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francois1 Trainee

Hello everyone

Is anyone in the forum able to run FS-X with max settings at 25-30 fps please?

If so, may I ask what hardware they are using?

If there is no one with sufficiently powerful hardware, would someone please let me know what I might require to get FS-X running at full speed? Or is such hardware not yet available to the masses, i.e., us?

regards

francois1 Rolling Eyes

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Taylor Crockett (taylorc) Trainee

i had a short period when my Fps Was at 90
but i am down to 40 due to an increase in my settings

all of my settings are at high or very high

im using a Compaq with a Intel celeron processor

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GoodisonBlue First Officer

taylorc wrote:

i had a short period when my Fps Was at 90
but i am down to 40 due to an increase in my settings

all of my settings are at high or very high

im using a Compaq with a Intel celeron processor

and what graphics card?

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Taylor Crockett (taylorc) Trainee

256MB nVidia GeForce 8600GTS graphics card

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francois1 Trainee

TaylorC, you were getting 90fps and after jacking up the settings you are down to 40fps.

I am not certain, but I did not even get FS2004 faster than 35-40 fps.

I have a Abit Fat1lity mobo, with a 3.6ghz intel processor using hyper-threading, and a GF 7800 GTX Card with 256mb DDR3, and with everything high it chugs along at 9 - 14fps if I am lucky.

It just is not worth flying with such a Mickey Mouse fps.

How you manage 40fps I have no idea, but fantastic!

regards

francois1

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cheezyflier Captain

francois1 wrote:

TaylorC, you were getting 90fps and after jacking up the settings you are down to 40fps.

I am not certain, but I did not even get FS2004 faster than 35-40 fps.

I have a Abit Fat1lity mobo, with a 3.6ghz intel processor using hyper-threading, and a GF 7800 GTX Card with 256mb DDR3, and with everything high it chugs along at 9 - 14fps if I am lucky.

It just is not worth flying with such a Mickey Mouse fps.

How you manage 40fps I have no idea, but fantastic!

regards

francois1

dude- you just need to do a little tweaking. i do a little better than that, flying from spot view even. my box is nowhere near as good as yours! you should be getting better frames than that. tweak! it's worth it!

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ronfly Trainee

Can any one on the site tell me where to find the company that makes the helicopter, seat , cylic , collective , pedals and also included was the radio stack, for the flight sim? there was a web site some time ago posted here but I have been unable locate it again, I have checked CH, Saitek, and Microsoft which neither of those made it, If eany one can advise me of the company I woud appreciate it.
Thanks; RonFly Rolling Eyes

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francois1 Trainee

[/ quote] Cheezyflier wrote:
dude- you just need to do a little tweaking. i do a little better than that, flying from spot view even. my box is nowhere near as good as yours! you should be getting better frames than that. tweak! it's worth it![/quote]

May I ask: what tweaking and how. I really have no idea how, exactly, anyone can return 40fps using Flight Sim X, on full maximum settings?

Please give me a clue?

regards

francois1

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

I think you need to determine exactly what settings are set to what. Autogen, ground traffic, AI, water effects, weather variations and anti-aliasing are probably not set to maximum.

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JLangevin First Officer

I have to call BS on this guy saying he was getting 90fps, or even 40fps on High settings with a Celeron...

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Tailhook Chief Captain

ronfly wrote:

Can any one on the site tell me where to find the company that makes the helicopter, seat , cylic , collective , pedals and also included was the radio stack, for the flight sim? there was a web site some time ago posted here but I have been unable locate it again, I have checked CH, Saitek, and Microsoft which neither of those made it, If eany one can advise me of the company I woud appreciate it.
Thanks; RonFly Rolling Eyes

This is really a hardware issue and I've already replied to your request once:

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/22926/deciding-on-joystick/

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