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5 minutes ago, BlodhemnUK said:

I have taken the screen shots, but Cant remember where I needed to upload images. 

Its gone midnight here in UK, so gonna have to get to bed, but you guys have been legendary helping me out, and I cant thank you enough, i'll check back here in the morning for where to upload images, and any other things to try, and hopefully, ill get this thing running better. 

Once again, thanks to all of you for assisting me. 

Best regards

Rob 

When you post the images, could you post a screenshot of your Task Manager, Performance tab, Memory subtab?  and cpu also?  Probably with the sim running in the foreground.

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3 minutes ago, Mace said:

ould you post a screenshot of your Task Manager, Performance tab, Memory subtab?  and cpu also? with the sim running in the foreground

Sim running in the background, otherwise how will we see all the data from the apps? 😉


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Turn off online traffic!

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22 minutes ago, F737MAX said:

Sim running in the background, otherwise how will we see all the data from the apps? 😉

Sim in the foreground!!  I wanna see his cpu with some load on it, like what the clock is doing.  I also want to see if his memory is running at some lower speed like 2133 or something similar.


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Really, the first thing I would do is disable everything in community folder and test the basic sim. If you can get that sorted, the rest will follow. I suspect you have something running in the bg that is stealing cycles. Agree that an overclock would be a big plus but I'd do one thing at a time. frames this low are not directly related to the cpu clock speed. Something else is going on and a high clock might cover it up but not resolve it. But get the BASIC sim running at speed first.

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..."just one screen. which is a Sony Bravia 4K tv that can run at up 120hz"

 

At how many Hz is yours running?

 


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3 hours ago, sd_flyer said:

Turn off online traffic!

This is a good idea!  I have dialed FSLTL way down to 12 IFR in 50km radius and that is just dandy, and not a huge amount of static traffic either, and it's great.


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5 hours ago, BlodhemnUK said:

Have never OC anything before, so will go watch some vids on what to do and will give that a try. 

I would highly recommend to NOT start overclocking based on youtube videos. 

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4 hours ago, BlodhemnUK said:

Cant remember where I needed to upload images. 

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Terrain LOD should be really no higher than 200 - that will be the biggest cpu hitter.

Then again a 10700k at 3.8 - doesn't it turbo up a bit higher?  You may have to enable XMP in BIOS 

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Get rid of the fluff addons see if that helps. Start from nothing then add things slowly.

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While OC your CPU and enabling XMP might give you more speed it might hurt stability, and more speed doesn't necessarily give you more fps so I would not recommend that at first. Your hardware should give good performance at default speeds.
As others have mentioned, start with the basic sim without community addons, and without VR. Choose a nice quiet region and a simple default AC and you should get >40 (up to 100 over ocean).

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I have a RTX 3090 about 3 months ago MSFS FPS started to drop to about the same. I did a clean install of windows and MSFS. It was a pain in the AS## but worth it and now MSFS is running great

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Instead over starting to OC the CPU, you can try the turbo option in the BIOS.
Next, maybe it's an option to try MSFS in offline mode, without Bing maps, Photogrammetry, and other online functions.
Check internet speed and SSD/HDD speeds.

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