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FPS Expectations on i9-9900K and RTX 2080

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Hello community, 

 

I know this topic has been discussed almost always and I am sorry to raise it. Actually I was wondering what would be expectations for fps that I could look for my rig. My PC specifications are: 

i9-9900K (overclocked to 5.0) with HT off

32GB RAM DDR4-3600 

MSI RTX 2080 

Kranken x72 water cooling

NVM.m2 512gb used for Windows 

3TB HDD used for p3d at the moment (planning to get SSDs sometimes early next year for P3D only)

 

I am running the following add-ones:

ORBX Global Base

ORBX Vector

ORBX openCL Europe 

ORBX Buildings HD

ORBX TreesHD

ORBX Germany Sound and North

Aerosoft Mega Airport Frankfurt 

Ultimate Live traffic (set to 40% Airline traffic)

ASCA and AS4

REX Environment Force

 

I am having the following settings on my P3D:

Display

- Resolution 2K

- Image and Texture quality: FXAA Off, AA 8xMSAA, Anisotropic 16x, High

World

- LOD: High

- Tessellation Factor: Ultra 

- Mesh res: 5m

- Texture Res: 15cm

- true

Scenery Objects:

- High

- Medium 

- Dense

- Dense

- Off 

Lightings:

- All shadows set to High

- Dynamic reflection set to Low

 

Traffic:

- Road traffic only set to 15%

 

However, when I use FsLabs 320 on AS EDDF, I barely get around 20fps, is this normal for these settings matching with my system and add-ones? If any hints where I could improve, would be highly appreciated! 

Also, I read somewhere, ORBX Vector could impact the performance, is this true? 

 

PS: I am using only 2K not 4K. 

 

Thank you, 

Omar

 


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My first gut suspicion is that Orbx Germany is where your most significant performance hit lies.

First step in troubleshooting performance problems is to identify whether it's the CPU or GPU that's maxxed out.  What settings and software you'd then look at will depend on that.

 


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I would also suggest you try and delete the cfg file so it can regenerate.  It’s very easy to get something in there that bugs your whole setup. Just remember your settings so you can put them back


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@w6kd actually I noticed most times my CPU is maxxed out. My gut feelings tell me as well something to do with the orbx Germany as well. However, I was wondering if other folks here experiencing similar issues with similar setup to mine.

@micstatic I have no idea how many times I did that, besides deleting the shaders folder

 

Honestly I am kinda clueless here 🙄


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What is your refresh rate?  What about settings for in sim FPS,VSYNC etc.  


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Sorry forgot to mention this. My refresh rate is 60hz. Before I was setting the frames to unlimited with vsync on. Now I am using RTSS to limit the frames externally to 30fps in combination with FPS dynamic which I have to say it did improve the performance to some extent. However, I am just wondering if this what my system is capable given the settings and the addones 

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2 hours ago, omarsmak30 said:

ORBX Vector

ORBX openCL Europe 

ORBX Germany Sound and North

These 3 will be hardest hitting on the FPS front.

Cheers, Rob.

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29 minutes ago, Rob_Ainscough said:

These 3 will be hardest hitting on the FPS front.

Cheers, Rob.

Pretty sad. Actually these 3 give the best I have ever seen in terms in the graphics and it will be hard to give them up for performance :(. At the end of the day, you can not have the full pie for yourself 

 


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I didn’t say give them up, just letting you know from your list what will be hard on performance.

Cheers, Rob

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Thanks Rob for the info. Sure, at least this gives me some direction about it. I will try to disable them one by one and see how much improvements they make. Perhaps I can find a good compromise 


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By reading this thread here (in German) https://orbxsystems.com/forum/topic/180969-performance-zwischen-genges-und-openlc-europe/?tab=comments#comment-1575245, as Rob mentioned before, Germany south and north seem to be hungry for fps. I will give a test tomorrow and see what I can make out of this. 


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1 hour ago, omarsmak30 said:

Thanks Rob for the info. Sure, at least this gives me some direction about it. I will try to disable them one by one and see how much improvements they make. Perhaps I can find a good compromise 

Also, you can configure Orbx Vector to not show certain features, which can free up cpu cycles.

Open the Vector config program and experiment.  I'm not at my sim rig right now, but I'm pretty sure I've disabled railroads, tertiary roads, and power lines.  It's a give-and-take for sure.  Outside of Germany North and South, you might be able to run vector with everything enabled.


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12 hours ago, omarsmak30 said:

i9-9900K (overclocked to 5.0) with HT off

Slightly off-topic, but can you explain me why you spend quiet a significant amount of money more to have the i9 instead of the i7 but then turning HT off? I don't get it...


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1 hour ago, AnkH said:

Slightly off-topic, but can you explain me why you spend quiet a significant amount of money more to have the i9 instead of the i7 but then turning HT off? I don't get it...

I was just experimenting HT off vs on. As I don't see much difference between both, the only difference that I spotted my CPU runs in a cooler temperature. Anyway I will enable it back soon as I will need it for my other applications 


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