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    Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Live stream demo of 'Sim Update 5 build' in testing shows frame rates double.
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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    He's 'only' running it at 40% of 4k, according to the render scale. Nonetheless, impressive more than halving of drawcalls has helped with the CPU bottleneck massively.

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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Sounds amazing. I haven't played it for a while but this gives an excuse to jump in at 4k and try it again.

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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Ideal candidate for FSR/DLSS. Technology is there, get AI to work!

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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    He's 'only' running it at 40% of 4k, according to the render scale. Nonetheless, impressive more than halving of drawcalls has helped with the CPU bottleneck massively.
    I was reading they have also made the engine thread better too.

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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    I was reading they have also made the engine thread better too.
    Yeah - they moved cockpit reflections to it's own thread which has been a big gain apparently.

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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Yeah - they moved cockpit reflections to it's own thread which has been a big gain apparently.
    It would be interesting to now compare the 6 and 8 core results!

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    Re: Next Microsoft Flight Simulator update aims at performance

    Quote Originally Posted by LyntonB View Post
    Ideal candidate for FSR/DLSS. Technology is there, get AI to work!
    Anyone up for a bet on whether modders add FSR before MS do?

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