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How do I stop Prepar3d v4 from utilising the settings in Nvidia Inspector? Do I have to uninstall the utility, or is there a way to disable it? I have a persistent microstutter problem in P3D v4 at the moment (annoying as hell), and I want to get rid of it!


Christopher Low

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I dont use NI, not necessary...

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You could reset it back to default on the global setting. (and the P3D setting)

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I would like to be able to disable NVI without uninstalling it, so that I can test the settings built into P3D v4. With all past products (FSX and P3Dv2/v3) I have needed the 4X SGSS AA option in NVI to get an acceptable reduction in texture shimmering on fences/light poles/lights etc. It would be nice to think that I could get away with an alternative option in P3D v4, but I am not convinced. However, I absolutely do need to get rid of those microstutters. They are a one way trip to the land of padded cells for me :laugh:

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Mate, start basic, with a default install, and add stuff in in a planned sequential process. Maybe you'll find it unnecessary to use NI...

You still need a better GPU for AA that tough I'm afraid 😛

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The framerates with DL disabled and 4x SGSS AA enabled are just as good as they were in P3D v3, Kevin. Of course, I would prefer DL to be switched on (since I miss the landing lights on my PMDG planes), but my first priority is to resolve that "microstutter" issue.


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13 minutes ago, Christopher Low said:

I would like to be able to disable NVI without uninstalling it, so that I can test the settings built into P3D v4. With all past products (FSX and P3Dv2/v3) I have needed the 4X SGSS AA option in NVI to get an acceptable reduction in texture shimmering on fences/light poles/lights etc. It would be nice to think that I could get away with an alternative option in P3D v4, but I am not convinced. However, I absolutely do need to get rid of those microstutters. They are a one way trip to the land of padded cells for me :laugh:

If you export your settings in NI, and then reset back to default, at a later time just import the settings again.

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I have deleted Nvidia Inspector (I could not find an option to uninstall it), and I will test the settings available in P3D v4. I will then report back to AVSIM Central :smile:


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16 minutes ago, Christopher Low said:

I have deleted Nvidia Inspector (I could not find an option to uninstall it), and I will test the settings available in P3D v4. I will then report back to AVSIM Central :smile:

Hi Christopher, I think you will need to restore your NCP settings back to default, just check if the NI settings are still there.

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I restored the NVI settings to default before deleting the folder.


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That's good, If you still have a problem reinstalling the display drivers with the '  clean install' option always resets any previous NI/NCP settings back to default.

 

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Any suggestions regarding those microstutters would be very welcome. The "every three seconds" microstutter seems to be still having fun at my expense, even though I have switched off dynamic lighting, deleted Nvidia Inspector, and upgraded to the latest Nvidia 417.35 graphics drivers. I note that others have mentioned these microstutters with respect to P3D v4, so any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

On a side note.....I have just discovered that a new development company called DC Designs are building a virtual version of EGLF Farnborough for P3D (FS Elite news). Early days yet (by the look of things), but a detailed version of this airport would be very welcome on my PC hard disk :smile:


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re stutters Chris..

Whats your monitor refresh rate? set to 25 or 30Hz if you can, then vsync on and unlimited frames with triple buffet if necessary


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4 minutes ago, Christopher Low said:

60Hz is the only option, Kevin.

Not good, pick up a secod hand tv display capable of 25/30Hz - it solves stutters more easily than selling a kidney to get a 2080ti 😛


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