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 fruhfruh (Sat Apr 07, 2018 11:21 am)

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Hi,

I´m experiencing extreme frame drops, micro stutters and loading time as soon as I´m airborne or approaching the scenery. Has anyone got an idea why this could be? When im on ground i get decent frames (40) but when airborne I only have about 20 - 30. Same for approach (when Scenery is loading) Even in Frankfurt I get about 40 fps. (and its a frame eater)

My specs:

I7 7700k oc´to 4.5GhZ
GTX 1070 (not overclocked) AMP Extreme Edition, Zotac
SSD and 16 GB RAM

Any ides why this might be? I will upload log.txt if you want to.
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 emilios[flytampa] (Sat Apr 07, 2018 12:01 pm)

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Can you also share your graphics settings too? the log. txt could be useful too
I am just thinking whether some of the elements might be too heavy; are you using settings similar to those in our manual?
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 fruhfruh (Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:23 pm)

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Log.txt and settings:

ps: the crash is due to reshade ... doesnt have to do with anything.
A320_235.png
settings
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 fruhfruh (Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:26 pm)

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i cannot upload the log.txt ...
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 emilios[flytampa] (Sat Apr 07, 2018 6:36 pm)

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These settings appear fine to me, perhaps try reducing anti-aliasing a bit, i dont think you ll notice any visual loss but you ll probably gain some frames. I know the grass can be quite heavy in some cases so I can send a 'reduced-grass' variation to try out.

you can try adding your log.txt in a .zip and re-upload
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 fruhfruh (Sun Apr 08, 2018 3:08 am)

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there you go. As is said as long as im on the ground everything is perfect. But when 500 feet above it starts lagging and loading (sometimes it loads about a minute) I think a GTX 1070 should be able to handle it. Congrats for this amazing product. This is by far the most detailed airport currently available. And i own a lot ;)


Maybe its the newest BETA but I dont think otherwise I would have same problems at other airports.
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 fruhfruh (Sun Apr 08, 2018 4:20 am)

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After rolling back i can 100% say its not due to BETA 4.
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 emilios[flytampa] (Sun Apr 08, 2018 5:57 pm)

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Thanks for the log.
Could you try the same flight/path with stock LGKR and check again?

to remove FT Corfu, simply move the 3 folders somewhere else and boot XPlane

after this step, I would also try adding the folders back in, one by one, and checking frames-just trying to see which type of add-on object/mesh is behaving badly on your setup
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 Mrtchou (Sun Apr 29, 2018 4:25 am)

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Hello,
I'm experiencing the same Issue than the OP, 55 fps on the ground, down to 20fps while airborne.
I did the test you asked OP and it clearly is the library that is responsible for this behaviour (FlyTampa_Corfu_Objects).
No issue when using one or two of the other folders.

I also tried several troubleshooting :
Reinstalling default x-plane scenery,
removing Ortho tiles for this region,
removing Ortho OSM for this region,
removing all extensions from x-plane plugins folder
Xplane version is 11.20 r2

PC is equipped with a i7 7700K with a 1080ti GPU, screen is 2560*1440 resolution.
I really don't understand what could be happening on my configuration, I saw a stream yesterday, the streamer is equipped with a 980ti and have 15-20 fps more than what I have on my pc at corfu while airborne.

I can try to update nvidia drivers, i'll keep you informed if it change something.
Regards
Richard Grillon
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 hotchillies (Thu May 03, 2018 2:32 pm)

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Could be related to the version of X-Plane you are on? I had a similar issue with Nimbus TFFJ

I cannot post links as I am new here but see the x plane org forum here:

Home > Forums > X-Plane 11 Final > XP11 Scenery > "Nimbus TFFJ, XP 11.20vr1, Low FPS"
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 Nepomuk (Sat May 19, 2018 12:16 am)

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I got the same performance issue especially at final approach.
Best regards
Nepo