I am hoping someone is able to help me with some seriously bad graphics on “Ultra” settings. I’ll post a picture to show it best. I am currently running an older BenQ 1080 LCD monitor (hdmi cable), and EVGA geforce rtx 3070, i5 3.4ghz.
I am also having issues getting a display signal to my Qnix 2710 LED monitor using a dual dvi to display port adapter, if you folks happen to have advice on that.
I’m not sure about grainy graphics in general but the SR22 shown in your picture has a bug. I see that sometimes, I’m not sure when it happens, I often start out with a well textured surface and eventually it ends up looking like your picture.
I’m running @ 1440p.
The scenery outside for me is still fine and the external view of the plane is still fine, it’s just the cockpit graphics that go grainy.
I reported it on Zendesk, suggest you do the same.
You should try the DisplayPort (no adaptor to your BenQ)
I don’t have the grain. Are you sure all your graphics are setup correctly? I’ve been flying this aircraft a lot lately. Could be the connection or cable.
I’m using GeoExperience defaults, graphics are controlled via MSFS. My monitor is connected to a DisplayPort (no adaptors). Also works clear on my laptop Alienware 17 R4 with GTX 1080 attached to 2nd Monitor (DP).
I have a similar issue. Inside the plane everything looks alright, but the ground textures and clouds look grainy for me. I am on a mixture between high and ultra, but more orientated to the ultra side. It started two patches ago and I really don’t know how I can fix it.
I also think it’s a monitor problem. Unfortunately, I haven’t found the solution yet. I have the same problem with the clouds, they look very grainy. But when I make a video (with Invidia Shadowplay) the clouds in the video don’t look grainy.
That’s expected. Recording with NVidia Shadowplay (and nearly all other recording software) compress the picture so little details will disappear and image look more smooth, less sharp. The more you will raise the encoding ratio, the more you will retrieve the grainy problem.
I think you have 2 factors here ; first one is a recent patch of the simm which changed the TAA and sharpen too much image at “low” resolution (1080p or 1440p). Search on this forum and you’ll find several thread speaking about this. I have this problem on my LCD TV (old fullHD Samsung from 2007) due to the patch.
But that don’t explain that much grainy, so I think you also have a problem with the monitor. Do you have a sharpen slider for your monitor or a contrast one you can play with to smooth the image? or did you touch the NVidia control panel setting, the Color tab? You can try here to smooth your picture…