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Hey all,

 

for some reason my PMDG 737 and 777 look so grainy compared to some of the videos i watch on youtube (i dont know how to attach pics). any help on how to correct this will help.

My PC:

ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING

Intel Core i7-6700k 8M

CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2133 (PC4 17000)

ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 STRIX

FSX Addons:

-GSX

-GSX LAX HD

-FS2CREW

-PMDG 737/777

-ACTIVE SKY

-REX 3 OD

-Vpilot

 

 

Thanks,,

 

TIM

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1 hour ago, Tboktor said:

(i dont know how to attach pics). 

 

Pics are definitely needed to describe the problem. In case you don't know how to take a screenshot, press the 'V' key. The screenshot will be saved in your 'Libraries/Pictures/[Flight Simulator X or Prepar3D] Files' folder. Make a free account on imgur.com and upload your picture. Copy+Paste the url into your post and the picture should embed itself automatically. 

Failing this, you should be more descriptive. What do you mean by 'grainy'? Like, anti-aliasing is bad? Does something like static appear on the plane? (etc...) I can't make out what you're talking about tbh.

Also, before long a moderator (or self appointed unofficial moderator) will come along and tell you to post your Full Name, First and Last, on your posts (yeah, I don't like this rule personally, but rules are rules. The goal is to foster a more friendly atmosphere and stop those who pirated the planes from getting support). I figured I'd post some help attached to my nag, which sometimes doesn't happen around here :cool:. Be sure to read all the pinned rules to make sure things go smoothly from here on out.

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or  use  the  snipping  tool  if  you  want  a  precise area   you want  to post

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18 hours ago, hamoody said:

Pics are definitely needed to describe the problem. In case you don't know how to take a screenshot, press the 'V' key. The screenshot will be saved in your 'Libraries/Pictures/[Flight Simulator X or Prepar3D] Files' folder. Make a free account on imgur.com and upload your picture. Copy+Paste the url into your post and the picture should embed itself automatically. 

Failing this, you should be more descriptive. What do you mean by 'grainy'? Like, anti-aliasing is bad? Does something like static appear on the plane? (etc...) I can't make out what you're talking about tbh.

Also, before long a moderator (or self appointed unofficial moderator) will come along and tell you to post your Full Name, First and Last, on your posts (yeah, I don't like this rule personally, but rules are rules. The goal is to foster a more friendly atmosphere and stop those who pirated the planes from getting support). I figured I'd post some help attached to my nag, which sometimes doesn't happen around here :cool:. Be sure to read all the pinned rules to make sure things go smoothly from here on out.

 

do you see how the info on the MCP or the screens are blurry. It requires me zooming in for it to become clear

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3 hours ago, Tboktor said:
do you see how the info on the MCP or the screens are blurry. It requires me zooming in for it to become clear

Hard for me to tell in the screen shots but do you have in the settings menu Display-Aircraft tab "High resolution 3D cockpit" ticked in the box?

Are you using nHancer or any tools for anti-aliasing or anisotropic filtering? If so, what settings?

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And since you are in full screen mode, does your FSX Resolution match or resemble your Windows

Resolution?  It looked like everything was fuzzy in your screenshot.

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