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Best Nvidia Inspector setting for FSX


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#1 MisterA

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Posted 08 December 2012 - 09:06 AM

Hey everyone. I am on the process of upgrading my computer I already upgraded my mother board RAM and my processor. I am currently on An I7 2600K 3.8 8GB RAM Windows 7 64 bit. Fsx Sp2 Nvidia 9800GT

I know off the bat that my video card is not sufficient enough for fsx and I will be upgrading to the 660Ti but for the next few weeks I won't be able to. So my question is how can I set up Nvidia inspector so that I don't loose so many frame rates when I am flying around heavy clouds by REX should I change my anti aliasing settings or does anyone have a recommendation on to what I should set inspector maybe lower my resolution on the Rex clouds to 2048.
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Posted 08 December 2012 - 09:21 AM

Have you seen this guide?

http://forum.avsim.n...f-all-settings/


also this one:

http://www.sim-outho...SX-11-July-2012

Definitely try lowering the cloud resolution. 2048 looks great. I'm actually using 1024 REX clouds, they look fine to me.

#3 MisterA

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Posted 08 December 2012 - 10:56 AM

I have not seen those. Thanks il definitely tune down my clouds to 2048 and in not enough il take them down to 1024. Thanks for the help
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 05:01 AM

Look for Kosta's tuning guide to:

http://kostasfsworld.wordpress.com/fsx-software-and-hardware-guide/

for a different approach in tuning and a slightly different NI setting. For me still the best one.
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:38 PM

Look for Kosta's tuning guide to:

http://kostasfsworld.wordpress.com/fsx-software-and-hardware-guide/

for a different approach in tuning and a slightly different NI setting. For me still the best one.


I have seen this. Thanks for the input. One thing I have to notice is that he mentions on a part that during some settings he also is seeing his PC go below 30 FPS. Meaning that I am in the right track to getting it right and with my current video card considering he has a GTX 580 and I a 9800GT.

Most of the time I am averaging about 35 FPS but sometimes like with the NGX and at JFK with AS2012 and REX clouds with overcast conditions is averaging about 20-25 FPS So considering its is not that bad.
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