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I've been plagued with issues regarding slow loading textures and no matter what I do, I don't seem to be able to resolve the issue. Can anyone recommend a driver that they feel works well with the 1080ti in P3DV4.1? Help would be appreciated. Thanks fellas.

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Hi Howard, I'm using the latest..388.31 , no problems with slow texture loading. no tweaks in the cfg file, and at the moment running 16x Anisotropic filtering setting at 16x in Nvidia Profile Inspector. and frame rate limiter of 31. ( that's in  Global.. not a p3d profile)

in p3d setting sliders are on the high side

I7 -4770 4.4o/c with the GTX 1080Ti....edit   w7

you seem to have had this problem for a while now

bob

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9 minutes ago, onebob said:

Hi Howard, I'm using the latest..388.31 , no problems with slow texture loading. no tweaks in the cfg file, and at the moment running 16x Anisotropic filtering setting at 16x in Nvidia Profile Inspector. and frame rate limiter of 31. ( that's in  Global.. not a p3d profile)

in p3d setting sliders are on the high side

I7 -4770 4.4o/c with the GTX 1080Ti....edit   w7

you seem to have had this problem for a while now

bob

Hi Bob, yes, I have had this problem for a while and can't get to the bottom of things. The only thing i haven't exhausted is trying different drivers. Thanks for the input, very much appreciated. I'll let you know how I get on. Cheers.

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I have the latest ones, did you try locking your frames? Internal locking, not with NI, I solved my slow autogen and blurries like that.

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Most of the time slow loading textures are just from running the sim settings too high, also like mentioned limiting frames helps also.

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3 hours ago, Rockliffe said:

I've been plagued with issues regarding slow loading textures and no matter what I do, I don't seem to be able to resolve the issue. Can anyone recommend a driver that they feel works well with the 1080ti in P3DV4.1? Help would be appreciated. Thanks fellas.

Hey mate, i have exactly the same issues with slow loading textures, and no matter what i do i can't get it fixed either. I am running an i7 7700 stock, gtx 1080, 32 gig fast ram, asus strix mobo running on a fast ssd on w10 pro. I am using 388.31 drivers without any other problems.

Strange thing is that i just re-installed P43d v4.1 yesterday and with default textures i'm not experiencing the slow loading textures and blurries, however once i installed my ORBX scenery, bam slow loading textures etc. I tell you it's doing my head in, us with strong rigs shouldnt be experiencing this, makes me almost want to turn to the darkside and jump ship, it sure takes away the emersion factor big time.

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I'll chime in,  7700k @4.9, 1080TI, 16GB RAM.. same issue with orbx scenery funny enough. Haven't tried to fix it yet. I'm limited in game and have tried outside with NI. 

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6 hours ago, Rockliffe said:

I've been plagued with issues regarding slow loading textures and no matter what I do, I don't seem to be able to resolve the issue. Can anyone recommend a driver that they feel works well with the 1080ti in P3DV4.1? Help would be appreciated. Thanks fellas.

OS version?

 

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using win 10 i have just installed one of the M2 ssd's and i'm very pleased with the speed it loads everything.

i use orbx global.vector,trees,europeLc and addon airports.settings are high.

i don't keep stuff on my drive that are not used ie naLC and any north american addons,until i switch to different areas.

i'm using a I7 7700k @5ghz plus a 1080Ti so i expect it to load quick anyway

 

 steve

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I'm using 388.31.

But. . .

I selected clean install

No Enhancer or inspector (both removed).

Selected "Driver only" on install.

My sys is half of yours.

Locked at 26 fps.

All selections are from inside P3D.

It looks and performs better than I have ever seen.

 

N99WB

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9 hours ago, n99wb said:

I'm using 388.31.

But. . .

I selected clean install

No Enhancer or inspector (both removed).

Selected "Driver only" on install.

My sys is half of yours.

Locked at 26 fps.

All selections are from inside P3D.

It looks and performs better than I have ever seen.

 

N99WB

Hmmm, which P3d version? What do you mean by no enhancer?

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On 11/25/2017 at 10:42 AM, n99wb said:

4.1 and I meant Geforce Experience.

Ah, OK, thanks.

Just installed 388.31 with no improvement in any area  :angry:

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1 hour ago, Rockliffe said:

Ah, OK, thanks.

Just installed 388.31 with no improvement in any area  :angry:

Nor will you. nvidia doesn't concern itself with old games.

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On 24/11/2017 at 11:20 AM, Rockliffe said:

I've been plagued with issues regarding slow loading textures and no matter what I do, I don't seem to be able to resolve the issue. Can anyone recommend a driver that they feel works well with the 1080ti in P3DV4.1? Help would be appreciated. Thanks fellas.

What specifically are you seeing? I thought there was a P3D V4 bug the LM had acknowledged where autogen  texture loading was delayed, resulting in black buildings etc temporarily. Or is your issue something else?

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