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For about a week or so, I have been getting a screen stutter or pause when flying about any module. My specs are:

Processor AMD Ryzen 7 1700 processor

OS Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

System Board ASUS PRIME B350-PLUS System Board

System Memory 32GB composed of 2- 8192MB DDR4/2133 DIMMS

Hard Drive 480GB SATA Solid State Drive

Video NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1070 PCI Express / 8GB GDDR5 memory

 

I am also using Track IR5 and TacView.

 

I have updated the video drivers.

 

The attached screenshot is showing a fps of 77.

 

Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.

 

Keith

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Couple of thoughts .

"About a week or so" - new beta update ? Try deleting fxo and metashaders files , clean and repair

 

Lock frames to 60 for TrackIr

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Couple of thoughts .

"About a week or so" - new beta update ? Try deleting fxo and metashaders files , clean and repair

 

Lock frames to 60 for TrackIr

 

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Delete those folders with each update of DCS and/or your GPU. Can only help

 

TiR works best at locked 60fps, search the forum why, plenty threads available.

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Can you lock FPS to 60 in DCS or do you use Nvidia control panel?

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Can you lock FPS to 60 in DCS or do you use Nvidia control panel?

 

If you have a 60hz monitor , just check "vsync" in DCS settings .

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Many ways to lock them, as Svsmokey said via DCS, or via RivaTuner from MSI AFterburner tool, in NV Inspector and prolly some more.

 

Some installs like one or the other method better, you have to try which one your system likes best, I use RivaTuner from within MSI Afterburner tool ( a real mandatory tool for DCS Pilots troubleshooting )

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If you have a 60hz monitor , just check "vsync" in DCS settings .

 

 

 

 

I have a 144hz monitor - what should I do in that case?

 

 

I get epic stuttering and freezing with the hornet but its fine in the Huey...

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I can't help you with that , but this thread can . Lot of conflicting opinions , as usual .

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=229871

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Thank you for your help!

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I JUST learned of another possible cause . It seems that the Win 10 1809 update causes problems with Intel Turbo Boost . I went VR about 10 days ago , and found turning it off solved a stuttering problem . Tonight I found out why...

 

https://forums.eagle.ru/showpost.php?p=3736274&postcount=21

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Thank you for your help!

you should be able to set your refresh rate to 60hz in nvidia control panel and then turn on vsync in DCS.... unless for some reason you cant...

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