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I've just bought FFTF in the recent sale, as the posts above ask, when will this work in P3D v4.4 to try it out?


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No it doesn't work with 4.4. However, I have contacted them and they expect to have an update this week.


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FSPS FFTF for P3Dv4.4 works very well on my system. I was really amazed yesterday around ORBX LOWI using 5000 feet and 0,50 with unlimited FPS and EXP=9 in the A2A Comanche 250. Wow !

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On 12/14/2018 at 4:56 AM, Michael Moe said:

FSPS FFTF for P3Dv4.4 works very well on my system. I was really amazed yesterday around ORBX LOWI using 5000 feet and 0,50 with unlimited FPS and EXP=9 in the A2A Comanche 250. Wow !

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Michael Moe

Michael,

Until I read your post I was going to not buy the product but now think I will try it out.  Couple of questions first:

     1.  What is “EXP=9?  Is that a setting in FFTF Dynamic or what?

     2.  Is the “unlimited FPS” setting in P3D or in FFTF Dynamic?

     3.  What were the FPS and Altitude limit you used in FFTF Dynamic.

     4.  Did you make any changes in your NVI or NCP settings when you installed FFTF Dynamic?

Thanks for your help.

Garry


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6 hours ago, flytriman said:

Michael,

Until I read your post I was going to not buy the product but now think I will try it out.  Couple of questions first:

     1.  What is “EXP=9?  Is that a setting in FFTF Dynamic or what?

     2.  Is the “unlimited FPS” setting in P3D or in FFTF Dynamic?

     3.  What were the FPS and Altitude limit you used in FFTF Dynamic.

     4.  Did you make any changes in your NVI or NCP settings when you installed FFTF Dynamic?

Thanks for your help.

Garry

Hi 

1. High resulution textures inside P3D UI ticked 

2. Unlimted fps with VSYNC on and 25hz 4k screen here. P3D setting 

3. FFTF FSPS set to 5000 feet and FFTF value set to 0,50

4.Nope. I only have maximum performance and single display mode on in NVI 

Thanks Michael Moe 

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Maybe it's just me, but I swear there was an improvement in FPS and general performance after I started running FFTF Dynamic...

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I have used it and its predecessors for years since it first came out.

It works.

End of story.

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I use it and in certain frame heavy places (LAX) it gives me an extra 7fps or so and makes an other wise stuttery experience smooth. 

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i really wonder if i am the only one who sees no advantage when using FFTF... Tried all settings/scenarios but it seems on my system it is not doing anything


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Every now and then I'll run it for a week or two - I never have seen any change, one way or the other. I think it might also depend on how well balanced your system is. The "tighter" your setup the less change you'll see

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I remember people praising it back when I picked it up and I didn't notice a single bit of difference, neither visually nor performance wise.


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