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GTX 1060 with P3D V3.3

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I currently have a 750ti and I am hopefully getting a new GPU for the holidays, a GTX 1060. I've got an OC AMD FX8350 running at 4.3 GHz. Will the 1060 increase my frames drastically in P3D? I currently get about 25 in the QW757 cockpit at IAD, with ASN, Rex, Flightbeam, etc.

 

 

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Simple answer... NO it wil not. 

 

The problem is not your GPU but your CPU. It isn't fast enough. And that sounds weird, but I once had an AMD running at 4.4Ghz and when I switched to Intel I had 30 percent more frames at 3.2Ghz stock speed. Then I OC'd to 4.2 and I now have twice as many as on the AMD setup.  So I reckon the best Holiday treat would be a new MOBO and CPU. 

 

To put things in perspective... 

 

When I'm not at home and I want to fly... I fire up the Surface Pro 3 (tablet) and get 30fps in the QualityWings 757 VC on an 2.2Ghz Intel i5 with onboard graphics. 

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The problem is not your GPU but your CPU. It isn't fast enough.

 

How? Is it because I have 8 cores instead of 4? 

 

 

 


So I reckon the best Holiday treat would be a new MOBO and CPU. 

 

Kinda hard to change my list 5 days from lol

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It has to do with the CPU architecture and the way it handles the data. Intel CPU's just do a better job when it comes to ESP based platforms.

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It has to do with the CPU architecture and the way it handles the data. Intel CPU's just do a better job when it comes to ESP based platforms.

 

I thought P3D was more GPU based than CPU, the main reason I switched was for an upgrade for my GPU. My CPU isn't even a year old. 

 

Most people I talked to said this would be a huge upgrade and performance boost for P3D :(

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