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Low fps P3D and high vas

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So my game P3D V3.4 is lagging and having high VAS and I really don't know the issue I will post my specs and settings below, Thanks for help.

CPU= i5 6600k clocked to 4.5ghz

GPU= GTX 970 G1 gaming Gigabyte

RAM= 16gb

MotherBoard= Asus Z170-P

 

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I forgot to add that I have addons 

Active sky 16 and FTX but i can't use them all becuase it's lagging...

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At least your CPU load looks toally normal to me, it's roughly the same I see. Core 0 runs at 100 %, that's the one doing all coordination, the other cores do texture loading only and are called by core 0 with ~60 %. Granted, this perhaps isn't the optimum but it's the way the present Prepar3d works.

I also think your settings are pretty much okay.

Maybe there is an issue with your overclocking which I can't help with as I never overclocked my CPU.

Kind regards, Michael


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I don't think it's the overclock becuase before I had it even worse anything to do with the cpu %?

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As I told you: I see the same CPU %. Not sure what your issues are, but I get (with very few exceptions) overall stable 30fps (limited by my screen refresh rate) and no VAS issues (that last fact may be caused by the fact I only fly GA planes and have outsourced a lot of stuff to a networked machine).

The first suggestion would be to start by a new prepar3d.cfg (make a backup first).

Kind regards, Michael


MSFS, P3D Professional 5, AeroflyFS2, XP11; Beta tester of SimStarter, SPAD.neXt, and FS-FlightControl

Intel i7-6700K 4.0 GHz / Asus MAXIMUS VIII RANGER / Kingston 32 GB DDR4 / Samsung SSD M.2 500 GB + Samsung SSD 1 TB +  4 TB + WD HD 6 TB / EVGA GTX 1080Ti 11 GB / LG 34UM95 3440 x 1440 /  XTOP/Saitek hardware panel / HP Reverb / Win 10/64

 

 

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No AA at all?  Are you using nVidia Inspector with this config?  If so, you have to make sure the in-game AA is set to a value consistent with your NVI settings.

What do you mean when you say the sim is "lagging?"

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If lagging means low frame rate, then frame rate and VAS are not related. Also VAS is unrelated to your system specifications, it is a value fixed by P3D being a 32-bit application and the amount allocated depends mostly on your settings and sceneries.  I suggest you review the AVSIM Guide for Prepar3D, it is a good place to start.


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