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RTX Frame Generation Utility Feedback

RTX Frame Generation Utility Feedback  

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  1. 1. Please rate your overall experience with this utility based on NVidia card generation

    • I tried it on a 1000-series card and am using it, it's fantastic!
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    • I tried it on a 1000-series card and am having some issues, the jury is still out
      0
    • I tried it on a 1000-series card and found it's not worth the hassle
      0
    • I tried it on a 2000-series card and am using it, it's fantastic!
      5
    • I tried it on a 2000-series card and am having some issues, the jury is still out
      12
    • I tried it on a 2000-series card and found it's not worth the hassle
      4
    • I tried it on a 3000-series card and am using it, it's fantastic!
      37
    • I tried it on a 3000-series card and am having some issues, the jury is still out
      15
    • I tried it on a 3000-series card and found it's not worth the hassle
      6
    • I have not tried it but need to vote in order to see the results!
      18


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Regarding this topic which has quickly grown to 29 pages as of this writing:

There are likely many on this forum like me who haven't had time to try this out and/or read the whole story, but are wondering if it's worthwhile. As with any topic, the 80/20 rule of life might be in effect wherein 80% of the feedback in the thread might be from the 20% of the folks having issues or questions.  But maybe not.  And perhaps the likelihood of success or satisfactiuon is based on what generation of NVidia card you are using.  So if you have any experience, please take a moment to share your experience thus far by selecting the category that best fits your hardware and overall results.  Thank you!

PLEASE NOTE:  Questions, Advice and Discussion of this topic would best take place in the original thread linked above.  Not trying to hijack anything here.  Gracias.

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I voted this way: I tried it on a 3000-series card and am using it, it's fantastic!

But with a caveat. It's fantastic at 24hz and 30hz but not so fantastic at 50hz or 60hz. Ghosting of MSFS overlays and stuttering when panning. Nukem posted on github: "MSFS requires a manual fix from my side. FSR 3 FG doesn't handle all cases DLSS-G can. No amount of settings tweaks will fix it. No ETA." This is directly related to the ghosting of MSFS overlays such as ATC window. So for now we have 0.7.0. But if you use a TV with frame interpolation for display as apposed to the PC monitor you are in for a threat! You can quadruple your rendered frames!😨 No it's true!🤪 Really!🤔 And the image quality is better!🤣 Go try it if you don't believe me.😡

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For starters, panning is worse for some reason than my default method of configuration which is quite good already even at 35FPS.  But worse than that is ghosting when zooming with any 2D window visible is a 1000% show-stopper for me.  I'll continue to see if that is fixed, but at this point have no need for it in its current state.


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On 12/23/2023 at 9:41 AM, FBW737 said:

ou can quadruple your rendered frames!😨

Geez whiz 70FPS isn't good enough eh.  Wasi'chu, as the plains Indians called the white man, which the white man assumed meant, white man.  What it actually meant was, "these folks are greedy, never satisfied..."   Don't tell IanR he'll need to upgrade to RTX5000 🤣


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System:  9900K@5.0gHz@1.23v all cores, MSI MPG Z390M GAMING EDGE AC, Noctua NH-D15S w/ steady supply of 40-60F ambient air intake, Corsair Vengeance 32Gb LPX 3200mHz DDR4, Sabrent NVMe 2Tb x 2, RTX 4090 FE, Corsair RM 850W PSU, Win10 Pro, LG Ultra Curved Gsync Ultimate 3440x1440, TCA Boeing Edition Yoke & TQ, Cessna Trim Wheel, RTSS Framerate Limiter w/ Edge Sync for near zero Frametime Variance achieving ultra-fluid animation at lower frame rates.

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7 minutes ago, Noel said:

Geez whiz 70FPS isn't good enough eh.  Wasi'chu, as the plains Indians called the white man, which the white man assumed meant, white man.  What it actually meant was, "these folks are greedy, never satisfied..."   Don't tell IanR he'll need to upgrade to RTX5000 🤣

Nice quote out of context there. I never said anything about 70fps either.

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Interesting to see the option

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"it's not worth the hassle".

This is what needs to be done:

1 Make a small download and unzip the folder

2 Copy and paste two files and open a registry file.

3 that's it.

To undo

1 delete two files

2 open another registry file.

3 that's it

If that is hassle, then this really is a first world problem.

It works for me, RTSS thinks that the frame rate is doubled
and that's what it says on the tin.

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36 minutes ago, FBW737 said:

Nice quote out of context there. I never said anything about 70fps either.

Oh, well at actual 35, I got 70


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System:  9900K@5.0gHz@1.23v all cores, MSI MPG Z390M GAMING EDGE AC, Noctua NH-D15S w/ steady supply of 40-60F ambient air intake, Corsair Vengeance 32Gb LPX 3200mHz DDR4, Sabrent NVMe 2Tb x 2, RTX 4090 FE, Corsair RM 850W PSU, Win10 Pro, LG Ultra Curved Gsync Ultimate 3440x1440, TCA Boeing Edition Yoke & TQ, Cessna Trim Wheel, RTSS Framerate Limiter w/ Edge Sync for near zero Frametime Variance achieving ultra-fluid animation at lower frame rates.

Aircraft used in A Pilot's Life V2:  PMDG 738, Aerosoft CRJ700, FBW A320NX, WT 787X

 

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I'm not sure exactly what to vote. It worked fine on my 3060 other than the known UI ghosting issues, but DX12 crashes my sim after 20-30 minutes constantly for some reason so I'm not going to use it.

The crashing happens without the FG addon, it's unrelated.

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voted---I tried it on a 2000-series card and am having some issues, the jury is still out.

After i got mine sorted though (my settings), beside the slight ghosting now and again, i went from high settings 30-35 fps to much higher settings some Ultra and after doing some adjustments,  consistant 65-70 fps depending on area and pretty smooth. I had to adjust abit because my RTX 2080 Super vram was riding 98/99 and i could see the stutters start to show, So back some things down a tad and vram rides abput 93-97. but, i think i have it running pretty nicely now.

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