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Help with nvidia inspector settings
Posted 27 February 2013 - 04:16 PM
I have just enabled dx10 in FSX and would like the respective nvidia inspector settings please
I have trilinear and AA ticked in FSX
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Posted 28 February 2013 - 07:43 AM
I would like to know the corresponding settings in nvdidia inspector for
Dx10 , as ticked with trilinear filtering , fps locked to 30 fps in fsx.
Also would anistropic be better and what would be the corresponding changes in nvidia inspector...
Thanks in advance.
Posted 28 February 2013 - 08:41 AM
Posted 28 February 2013 - 08:47 AM
My personal opinion? Only enable AA/AF in FSX; go to the Nvidia Inspector and open up the FSX profile. At the top, click on the button to set the settings to the default settings set by Nvidia for FSX, click apply. Go Fly. I just did this recently and my fsx graphics are crisp and clear and I have much higher fps. It was like getting a gorilla off my back. I truly believe the FSX developers set programmed DX10 for FSX to use only the AA/AF internal FSX settings.
Posted 02 March 2013 - 09:12 AM
I followed your instruction and it is smooth, I did however set, vsync and frame limiter in nvidia.
Glad it worked for you too! It truly is amazing how much better my graphics look and how much smoother my sim runs. I don't think FSX and DX10 Preview likes these new-fangled 'tweaks'. I also have my Texture_Max_Load set at 4096 and I'm sure that helps with the graphics too. But, in all my experiences so far with DX10, I have found that it runs better when FSX controls the application settings and not some outsider. Of course, great graphics is only in the eyes of the beholder and what looks nice for some looks horrible for others.
Posted 02 March 2013 - 09:52 AM
in both cases I have a smooth situation.
The only thing is the cockpit with some slight flickering lines for some of the gauges.
I dont know what setting I have to use to get rid of it.
I am afraid that the fps in heavy conditions will go down again.
with the present settings it is all 30 fps whatever i do.
I set this by NI 1/2 the refreshrate.
So it is great but the only thing is the cockpit flickering
Posted 02 March 2013 - 01:33 PM
<br />So it is great but the only thing is the cockpit flickering <br />
You can open up your NI settings with FSX running and make changes on the fly. I would try clamping the LOD Bias setting as that is suppose to reduce flickering.
I have my FSX frames limiter set to 45 and it's amazing how fast my frames get near or to that figure. I still have frames going down in heavy weather near commercial airports but it's better than it was before.
Glad the default setting is basically working for you too.
Posted 03 March 2013 - 03:14 AM
still got the light twinkling of lines in the cockpit and the trees are shimmering.
It is not much and I can get it away with grid but then it cost fps.
so I leave it with the standard NI with only force on in vsync and 45 internal fps
I noticed that the standard comes also with FSAA.
Posted 03 March 2013 - 05:46 PM
if i set it to 45 fps do i need to change then probebly the vsync from 1/2 refresh to force on? and also in fsx itself to 45?
I don't use that vsync and 1/2 refresh to force on. When I say I got the the default settings set by Nvidia for FSX, that's where I'm at. Now today I did a flight and I do get great frames and graphics but I'm not pleased with the external view of my PMDG 737NGX. It looks like AA is not even turned on with jagged lines. During the flight I tried to add 16x AF and tried various AA settings in NI but saw little or no difference so staying with the default for the most part. But, other than that and with other aircraft, I get great graphics and great fps. The only time I suffer with fps is at FSDT KORD and real weather. Frames will drop near the one digits but the sim is still fairly smooth. Once I take off, fps start shooting up to a solid 45 fps until I land. This setup really works for me and I really do not think there are perfect settings that work with everyones computer system and their individual FSX setup. It's a great option to try at least. I may try that vsync setting and see if that makes a difference.
Posted 04 March 2013 - 05:57 AM
starting again from basic nvidia I changed and went to overide and 4x4 3d and 1/2 refreshtime for vsync
thats all and works fine.I use in fsx the normal procedure i.e AA and aniso checked and 30 fps in settings.
Now I can fly smooth with payware aircrafts and orbx in bad weather and stays 30 fps.
Posted 04 March 2013 - 02:38 PM
antialiasing setting= 4x4(supers 3d)
ansisotropic= app contr.
text filtering =high quality
vertical sync =1/2 refresh
I played with the A Setting normally I had 8xS within dx9 but for dx10 this 4x4(supers 3d) was sufficient
and the one who kills really the fps was grid 2x or 4x so I didnot use that one
and this turned out not necessary for dx10
so perfect in my case
Posted 05 March 2013 - 07:50 AM
this is my NVDIA Inspector setting
and work fine
some stting be different and tested NVIDIA GPU and FSX looking DX10
I limit 30Fps NVI and unlimited in FSX
with SLI activated so with on CG are best performing
to FSX trilinear disable is on Antialising
that's my ultimate setting for DX10
Posted 05 March 2013 - 11:46 AM
So in Nvidia inspector some issues are better support for DX9 and overide them but for DX10 they cannot do it in the way fsx dx10 has been made. AA and anisotropic can be best handled directly in the game.
So a lot of tech people find out that it makes a diiference what and where you have to do to make it workable.
Dx10 was after all a trial from MS but due to a lot of people like Steve they made some important fixes.
Posted 05 March 2013 - 08:59 PM
Posted 06 March 2013 - 02:28 AM
if you use 30 fps within fsx and vsync use 1/2 refresh then it is already set.
furthermore you use also userdefined for AF which should be application because you use the checks within fsx
I assume.In mode you should use NONE because you use further in the line enhance and with the behaviour flag you take this away by saying disable enhance.
So infact you could better start from firehawk his standard nvidia and work the way up.
You said you are happy with it but infact what you are doing is , your setup is in fact standard more or less because
what you have filled in will be not used and is contrairy with each other.