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4 hours ago, hellmincer said:

Applying the stuff from the guide fixed the stutters offline. I can run a 8x8 dogfight with ground objects on the map just fine, scripted campaign is also good. But online is way worse. For example, on Berloga server, even if there a few people around, I basically have a slideshow, even though FPS is the same 20-25 like in offline. Is it because of the ping or just online specific thing? 

I believe that ping is a relevant factor, but depends that is your Internet speed, so wich is your Internet speed?.

Post a screen shot of your graphic settings and completly computer specs.

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I also think it's because of the internet connection, I also thought that the application of the content of the guide can correct the crush offline only, but I understood after that the problem come from my connection which is a little slow.

 

 

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Sorry for the late reply, but I figured out the solution. The problem was with the power-saving settings of the GPU of my laptop. Now everything is smooth, even on Berloga.

Once the performance issue is gone, the game looks just fabulous. Very, very impressive work.

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Hi

I would like to  know If its better to set the graphics from the nvidia control panel or check the box that says " let the app decide" and set the parameters on the games system/graphics screen?

Precisa, is itens possible to do both?

Thanks

 

Or is It possible to use both?

Thanks

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Set the game up as you wish with the game settings. In the Nvidia control panel add the game exe to the manage 3d settings under program settings. Only thing I changed in Nvidia is set max pre-rendered frames to 1, and power management, prefer maximum performance. 

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3 hours ago, viperGerson said:

Thanks a lot

But why change the max pre rendered frames to 1?

Just seems to make things smoother. IIRC pre-rendered frames that back-up in the queue get dumped if not sent to the CPU (I'm probably wrong). Experiment with it to see if it makes a difference.

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Experiencing stuttering on a powerful rig is frustrating because you know the capability is there but something just isn't right. I built a new pc and had a bit of stutter, especially when panning using TrackIR. I tried every combination of settings I could think of, and even resorted to lowering all graphics, but still the stutter was there. After some more testing, I found the right combination to completely eliminate the stutter with full max graphic settings.

-In game vcync on

-nvidia control panel vsync "adaptive"

i thought these two settings would conflict but instead they have totally fixed all stutter and it feels like a whole new game!

 

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Is there a way to reduce only tree details? 

I've discovered that flying over forests make me loose some FPS.

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5 hours ago, F/JG300_Faucon said:

Is there a way to reduce only tree details? 

I've discovered that flying over forests make me loose some FPS.

Blurred grass, I guess.

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21 hours ago, F/JG300_Faucon said:

Is there a way to reduce only tree details? 

I've discovered that flying over forests make me loose some FPS.

Lower the preset, preset has full control over forest draw distance. Again more settings that I wish we had control over.

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I basically let applications manage most of  graphic settings ( I have enable G-sync compatibility on monitor) 

Looks like I still might have some wiggle room with frame rates/settings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My sys specs:

  • Lazer3D LZ7 Mini-ITX.(amazing case)
  • Corsair SF450 450W SFX Silent PSU/Power Supply.
  • MSI B450I GAMING PLUS AC (Socket AM4) Mini-ITX Motherboard.
  • Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini Graphics Card.
  • AMD Ryzen 5 Six Core 2600 3.90GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail.
  • TeamGroup 480GB L5 Lite SSD 2.5" SATA 6Gbps 3D NAND Solid State Drive.
  • Team Group Vulcan T-Force 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 PC4-24000C16 3000MHz Dual Channel Kit - Grey.
  • Noctua NH-L9a-AM4 Low Profile CPU Cooler- 92mm/NF-A9x14 PWM premium fan.
  • Be quiet 140mm case fan
  • Corsair SF450 450W SFX Silent PSU/Power Supply.
  • Win10 Pro 64 (bought legit for £20 on well know selling site/one install only)
  • AOC Q3279VWFD8 32" monitor (absolute bargain at £200!)
  • HOTAS= MS FFB2 (need to sort out my TM gear and pedals etc)
  • TrackIR 5 (setting up)

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7 hours ago, Slap said:

 

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What exactly is that fan for?

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34 minutes ago, LukeFF said:

 

What exactly is that fan for?

4D!

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13 hours ago, LukeFF said:

 

What exactly is that fan for?

Morning LukeFF

 

The fan is fairly large (140mm in size) and the idea is to have a bigger fan so it can run slower/quieter/shift more air for cooling components inside the case.

The fan does look big because the case is so small also.

Link to case if you're interested: 

 https://www.lazer3d.com/product/lz7/

 

Pic of my case during build:

 

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@J2_Bidua, not a bad idea lol Have the wind blowing in your hair/scalp like in an open cockpit...

 

 

BTW,  I noticed if I stick on V-sync my frame rates turn into a slide show (I am running monitor in G-sync compatability mode). 

 

 

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Updated my settings in game, seems to run smooth, still haven't sorted out TrackIR to test:

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@Slap, thanks, that makes sense now. 🙂 I was thrown off by the USB connections there, which I'd not seen on a PSU before. I've a Noctua fan as well and really like it. 

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24 minutes ago, LukeFF said:

@Slap, thanks, that makes sense now. 🙂 I was thrown off by the USB connections there, which I'd not seen on a PSU before. I've a Noctua fan as well and really like it. 

Yea they are nice fans for sure LukeFF.

When you say PSU, do you mean Power Supply Unit? If so, those 2 usb ports by Noctua fan are part of the front of the PC case and not the PSU.  

A couple of  pics of build with rest of components.

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PS Sorry to go a bit off-topic here chaps. Will move to another forum if necessary.   

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Added a cheeky photo link, forgive me dons...;)

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On 4/9/2019 at 10:09 AM, Slap said:

When you say PSU, do you mean Power Supply Unit? If so, those 2 usb ports by Noctua fan are part of the front of the PC case and not the PSU.  

 

Ah, now I get it! I was thinking that it was some sort of external fan with USB connections. 🙃

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