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PMDG 737 NGX LAGING ON HIGH SPEC PC.

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Hi, I have a really good PC, but my PMDG 737 Lags, I only get 10-25 fps in VC. In the outside view it's better.

Here are my specs:

- Intel I7 - 6700k

- GTX 1060 6gb

- 16gb ram

 

I am using FSX Steam Edition. Could anyone help me, I would be very helpful. Despite the lagging doesn't bother so much, it would be nice to get rid of it.

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Hi, I have a really good PC, but my PMDG 737 Lags, I only get 10-25 fps in VC. In the outside view it's better.

Here are my specs:

- Intel I7 - 6700k

- GTX 1060 6gb

- 16gb ram

 

I am using FSX Steam Edition. Could anyone help me, I would be very helpful. Despite the lagging doesn't bother so much, it would be nice to get rid of it.

Nothing sub standard about your CPU and Video. 16 Gb of ram is more than enough. What OS, Is  your FSX Steam Edition installed on. Is it a side by side install with FSX boxed or a stand alone install. If a stand alone install, or otherwise actually, did you shut down any malware, virus, or other apps running in the background? Did you adjust your user control settings to as low as possible and launch all install apps as Administrator? Did you go into RegEdit and delete any and all references that point to FSX prior installs?

Doing all of the above leaves you a clean slate and a solid foundation on which to install FSX Steam or any other FSX variant. That includes the Boxed editions and or side by side installs which do NOT play well together..

 

Choices: Fsx Steam Edition has been re-compiled using a newer more efficient optimizing software set. It is much more efficient at using resources like VAS (Virtual address space) and releases textures and the like which are no longer in focus, frees up a lot of memory not in use. That's a very good thing!

After doing the above If I were you I would make a clean FSX Steam Edition install. If you follow the common sense rules I laid out above you will have NO problems running FSX in a manner that gives you fluidity. FPS is one thing, having a fluid stutter  free experience is another. have seen high FPS with stuttering and tearing etc., no fun in that!

Happy New Year

BaldyB

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Must start with the Intro Manual. It covers settings to use to maximize performance. Frankly your PC seems Aokay to deliver...in my opinion. (Also the forum does require all of had to use first and last names.)

 

Doug Pelton

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Thank you, guys. I am going to try the things you mentioned. And my OS is Windows 10. I will let you know if I still have some issues.

I only use FSX Steam Edition. There has never been installed a boxed version on my computer, since it's very new.

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Thank you, guys. I am going to try the things you mentioned. And my OS is Windows 10. I will let you know if I still have some issues.

I only use FSX Steam Edition. There has never been installed a boxed version on my computer, since it's very new.

One other thing you may want to check. When installing new hardware, I'm sure you didn't forget (I I have momentarily) that many drivers that come on the CD's that accompany the hardware may not be up to date. Mother board BIOS's for example are usually updated often with a new unit or revision. Same for Video and chip set drivers etc. A fair amount of time can elapse between manufacture and user use. These items can have a profound effect on performance sometimes.

Good luck.

BaldyB

Denis Bolduc

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