emshomar

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About emshomar

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  1. Aw man, would have been awesome if we could start the ATPL together. Mine starts in about a month later. I wish you best of luck with your ATPL training sir ! Also that's pretty nifty work so far, can't wait for the end result!
  2. A friend of mine showed me CryEngine's new clouds and holy shit this realism I believe implementing this to any of the current available sims is pretty much impossible because this here runs on a totally different engine... but it's still pretty cool to look at!
  3. Got it answered myself, I had traffic on which appearently was a fps killer. Mine runs pretty much the same at 60fps if I keep all the traffic off. Also I found that one tweak: which helped keeping the sim very smooth.
  4. I am getting the feeling that people are just fed up because the project have been taking so long...
  5. Very nice project, but sad to see it took you way longer than anticipated! I've got one question if you may allow. When it gets finished, will you release it in the Download database for manual installation or will it get alongside with future update of the A318/A319/A320/A321 with a tool where we simply can get to choose between the stock textures and your 2K/4K textures like mwa05 suggested in the first page. Either way, I am very excited for the outcome to this project ! Keep up the good work !
  6. Bei FSX hatte ich die Erfahrung auf meinem altem Laptop, dass der es nicht gern hat wenn man die Szenerie so hoch zu stellen. Probier mal die Einstellungen für die Szenerie runterzuriegeln.
  7. 1) Go to your P3D root folder and create a new blank text file and name it FSX.exe (make sure the extention is exactly .exe!) If done correctly you should see this: 2) Start the Aerosoft installer and change the installation path to your P3D root folder where you created the fsx.exe file. You should be able to start installing now. 3) After installation finishes, head over to simmershome website and find the desired light patch. Download it and install it to your scenery. 4) Start P3D and manually add the sceneries to your scenery library in World->Scenery Library. 5) Have fun - with potential glitches and bugs due to incompatibiliy with mostly the older as sceneries, but the majority work just fine to my needs
  8. Genau das selbe hatte ich auch mal als ich mal gleichzeitig einpaar Daten mit 7z komprimiert hab und damit mein CPU (i7-4790k@4.8 mind you) noch mehr überlastet hatte. Ich würde mal davon ausgehen, dass bei dir irgendwas im Hintergrund läuft und deinen CPU unter Last zieht, oder dein CPU scheint wirklich nicht gut genug für den Bus ausgelegt zu sein, leider..
  9. Because life works through cheating
  10. With dll based, that includes also PMDG craft, ASN, GSX and basically everything that runs with dlls ?
  11. Nah, your system is too new. It might only run up to Apple II computers.
  12. I am happy with my Noctua NH-D15, it manages to keep my i7-4790k at 4.8GHz cooled down and with proper airflow, the hot air does get blown out quick and efficiently thanks to the high end Noctua fans mounted on my chassis. You want to be careful with what Chassis you purchase since the smaller lower end once don't have support for the bigger 240mm radiators with fans mounted to it. I'd take the Corsair 450D or Phanteks Enthoo Pro. Other might give you better recommandations though since I am still fairly a newbee on this department.
  13. Nice to see the CRJ coming along well together!
  14. Thanks for the replies! I was told that FSX/P3D is very CPU dependent. Upgrading to a higher end GPU will only show minimal affect on the frames. I gave more time into it and did some experimenting and found that using 0 Bufferpools will lag the mesh textures to be loaded, but improves the FPS by lot. For the cost of having blured ground I was not ready to take that in action! The affinity mask setting however did not improve anything at all! Instead it introduced microstutters when having the bufferpools setting deleted. I ended up just deleting both entries from the cfg file and now I'm again at around 40fps average. I'm not planning to overclock my ram, espacially not with those cheap ones I have!
  15. Interesting, I wonder how you were able to hold those 60fps. I tried your settings and and did improve something but not that much really. I am now having about an average of 40fps. I'm using a i7-4790k @4.80GHz - GTX960 @1.4GHz 4GB GDRR5 May I ask if you also overclocked your Cache?