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P3D v3 Disappearing lights when watching at them

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Hello dear forum members, recently i've noticed a weird thing in my P3D, which may have been before, but i didn't see that. So, the problem is about night flying. When flying at night time, there are lots of lights, traffic, scenery, etc.., and, when I look at these lights straight, I don't see them until i come about 6-9 miles to them. BUT, when I look at them with my "side vision", those lights are nice a clear. Here's a pic of this thing happening. Hope for your help. Thank you

 

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Viacheslav Pyrih

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From experience, runway lights and night lighting problems have often times been the result of graphic card drivers. Nvidia in particular. Try a different graphics driver. I haven't had that problem in the last year or so, but for a while before that the problem was fairly wide spread.


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I thought it was just to do with LOD within P3D?


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From experience, runway lights and night lighting problems have often times been the result of graphic card drivers. Nvidia in particular. Try a different graphics driver. I haven't had that problem in the last year or so, but for a while before that the problem was fairly wide spread.

 

Tried 376.52 and 378.62, the problem stays. Thank you for your help


Viacheslav Pyrih

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it also happens with ai traffic navigation lights!

ye, It does


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Are you sure it's not random clouds interfering?

 

 

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Are you sure it's not random clouds interfering?

 

 

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Absolutely, I've tried to discover this thing many times, and every time it happens. Whenever the object is straight ahead of me, it can't be seen lighting, but as soon as I turn my head away to look forward, I can nicely see the object lighting with my "side vision" 


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My potato: CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K 4.0GHz | GPU: MSI GTX 1070 Gaming Z 8108 Mhz | RAM: Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 2400Mhz | MB: MSI Z170A Tomahawk | Cooling: be quiet! Shadow Rock Slim 190 TDP | HDD: WD 1TB Blue WD10EZEX | PSU: be quiet! Straight Power 10 600W

 

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