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Operate W10x64 with 3 x GTX770 GPU.  FSXSE.

Can anyone tell me how FSX defines the GPU's in the settings?  I see Nvidia GTX770.0 to Nvidia GTX770.4.

This suggests 5 ports, whilst I have 6 (7 if you count the native graphics port).  Its the same in the .CFG.  I have an issue where the same machine ran FS9 with 5 screens of views/panels, but if any FSX view/panel is shifted to the monitors on the #3 GPU the sytems thinks about it a bit, then FSXSE does a CTD with a g2.dll error on appcrash.

Is it that for some reason the program is not 'seeing' the #3 GPU (which runs vpilot/vatspy/ anything else fine) and if so, is there a way anyone could tell me how to get it to be recognized by FSX, please?  I have gone through the CTD guide and the twaeks guide, but cant see any clue there.

 

Regards,

 

Mike

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This topic sounds like you are rehashing your FSX and GPU topic in the Hardware forums.


Charlie Aron

Awaiting the new Microsoft Flight Sim and the purchase of a new system.  Running a Chromebook for now! :cool:

                                     

 

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Very true Charlie, problem is I have a 770 GPu sat there doing nothing except crash my FSX (or playing golf - I dont know)  and cant get an answer.  I am sure someone must be able to suss it.  Call it desperation...........Apologies for breaking the rules.

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