Foxtrot_Sim

P3D V4 Flight1 GTN750 Low performance in the actual GPS interface

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Im using P3D, and I've noticed that the FPS or performance of just the Flight 1 GTN 750 is super sloww. Not the sim itself, I get high frames everywhere, its the actual GPS that is super laggy when flipping pages or entering info.

Anyone else get low performance in the 750?

Also with the GTN650, pressing the knob to change from Comm to Nav frequency does not work. How can I enter nav frequencies with the 650? 

 

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11 minutes ago, Foxtrot_Sim said:

Im using P3D, and I've noticed that the FPS or performance of just the Flight 1 GTN 750 is super sloww. Not the sim itself, I get high frames everywhere, its the actual GPS that is super laggy when flipping pages or entering info.

Anyone else get low performance in the 750?

Also with the GTN650, pressing the knob to change from Comm to Nav frequency does not work. How can I enter nav frequencies with the 650? 

 

Thanks

You need to configure the F1 Gtn to use a different CPU core with more resources available.

Open the F1 configuration tool and find the core settings, pick the last two or all cores, try different settings until you find one that works for you.

Simbol 

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Thank you - that fixed that issue.

Now the other one, when using the GTN 650, how do i enter nav frequencies? when I press on the com/nav knob it just changed the 000.05 value on the frequency for comm. It doesnt switch to enter a nav freq. Its both in the VC and in the 2D pop-up. 

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Did you try the middle mouse button?  I think that will do it

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IDK why I didnt think of that. It's Definitely buggy but it works! Thank you.

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Not sure what you mean by buggy - I'd guess the clickspot is just small for that middle push function.  Also you should be able to push and hold and the stby freq will swap to active.

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