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5 minutes ago, Ed Correia said:

Launching tomorrow morning...

Thanks Ed

 

Story of my life - just too quick for my own good - my old Mum used to say -- :rolleyes:

Hope it matches the Gold Coast ;)

 

Freebie for the advertising B) ??

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3 hours ago, John Heaton said:

Sheesh !! - and I was only joking - couldn't believe the invoice receipt - and the empty ring in Oceana store

best 10 bucks I Never spent:D

Merci Bien Mon Ami - ED

Go buy a lottery ticket John. What a pleasant surprise!!

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Personally, I have all of the P3d Aussie airports but I don't fly from YBBN too often, as it is frame intensive on my B737 system. (not like the YBCG/ Gold Coast combo which I enjoy at about 20FPS low level).

I did a low level test circuit from YBBN, before I bought Brisbane City so that I could compare the view. I noted that I had 15FPS at YBBN and when I was over the city, in sight of YBBN, about 18FPS. I installed Brisbane and the same circuit brought my system to 15FPS. As I move away and gain altitude, I get to my set 30FPS.

 

The view is very good however, and well worth the $9.

 

Aussie

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54 minutes ago, Aussie123 said:

Personally, I have all of the P3d Aussie airports but I don't fly from YBBN too often, as it is frame intensive on my B737 system. (not like the YBCG/ Gold Coast combo which I enjoy at about 20FPS low level).

I did a low level test circuit from YBBN, before I bought Brisbane City so that I could compare the view. I noted that I had 15FPS at YBBN and when I was over the city, in sight of YBBN, about 18FPS. I installed Brisbane and the same circuit brought my system to 15FPS. As I move away and gain altitude, I get to my set 30FPS.

 

The view is very good however, and well worth the $9.

 

Aussie

That's similar to what I did although my fps were a little bit higher.

Then flying over the new YBBN fps did drop to around 15fps.

Perhaps the type of aircraft one fly's makes a difference.

cheers

Gumby

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Did my first run with the new P3Dv5.2 Brisbane City this afternoon. Was curious with regard FPS given a few mates had freeze issues on arrival into Brisbane (one on a 3 mile and the other on touchdown. P3D went into “not responding” mode and shutdown as a result. My flight, finished about an hour ago, was all good until l started to exit via a high speed. It then froze and noticed the VRAM had maxed out - FPS (VC view) was 29.3 at the time of the freeze.

l have Brisbane V2 and have completed many flights in and out without issue. I have other sceneries that impact on FPS but have never had an issue with VRAM.

Anyone else experiencing something similar.

 

cheers Steve 

Canberra 

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Hello,

P3D v5 does have limits, caused by the much lauded use of Direct X 12.

The best suggestion is to gradually reduce your settings until the limit 

is no longer reached.

 

As an aside, I am no longer seeing the DXGI error message that used to precede the P3D v5 CTD.

Instead, I can continue to run indefinitely at this:

 

2021-10-29_10-8-16-87.jpg

 

No idea, but this might be Windows 11 at work?

 

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