Since the SU10 version, I have never managed to make a flight, whereas before, I almost never had a problem. Either freezes, or blue screen and reboot, or CTD, and I thought it was related to the new DLSS which is frankly great. I always stayed under DX11.
In the end, I ended up going into my bios and disabling XMP (which I’ve always used).
Since then, no more crashes on my config.
The pc is a High end but from 2016 with a recent Nvdia RTX 2070 SUPER card - 32 GB RAM - SDD - and 2K screen reproduction
Is the problem related to the association of DLSS and XMP?
I do not pretend to have a good level in Hardware to speak out!
Maybe an option to try at home!
the most users asked that MSFS should more utilize the given hardware and that becomes more and more true. The side-effect: your hardware is more used and may be the OCs will no longer work and/or weak-points comes on top ( xmp is kind of OC ).
As example I remember a report in Beta about : that now the CPU is much more used and the PC is more hot. But thats just exactly what the players want : 100% utilized system.
Why XMP mode cause issue, can have many reasons… depends on sticks, mainboard, heat, cpu, and on… But I assume you speak about 2666 vs 3200, or ?.. You will not realy notice a difference in On vs Off, only that with Off your system is much more stable
Thank you Micha !
It’s totally true, I also noticed that the temperature of the CPU had increased in proportion to its use.
As a result, the whole tower heats up a little more. I think I lost few FPS without XMP but on the other hand, I gained so much with DLSS that in the end, everything is fine at this point !
The only thing indeed and on another subject, is the blur effect in the cockpit but I have no doubt that it will be improved soon !
Have a good evening
yep… its just DLSS and therefore I usually not use it. Then I like more “the lower fps with better image quality” . But of course for users with VR is it a good thing.
And if you notice really a higher temp, then also check the airflow of your pc-case. That all fans work fine ( and not to slow ) and that the air vents are free. At too high temp in your pc can also cause an overheat of your RAM with then xmp mode enabled.