FSPS - XTREME P3D BOOSTER

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david_wi
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Postby david_wi » Fri May 18, 2012 2:32 am

Hi Guys

The last few weeks I was trying to get better frame rates for Prepar3D.

I went to all the forums and read almost anything about tweaking the system.

Now I found this beautiful and genius program that makes it work in seconds.

You have to use this,if you like flying with normal frame rates.

http://secure.simmarket.com/fsps-xtreme-p3d-booster.phtml

I give from here a big hug to these brilliant guys.

Bye,

David

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janvaane
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Postby janvaane » Fri May 18, 2012 8:06 am

http://janvaane.org/virtualfsx/?p=5709

Read about the sense and nonsense of FPS

and play with the balls to see what your machine is capable off.
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warnc
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Postby warnc » Fri May 25, 2012 10:36 am

I bought this also and it worked wonders for P3d. I enjoy it more than ever now. FSX will be a thing of the past I believe.



WC

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Arismac
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Postby Arismac » Sat Jun 02, 2012 11:29 pm

The improvement in FPS is quite amazing. From 3-4 parked at YMML in Orbx to 11-14. I do have one problem however in that I have a serious "fish eye" effect from the centre of the screen. This elongates objects to an unacceptable amount. I have posted a support ticket. I can not find a Forum.



Cheers, Mac



Gigabyte GA-X79-UD5: EVGA GTX580; Intel Core i7 3960X; Corsair 16GB Kit (4x4GB);

Vertex-3 480GB SSD; Thermaltake 1200w PSU: Corsair H100 Cooler: Win 7 64bit:

Performance. Processor 7.8: RAM: 7.9: Grapics 7.9: Gaming Graphics: 7.9 HDD 7.6.

MS Flight Simulator X; Preapr3D 1.3

dogtrack
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Postby dogtrack » Sun Jun 03, 2012 12:52 am

If you want to ease the load on your machine and thereby get a smoother flying experience. Have a look at this freeware :-



http://alacritypc.kensalter.com/



It has a long pedigree and does what it says on the box.


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