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If you post performance figures including CPU, GPU and system RAM it’s extremely important you also include screen resolution. Failing to do so makes your numbers meaningless.
Hi all, I hope I'm posting in right section. Problem with running FSX-SE. I have a good 6 month old Dell Aurora R5, i6700, 3.4 GZ, 3 monitor setup, GTX 1080ti, don't have exact specs in frt of me, but I had it built decent for FSX. Recently, I cannot get the clarity part of the graphics that good, that is my main complaint. I understand on 3 monitors I shouldn't expect the same clarity/resolution as single monitor. I have tried some reputable tweaks, both in fsx.cfg and in Nvidia. I have purchased Steves Direct10 which helped decent amount. The only way the picture seems clear is on the center screen with overhead view, looking down, only then does the ground scenery look clear, otherwise looking out to distance & to the sides it appears blurryish, almost like a painting. I even tried changing the cfg LOD setting from 4.50000 to 6.0000, but did not change anything. Other points- I have the inside FSX autogen & scenery set to sparse. 6 months ago I upgraded from the 1070 to the 1080ti, but in the fsx.cfg file there is old 1070 text/file there, not sure if that's an issue. Also, after loading FSX the main page which used to have advertised photos of Steam sales & things like that on it, is gone, its just red & black text. To clarify, the VC & the aircraft itself looks great, its just the ground scenery, looks like a water painting unless doing birds eye view from above. Not sure what to do. I've read about deleting everything & then reinstalling, but I'm worried about loosing Direct10 & my Orbx. Any help I'll appreciate, Wish there were FSX field agents in every town that did house calls lol. Thanks very much.
Looking at 1080Ti cards with an eye on possibly VR in the future. For video ports card manufacturers either have: 2x HDMI + 2X DP or 1X HDMI + 3X DP Q1) Why the difference, I thought 2X HDMI was needed for VR? Q2) Does this effect max total resolution for multi-monitor setups?
Hi to everyone, It's my first post here because you guys solved me the other problem that I had, so, for that, a big thank you. But now I've encountered a problem that no one seems to have, and I'm recurring to you for help. I'm running P3D Pro Plus v3.3.5, on my laptop, a Dell Inspiron 7559. I know that Desktop PCs are better, but I'm also a University Student and I needed a laptop, so I decided to buy one to play P3D on medium settings. My specs are: i7-6800HQ - 2.6 - 3.2 Ghz GTX960M - 4GB DDR5 16GB RAM P3D on a SSD 4K monitor (15.6'') The thing is, if I run it fullscreen (either completely fullscreen or "windowed fullscreen") I get around 20-25 FPS on the Aerosoft Airbus, in a payware scenery (e.g. JustSim Linz), with broken clouds and REX4; at 4K resolution. But, if I go into windowed mode and shrink the window about 20%, I get like 30-40 FPS. I thought that it was the result of the "lower resolution" that now I was having on my screen, so I decided to change it to 1920x1080 to prove my point. I did that but nothing changed, the figures were the same. I even plugged an external 1080p TV to see if maybe the downscaling was causing this issue, but to no avail. Exactly the same as above. I'm really confused. If someone need some screenshots or files to see what may be wrong, just ask, I'll be in the library with my PC studying Thanks in advance, and a special thanks to the admins of AVSIM for keeping this FS knowledge database alive. Gabriel Barresi