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MajorTom

White Terrain Above 8500 MSL

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I've got a very annoying problem with white terrain showing up anytime I climb above 8500 feet. As you can see in the attachments, the white terrain is below the aircraft; terrain and sky above the aircraft is fine. As soon as I descend below 8500 feet the terrain is fine. First attachment is above 8500; second is below 8500.Sliders are at default which are all on low with autogen and traffic off. Scenery complexity is sparse. I'm getting solid 13-15 fps away from major airports without any blurries or stutters.I've updated to the latest Nvidia drivers (91.47), tried FIBER_FRAME_TIME_FRACTION edits from 0.13-0.53. I'm also using Ken Slater's FS AutoStart to maximize resources with my very low end hardware.Anyone else experiencing this issue? Any ideas besides upgrading my hardware?

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>I've got a very annoying problem with white terrain showing>up anytime I climb above 8500 feet. As you can see in the>attachments, the white terrain is below the aircraft; terrain>and sky above the aircraft is fine. As soon as I descend>below 8500 feet the terrain is fine. First attachment is>above 8500; second is below 8500.>>Sliders are at default which are all on low with autogen and>traffic off. Scenery complexity is sparse. I'm getting solid>13-15 fps away from major airports without any blurries or>stutters.>>I've updated to the latest Nvidia drivers (91.47), tried>FIBER_FRAME_TIME_FRACTION edits from 0.13-0.53. I'm also>using Ken Slater's FS AutoStart to maximize resources with my>very low end hardware.>>Anyone else experiencing this issue? Any ideas besides>upgrading my hardware? Check with the folks at www.guru3d.com. They are technially very good and might know of other drivers for you to use. I use the 92.91 from guru3d.

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Thanks, Jim! It is a haze layer; clear weather eliminated it. Between my low end hardware and low weather settings it looks like a problem with the sim instead of haze.Thanks again my friend! :-wave

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