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FPS Expectations on i9-9900K and RTX 2080

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2 hours ago, Pete Dowson said:

With my 210 degree FOV screen and three projectors needing 3 scenery windows, every extra 100 MHz I can squeeze out of the processor etc helps. Multiple windows reduces FPS considerably -- 50% reduction with three!

Sorry, but no. 100MHz is 2% performance difference around 5GHz and as I said, even if those 2% are translated 100% into FPS (which is never the case), it is simply not worth the hassle.

Besides that: if you insist that much on the fact that 8 cores are way sufficient for P3D, then I even wonder more why you get an i9 over an i7... this 4MB cache can not be the whole story, no?

Anyway, offtopic...


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1 minute ago, AnkH said:

Sorry, but no. 100MHz is 2% performance difference around 5GHz and as I said, even if those 2% are translated 100% into FPS (which is never the case), it is simply not worth the hassle.

Please yourself. whatever suits you. I know i get smoother results with the hight CPU clock rates. This is because i am pushing at the limits in order to overcome the performance costs P3D imposes when you have multiple scenery windows. If you are not, then I agree.

3 minutes ago, AnkH said:

I even wonder more why you get an i9 over an i7... this 4MB cache can not be the whole story,

It is not. The 9900 is way more overclockable.

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Also MSFS 2020 down the wing so who knows. I guess its a wallet talking. 

I havent upgraded because of time to reinstall everything down to tweaks for a whole bunch of software in the pipeline afterwards. Might take a whole week.

20fps is low. I manage 25fps with a 4770k and a GTX1080TI but medium settings 

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22 minutes ago, Nyxx said:

You could also now you have done your Orbx Vector tweaks, try even more adjusting you UTL, set the traffic so it has a limit of 15 miles on the ground so any close by airports will not be adding aircraft you have no need for. Also try setting max AI to 25 aircraft max. Last thing is set traffic to spawn in on the ground when your below 10,000ft. I only need UI to make me feel my airports are alive and even with only 25 max aircraft I still have to hold sort and wait for traffic and even big airport were you get all 25 look ok to me and that way you FPS is minimal.

I have Road traffic set to zero around cities even 5 is a FPS hit, but I Have to be more careful on my old PC. 

Interesting and it makes sense actually. I will give a it a shot and sure it will improve my performance as well. Thanks a lot for the hints 😊


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Why do people quote framerates without quantifying anything? The number of variables between the PC systems of each individual user is so high that quoting framerates on your own PC is essentially meaningless without all of this extra information.

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6 minutes ago, Christopher Low said:

Why do people quote framerates without quantifying anything? The number of variables between the PC systems of each individual user is so high that quoting framerates on your own PC is essentially meaningless without all of this extra information.

Well he gave all his setting and PC spec in detail as he opened the topic, so I think we got a good idea. What more extra info do you need?


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1 minute ago, Christopher Low said:

I was not referring to the OP.

I get 43 FPS at EDDF 😉

hehe, having a joke with you 😀

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Totally agree.  Somebody could get 985FPS(kidding) in Boston with an occasional drop to 21FPS.  Smoothness is everything to me. 

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