394: My Newest nVidia Settings

A friend who asked me what my nVidia 3D Settings were for P3D.   I told him that I simply used the default values coming with the driver in the last few years.

In response to his question, I re-examined and tested the impact of each value to my system last week.   Here’s the settings I am satisfied with:
nvidia_2016_setting
Note that above settings are tuned for my Titan X card.   They may react differently on your system.

You can also use the Search function to look for my previous settings for other cards.

 

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4 thoughts on “394: My Newest nVidia Settings

  1. Tom hi, I have the GTX 1080ti and I need help about the settings for Nvidia control panel because I have no idea how to set up for best performance in p3dv4. I get som flutterings, maybe is not the word ( some objects in scenery are shaking) and I don’t know why. Also while airborne and in external view, while panning some scenery looks black and reloads normal.
    Please can you advise me?
    Best Regards, George

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    1. Hi Georgios,
      Which CPU are you using and have you set the AffiniteMask for it in P3Dv4 ?
      On my 4-core 4770K, I use
      AffinityMask=95 — All for first 2 cores, and just logical for the remaining 2.
      Regarding Nvidia Control panel, current I set as follows:
      – Maximum pre-rendered frames = 4
      – Power management mode = Prefer maximum performance
      – Threaded optimization = On
      – Triple buffering = On
      – Vertical sync = Adaptive (half)
      Worth a try and note that your case may be different.
      Tom

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  2. Tom,HELP!I am a disabled veteran attempting to set up a flight simulator.Having quite a few issues.Would appreciate direct contact so you can straighten me out – put me on the right road.Thanks,Nick  Nicholas C. BozickLieutenant Colonel (Ret) Special Forces (USA)

    Selfless for Others… “And I heard the voice of the Lord saying whom shall I send and who will go for us? Then I said, here am I, send me.” Isiah 6:8

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