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After a day of testing, I came to the conclusion that the sim is at best in beta state when it comes to flying the included airliners. There are so many stutters / pauses at larger hubs, I don't know where to start. It doesn't have to do with settings, I lowered all of them for testing purposes. It's a hot mess at this point. Of course the included airliners were expected to be nothing to write home about to start with, but just to make that clear, the default 737 in XP11 is an order of magnitude better in all respects.

It will take a lot of patches to make this an enjoyable experience for flying airliners. In this state, it's a clear AVOID.

Just for reference, I am running a 9900K with a OC 1080ti, 16GB of RAM, fresh Windows 10. But as I stated above, these stutters and overall slugishness isn't cured by lowering settings. 

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it all depends on your tech and internet speed..........i have no stutters and high fps(50-100fps) on ultra settings on my 2month old pc.

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My is quite opposite experience. Did you try to install lates Nvidia drivers?

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Try out any of the airliners with a very simple direct flight plan and see if you notice an improvement in FPS. Do the same test with one of the simple GA aircraft like the 152 - complex mutli waypoint flight plan vs simple direct plan.

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7 minutes ago, Colonel X said:

After a day of testing, I came to the conclusion that the sim is at best in beta state when it comes to flying the included airliners. There are so many stutters / pauses at larger hubs, I don't know where to start. It doesn't have to do with settings, I lowered all of them for testing purposes. It's a hot mess at this point. Of course the included airliners were expected to be nothing to write home about to start with, but just to make that clear, the default 737 in XP11 is an order of magnitude better in all respects.

It will take a lot of patches to make this an enjoyable experience for flying airliners. In this state, it's a clear AVOID.

Just for reference, I am running a 9900K with a OC 1080ti, 16GB of RAM, fresh Windows 10. But as I stated above, these stutters and overall slugishness isn't cured by lowering settings. 

I'm downloading now but after using the alpha for quite some time I do somewhat agree that there are unfinished items in the release version....but much has been improved.

As for the airliners that's no surprise....they're default aircraft!  We'll have to wait for 3rd parties.

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2 minutes ago, Colonel X said:

"no stutters and high fps(50-100fps) on ultra settings " 

You're a toy.

While those stats do seem unreal....have you downloaded the latest nvidia drivers?


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14 minutes ago, Colonel X said:

After a day of testing, I came to the conclusion that the sim is at best in beta state when it comes to flying the included airliners. There are so many stutters / pauses at larger hubs, I don't know where to start. It doesn't have to do with settings, I lowered all of them for testing purposes. It's a hot mess at this point. Of course the included airliners were expected to be nothing to write home about to start with, but just to make that clear, the default 737 in XP11 is an order of magnitude better in all respects.

It will take a lot of patches to make this an enjoyable experience for flying airliners. In this state, it's a clear AVOID.

Just for reference, I am running a 9900K with a OC 1080ti, 16GB of RAM, fresh Windows 10. But as I stated above, these stutters and overall slugishness isn't cured by lowering settings. 

Could not agree less.

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10 minutes ago, canuk_22 said:

out of curiosity, what are your specs? 

I added them.

But my point is, this is not a specs thing. Some parts of the sim are performing well and smooth, there's no doubt about that. But the experience at large hubs in an airliner - is just very patchy at this point. 

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15 minutes ago, Colonel X said:

After a day of testing, I came to the conclusion that the sim is at best in beta state when it comes to flying the included airliners.

That was obvious to all of us that have followed development. So yeah, that is correct - but no surprise.

Btw. IMO it is beta in many other regards as well, but I am still fascinated by the overall package and potential.

15 minutes ago, Colonel X said:

but just to make that clear, the default 737 in XP11 is an order of magnitude better in all respects.

Nah... just look at the default FMC. The 737 FMC on XP is pure fantasy.

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Control surface authority & ground effect seem improved with the X-MAS update - thanks ASOBO !!
Keep on improving the AERODYNAMICS and MSFS will be unbeatable! 👍

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Keep your replies civil please. Everyone is entitled to their opinion whether you agree with them or not.

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Just now, tweekz said:

That was obvious to all of us that have followed development. So yeah, that is correct - but no surprise.

Nah... just look at the default FMC. The 737 FMC on XP is pure fantasy.

Probably it was expected, yeah. But you know, I had some hope. 

Not talking about the system depth when comparing the defaults - fly it once and you'll see.

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2 minutes ago, ryanbatcund said:

While those stats do seem unreal....have you downloaded the latest nvidia drivers?

Sure, before I installed the sim. They don't seem to make a difference - these "Game Ready" drivers are a marketing tool more than anything else.

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erm im running a good experience, no stutters whatsoever . 60fps constant in high setting until i hit airliners then around 35-40fps 

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Well when I get through this download I'll be putting my 3900X, with 32GB of ram, RTX2070 Super to test and report back

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