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See how it is in the monitoring, it is as if the simulator did not use all the offered resource:
Yes, before and after numbers are measured with the same graphic settings.When I say "run the simulator with top quality" I mean the fact that I would run with superior quality compared to the old VGA, which did not happen :(What I found strange is that previously, with the GTX 750Ti, I had a lot more bottleneck, the VGA did not follow the processing, I now have VGA to spare and I can not run the simulator anymore.
View my settings:
Comparing your system (above) to the requirements recommended by Laminar:
Your system appears to be on the low side. The bottleneck seems to have now migrated to the CPU side. I am not surprised by the 25 FPS performance. What is difficult to explain is how the same software/hardware with the same settings could deliver 60 FPS using the 750Ti before.
When I said I could run the sump at 60FPS, I forgot to tell the fact that the settings are all in the lowest possible setting.I found it very strange, so much that I have a notebook with 8GB of RAM and an i7 5500u and I was able to run the simulator (also with the graphics in the minimum and lowest resolution) above 30FPS only with the use of the processor.Now with the GTX 1060 the FPS is only 25, as if something blocked it. As I already said in other simulators (also in games) I had a great gain even if I tried CPU bottlenecks, with the exception of Xplane 11.Here is a video of the xplane with the same settings that I have, it is clearly possible to run the receiver over 30FPS with leftovers:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIUX6ALEQQ0
(In the lower right corner you can see the average of 45 FPS, simulating in Full HD.)
In the print where I show CPU and GPU data specifically where the frame rate is displayed I have the OGL sigma, was not it supposed to appear DirectX 11?
If there is doubt on the OGL FPS, I would go to the X-Plane’s dataref to for the “official” number (under Data Output Settings).
After upgrading the former bottleneck (750Ti), one would justifiably expect the performance to go up, at least by some noticeable amount. And as you’ve said, with all the Graphics Setting at minimum, the FPS should be better than 25.
Hence I can only speculate that there exists some interaction between the CPU/RAM and the GPU that is causing the FPS problem. Perhaps the GTX 1060 interface is now demanding more processing power, than what the 2.7GHz i5 can “catch up” with. I have seen a case where an X-Plane simmer had upgraded his GPU, but yet the FPS remained unexplainably low—until he had upgraded the CPU as well.
This may require someone with actual X-Plane programming expertise to explain.
Hi friend, first of all I want to thank you for your time and help in this case. I also apologize for the bad English, because I am Brazilian and we do not speak the language very well.
Well, after deleting all the simulator and download again, I did some tests and got great results:
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