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Same here.

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Hello, 

I think this problem was reported in 2D Bugs... a while ago but didn't find any attention. Since the harrier is the only plane I fly with a targeting pod, I dont' know if others would do the same.

 

When having a spot tracked with the tpod and you fly a 180 ° turn eventually away  from the target the fps drop from anything down to very low. Only happens with shallow angles mostlikely when the exhaust gets into the tpot field of view. Game becomes close to unplayable until you change angle or turn the tpod off/change target!

 


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Problem goes way back, to at least September 2022. Reported, I think they even acknowledged the problem on the discord. Unfortunately nothing has been done about it for well over a year. Since the Harrier is the red headed step child right now, who knows when they'll ever fix it.

 

 

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Am 4.12.2023 um 04:43 schrieb HansPeter1981:

Hello, 

I think this problem was reported in 2D Bugs... a while ago but didn't find any attention. Since the harrier is the only plane I fly with a targeting pod, I dont' know if others would do the same.

 

When having a spot tracked with the tpod and you fly a 180 ° turn eventually away  from the target the fps drop from anything down to very low. Only happens with shallow angles mostlikely when the exhaust gets into the tpot field of view. Game becomes close to unplayable until you change angle or turn the tpod off/change target!

 

 

at least the JF-17 has also a targeting pod.....

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How can this be not fixed after just a long time? 

I still have the FPS drop each time the TGP is masked. Please do something to correct this.

Also, the Harrier requires some love to fix some issues that seem to be normal by now.

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On 1/9/2024 at 5:38 PM, Focha said:

How can this be not fixed after just a long time? 

I still have the FPS drop each time the TGP is masked. Please do something to correct this.

Also, the Harrier requires some love to fix some issues that seem to be normal by now.

For example, the Weapon station button Nr.7 that is the only one that does not visually push in when clicked and no one ever cared? Once I had serious struggles with that button while coding my DCS-Bios for my selfmade cockpit. Tried to fix that button on hardwareside for several hours until I recognised that I never had a problem and all was working but DCS just has no visual push in for that one Button 😬

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Yep, it's unfortunate, but still happening just in the Harrier. Doesn't seem to matter how much computing power you have, as soon as the pod starts masking when looking behind the aircraft the frame rate tanks. Hopefully this can finally get fixed once ED and Razbam sort their issues out.

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from testing this long ago my theory is the smoke from the av8b causing this, or rather the TPOD trying to render the smoke even though its masked and not showing on the MFD, i think its this due to testing / angles etc and also that you get a similar but not as bad effect with the Shkval and Vikyr.

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I'm curious to see if this will work for other people, but try disabling Core 0 in Task Manager's affinity settings when using the multi-threaded DCS client. I tried that with the F-4 thanks to the suggestion Heatblur put out and it seems to make the stutter with the Harrier tpod stop as well.

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