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Hi guys,

Just conducting some pre patch tests and will post my results and I thought id also share with you guys.

So here we go:

Specs: I7 10700k @ 4.8Ghz

            16gb ddr4 corsair @ 3000Mhz

            Corsair 750w RM series PSU

            RTX 3080FE

Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (4k)

All settings on High End default.

A/I traffic is off

Multiplayer is off

weather is set to Broken Pre-set @10am local Uk

And live data streaming is on.

Pre patch results:

EGLL, Heathrow runway 27R

787 default livery.

Sitting on the runway, cockpit view
FPS= 35FPS

10.5GB RAM USAGE

24%CPU

83%GPU

External sitting on runway

FPS= 43

99% GPU

23%CPU

10.5GB RAM USAGE

Rolling down runway for take-off (Cockpit)

FPS=31

65%GPU

23% CPU

10.5GB RAM USAGE

Approach 27R (Cockpit)

FPS= 28-31 Rapid fluctuations. 

86% GPU

19% CPU

12.3GB RAM USAGE.

          

Thanks all for your time.

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Looking forwards to seeing the results. I can imagine we will see a lot of these before vs afters, hopefully all following a similar trend.

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36 minutes ago, Bilal2104 said:

       

Thanks all for your time.

Thank you, this is going to be interesting.

If I may suggest, please also run a test at 2560x1440. The improvements of the new build will be on the CPU side and many people still don't use 4K resolution.

A single test at 4K would mask most of the improvements probably.

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Posted (edited)

@Bilal2104  Thanks for doing this.  Can you just confirm you are running at 4k but with scaling set at 100%?  (I think it looks like you are).

Also, it is only a minor thing, but just to make it easier to check the results afterwards, I notice you have CPU, GPU, RAM Usage the other way around in 'sitting on runway' compared to the other results.

Thanks for taking the time to do it.  The outcome will be interesting.

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10 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

@Bilal2104  Thanks for doing this.  Can you just confirm you are running at 4k but with scaling set at 100%?  (I think it looks like you are).

Also, it is only a minor thing, but just to make it easier to check the results afterwards, I notice you have CPU, GPU, RAM Usage the other way around in 'sitting on runway' compared to the other results.

Thanks for taking the time to do it.  The outcome will be interesting.

Good lookout, ill make sure i put them in the correct order for post reults.

4k@ 100% scale correct

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Looking forward to this. I am getting average 30fps with the 2080 Super 1080p on Ultra, would love to get into 4K territory.


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I jotted down a few of my own measurements yesterday but you're going to generate a more complete report. Look forward to your results! 


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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, Greazer said:

Should use Cavok weather for more meaningful results.

Maybe, but the update might affect cloud performance.  I've done my pre update tests with scattered clouds.  It will be interesting to see the comparisons this evening, though a 70 gb udate is going to take a few hours to download, so I may not find out until tomorrow.

Only another hour to wait 🌝

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27 minutes ago, cianpars said:

Maybe, but the update might affect cloud performance.  I've done my pre update tests with scattered clouds.  It will be interesting to see the comparisons this evening, though a 70 gb udate is going to take a few hours to download, so I may not find out until tomorrow.

Only another hour to wait 🌝

70 GB? From where do you know?


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2 minutes ago, Nemo said:

70 GB? From where do you know?

Pretty sure I read that whilst the update would be around 70 gb, the code replaces a lit of ild code and shouldn't increase the size on disk by anywhere near that amount (20 gb was guessed at).


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The update is less than 50gb 40-43 GB no where near 70GB


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Posted (edited)

40 for base game. Additional 22 gigs for premium from the store. 

YMMV but expect between 50-60 gigs total. 

-btacon

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Yes, 40.29gb downloading now, with 22.92gb mandatory update later.


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Posted (edited)

Pre and post update results- LAX to Downtown L.A-. Baron

In Cockpit

4K all sliders at high or ultra.

Pre Update:

Takeoff 25-30FPS

Circling downtown L.A.

32-45 FPS

Post Update:

Takeoff 30-45 FPS

Circling downtown L.A.

40-46 FPS

Overall 10-20 FPS increase

Massive improvement to loading and unloading times.

Time to load a flight- Less than 10 seconds

Time to Return to Main Menu closing a flight- Less than 4 seconds

Some noticeable improvement to overall smoothness- micro stutters still present.

Specs:

Homebuilt

Water Cooled I7 6700k Skylake 0C to 4.5 

EVGA 2080 ti RTX Ultra

32 Gigs Ram

Evo ssd's

(Edit- This was just with the base update installation)

Still have to update install premium update and any others.

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