate=0
SITUATION=C:\Users\PIC\Documents\Flight Simulator Files\TEST VIEW FINAL 002


[sOUND]
SOUND=1
SOUND_FADER1=0.000000
SOUND_FADER2=0.000000
SOUND_FADER3=0.000000
SOUND_FADER4=0.000000
SOUND_FADER5=0.000000
SOUND_FADER6=0.000000
SOUND_QUALITY=0


[DISPLAY.Device.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780.0]
Mode=3840x1024x32
MipBias=8
TriLinear=1


[DISPLAY]
UPPER_FRAMERATE_LIMIT=30
//TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=60
TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=210


[TERRAIN]
TERRAIN_ERROR_FACTOR=100.000000
TERRAIN_MIN_DEM_AREA=0.000000
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IMAGE_COMPLEXITY=3
DYNAMIC_SCENERY=1
DYN_SCN_DENSITY=5
DAWN_DUSK_SMOOTHING=1
SUNGLARE=1
LENSFLARE=1


[AIRtoCONTAINER]
SIM1=Cessna Skylane 182R RG
SIM2=Learjet 45
SIM3=Schweizer 2-32 Sailplane
SIM4=Sopwith Camel
SIM5=Extra 300S
SIM6=Boeing 737-400


[APL]
CACHE_WAV_FILES=1


[TrafficManager]
TrafficDensity=90
IFROnly=0
EnableAirline=1
EnableGeneralAviation=1


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ShowLabels=1
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HideMenuFullscreen=1


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SESSION_NAME=My Session
PLAYER_NAME=Unnamed Pilot
GUARANTEED_MESSAGES=0
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MAX_OBSERVERS=0
TICKS_PER_SYNC=90
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SYSCLOCK=1


[ATC]
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UsePilotVoice=0
ShowATCText=0
PilotVoice=1


[FACILITIES]
COUNTRY=
STATE=
CITY=
GTL_BUTTON=6225


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SLEW_ALTIT_PLUS=81,8
SLEW_ALTIT_MINUS=65,8
SLEW_PITCH_DN_FAST=119,8
SLEW_PITCH_DN_SLOW=118,8
SLEW_PITCH_FREEZE=117,8
SLEW_PITCH_UP_FAST=116,8
SLEW_PITCH_PLUS=57,8
SLEW_PITCH_MINUS=48,8
READOUTS_SLEW=90,9
SLEW_BANK_MINUS=36,8
SLEW_AHEAD_PLUS=38,8
SLEW_BANK_PLUS=33,8
SLEW_LEFT=37,8
SLEW_FREEZE=12,8
SLEW_RIGHT=39,8
SLEW_HEADING_MINUS=35,8
SLEW_AHEAD_MINUS=40,8
SLEW_HEADING_PLUS=34,8
SLEW_RESET=32,8
TOGGLE_AIRCRAFT_LABELS=76,11
EYEPOINT_UP=13,9
EYEPOINT_DOWN=8,9
EYEPOINT_RIGHT=13,11
EYEPOINT_LEFT=8,11
EYEPOINT_FORWARD=8,10
EYEPOINT_BACK=13,10
 

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What is the top resolution of your monitor/tv.  FS should be the same.

 

NI profile, try just 8 instead of 8S.

 

Can you post your cfg so we can take a look.

Dear RichD,

 

What do you mean by :

"NI profile, try just 8 instead of 8S"

 

Thanks

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Sorry for the delay, setting up a new rig :fool:

 

In Nvidia Inspector, Antialiasing Setting = 8s. Try 8

 

Just noticed in your CFG the following;

 

//
//TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024

 

Should be;

 

IMAGE_SMOOTHING=1
TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024

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One of the most common reasons for "regular" stutters is addware in the background trying to log on.

Download a free copy of autoruns.exe. That will show you everything that starts up and will allow you to block stuff that is unnecessary or unwanted. For a while my sim used to pause to desktop until I found some addware that was the culprit and stopped it.

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Sorry for the delay, setting up a new rig :fool:

 

In Nvidia Inspector, Antialiasing Setting = 8s. Try 8

 

Just noticed in your CFG the following;

 

//

//TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024

 

Should be;

 

IMAGE_SMOOTHING=1

TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024

 

Last week I tried this one:

 

[GRAPHIC]

+ TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024

 

[DISPLAY]

+ TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=400

+ TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=320

 

[TERRAIN]

+ TERRAIN_DEFAULT_RADIUS=3.700000

+ TERRAIN_EXTENDED_RADIUS=3.500000

 

 

It looks like it works.

I flew in Calgary. Tomorrow will try LFPG wich is the goal.

Here are some print screen

 

Capture_task_aug_2016.png

 

Capture_task_aug_2016_02.png

 

One of the most common reasons for "regular" stutters is addware in the background trying to log on.

Download a free copy of autoruns.exe. That will show you everything that starts up and will allow you to block stuff that is unnecessary or unwanted. For a while my sim used to pause to desktop until I found some addware that was the culprit and stopped it.

I did every thing I could in msconfig

Let's see how does autoruns help us.

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Hold on, you have got things a little mixed up in your cfg.

Here are the important parts of mine and it works real well.

 

[GRAPHICS]

TEXTURE_MAX_LOAD=1024 // this sets maximum texture size to load. 1024x1024 is max what fs9 can handle and should always be used. Note! Only in the [graphics] section!

 

[DISPLAY]
UPPER_FRAMERATE_LIMIT=62 // this is because it gives a little margin when I use Vsync @ 60hz (fps)
TEXTURE_BANDWIDTH_MULT=120
TextureMaxLoad=8 // Note, this is NOT the same as the texture_max_load in the [graphics] section
 
[TERRAIN]
TERRAIN_ERROR_FACTOR=100.000000
TERRAIN_MIN_DEM_AREA=100.000000
TERRAIN_MAX_DEM_AREA=1000.000000 // Don't know what this does, but it's possible to use high values
TERRAIN_MAX_VERTEX_LEVEL=21 // Because I use NextMAP Europe Mesh which has 19m resolution
TERRAIN_TEXTURE_SIZE_EXP=8
TERRAIN_AUTOGEN_DENSITY=5
TERRAIN_USE_GRADIENT_MAP=1
TERRAIN_EXTENDED_TEXTURES=1
TERRAIN_DEFAULT_RADIUS=3.9 // Keep below 4.0 to avoid tearing in the scenery mesh
TERRAIN_EXTENDED_RADIUS=3.9 // Keep below 4.0 to avoid tearing in the scenery mesh
TERRAIN_EXTENDED_LEVELS=1
 

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