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AMD Smooth Motion Frames with Prepar3D

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seems to work ok for me! AMD users should definitely try this out!

get about double the frames from before, although they suggest the base frames should be 60+, it looked pretty smooth to me when i was under that.

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Hello Level7. Did you find any artifacts when using P3D (either v4 or v5) with AFMF?

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How did you get it working? For me it keeps saying "Inactive: Incompatible with the game's display mode.", even though VSYNC is off and P3D is fullscreen... :/ What P3D version did you try this with?

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On 2/19/2024 at 10:31 PM, dgo86f11 said:

How did you get it working? For me it keeps saying "Inactive: Incompatible with the game's display mode.", even though VSYNC is off and P3D is fullscreen... ūüėē What P3D version did you try this with?

P3D is not a true fullscreen program, it is actually borderless window which may not work with Smooth Frame.


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I'd believe that. However, Nvidia Inspector's half refresh rate V-sync (or 1/3 or 1/4) works for me, despite being just a borderless window. I don't remember what did I set in Display options, but I can share tonight as soon as I get back to my rig.


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Luis Hernández 20px-Flag_of_Colombia.svg.png20px-Flag_of_Argentina.svg.png

Main rig: self built, AMD Ryzen 5 5600X with PBO enabled (but default settings, CO -15 mV, and SMT ON), 2x16 GB DDR4-3200 RAM, Nvidia RTX3060 Ti 8GB, 256 GB M.2 SSD (OS+apps) + 2x1 TB SATA III SSD (sims) + 1 TB 7200 rpm HDD (storage), Viewsonic VX2458-MHD 1920x1080@120 Hz, Windows 10 Pro. Runing FSX-SE, MSFS and P3D v5.4 (with v4.5 default airports).

Mobile rig: ASUS Zenbook UM425QA (AMD Ryzen 7 5800H APU @3.2 GHz and boost disabled, 1 TB M.2 SSD, 16 GB RAM, Windows 11 Pro). Running FS9 there... sometimes on just battery! FSX-SE also installed, just in case. 

VKB Gladiator NXT Premium Left + GNX THQ as primary controllers. Xbox Series X|S wireless controller as standby/travel.

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I used P3D v5.4. I used the AMD driver overlay to see the enhanced frame rates which was roughly doiuble the Shift+Z frame counter. It was enabled in whatever P3D full screen was by pressing Alt+Enter.

Because I prefer to fly windowed I didn't test it out too much. I didn't immediately notice any graphical glitches.

I've also used this a bit with MSFS and also haven't found any significant glitches.

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