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#4558399 - 03/03/21 03:07 AM Re: A Possible Stutters Solution [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Originally Posted by RAF_Louvert
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usually about 7-8 seconds after a flight begins, in maybe 3 out of 10 flights. Also rarely, and I do mean rarely, when a massive furball and/or lots of ground activity is loading, in particular truck convoys, (which I've noted before seem to be a giant resource hog).
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I have always wanted a way to eliminate all truck convoys or maybe half them as opposed to having trucks run all over the place. The same goes with trains. I really believe that eliminating both would possibly(IMHO) be a good start to try an at limit if not eliminate stutters. A switch in the workshop to turn Trucks and Trains on or off as desired might be a good place to start. They are nicely modeled and do add some atmosphere, but personally I could do without them if it added to the efficiency of how fluidly WOFF operated. Has eliminating them ever been tried by any modders or the Devs?

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#4558414 - 03/03/21 10:23 AM Re: A Possible Stutters Solution [Re: gecko]  
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Originally Posted by gecko
Thanks guys, no worries. Was hoping against hope it would prove useful, but it was worth a shot!


Yeah it certainly was, hopefully Pol and WM have worked more of their magic with BHAH.II, cheers again Gecko


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#4558742 - 03/05/21 05:01 PM Re: A Possible Stutters Solution [Re: Hellshade]  
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If you're looking to upgrade your CPU/Motherboard, I'd wait and see the prices for the intel 11 gen CPUs which are scheduled to come out at the end of this month.


Have to wait and see what else comes out on it but so far this is what I'm seeing on the intel front.

Early leaked i7-11700k benchmarks leaked




Really depends on where you get your news from. Here is the opposite according to user benchmarks. Intel Core i7-11700K blows away the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X

#4558744 - 03/05/21 05:15 PM Re: A Possible Stutters Solution [Re: gecko]  
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If you actually read that article, what it's saying is that the UserBenchMarks data is dubious. (And this has been my experience with other data there as well).

(Even the title says "...but this is on UserBenchmark" - as in, "Take it with a huge grain of salt")

Here are a few quotes:

"Obviously any article about UserBenchmark brings out a wave of criticism from those who value the services other synthetic benchmarks provide, but sometimes results deserve to be reported simply because of their outlandish nature." (Read: "We know these figures are absurd, and are reporting it here to illustrate exactly how absurd the data is")

"If the i7-11700K can blow away rivals such as the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and the Ryzen 9 5950X, by quite a margin, then it makes one wonder what miraculous results the Intel Core i9-11900K will eventually produce on the same site" (This is clearly sarcasm)

"It’s well-documented that UserBenchmark has a points-weighting system that heavily favors fewer-core workloads, which in turn will generally favor Intel parts that often outpace their AMD rivals in single-core benchmarks." (If you tilt the table far enough toward Intel, then eventually they'll come out on top in a benchmark.) BTW, The Intel single-core performance figures at PassMark are only marginally better than Zen 3: A 11700k is only about 1% better than a 5800X, and less than 5% ahead of a 5600X. Hardly what I'd call "blowing away" the Ryzen CPUs.

Don't know that I'd put a lot of confidence in the data from UserBenchmarks, given the above.

Most other sites - reliable sites - have shown the Zen 3 / 5000 CPUs roundly outperforming Intel's offerings.


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#4558752 - 03/05/21 06:01 PM Re: A Possible Stutters Solution [Re: gecko]  
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OK no more Intel v AMD please. The thread was about a possible use of a DDS tool. Move along.


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#4558821 - 03/06/21 01:16 AM Re: A Possible Stutters Solution [Re: Polovski]  
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Originally Posted by Polovski
OK no more Intel v AMD please. The thread was about a possible use of a DDS tool. Move along.


LMAO Pol! winkngrin

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