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GTN 750 A2A P3D huge FPS drop? (not the GTN) (resolved)

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I installed the wonderful GTN750 and 650 together today in my P3DV4 A2A Bonanza. Without them I get 28 fps at EHGG, with them i get 14 fps at EHGG.

That is disappointing, of course I tested with and without, same result a few times.

Now I read that I can adjust the Realityxp.GTN.ini file.... but there can I find it? I read this

; sets trainer process CPU: 1 to 32 (0: last core, -1: automatic).
CpuAffinity = -1

on the forum. I found two ini files with the same name, one in de documents'\realityxp folder and one in P3D addon folder, but it has lines all empty like this for example:

[SHORTCUTS]
TOGGLE_WINDOW_1 = ALT+SHIFT+1
DTO_1 =
HOME_1 =
VOL_PUSH_1 =
VOL_CCW_1 =
VOL_CW_1 =
FMS_PUSH_1

 

Should I put the above line under those lines? And should I set it to -1 or another value?

 

Whichi ini file should I modify?

 

EDIT: I edited the second one, there the CPUaffinity line exists, I changed to 0 but no result.

Edited by flopdoc

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I have this too, in P3D A2 Bonanza.

CHanged the cpuaffinity setting, but no luck.

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I did some testing: removed the GTN750 and test with the A2A Bonanza: use of this aircraft results in the fps drop, and I suppose not the GTN750!

Excuse me to RXP.

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flopdoc, please check especially the mirror and lighting settings in the aircraft configurator. They can easily have a very huge impact on your fps depending on your setup.

Cheers

T.

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3 minutes ago, Torsen said:

flopdoc, please check especially the mirror and lighting settings in the aircraft configurator. They can easily have a very huge impact on your fps depending on your setup.

Cheers

T.

Oh really? I will check that in a minute, hope it helps!

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