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    TBM900 crashing

    Goran, I want to thank you for all of your patience in helping me out. The cause of my issue was a faulty GPU. It seems that my second video card has died even though it was displaying as if it was working, as soon as it had to process any graphics it would crash. I am now running my G1000 displays on my onboard GPU and it is working.
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    TBM900 crashing

    Clean install, still crashing. Log.txt TBM900_Log.txt
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    TBM900 crashing

    I'm trying a clean install of X-Plane. Once it's finished installing, I'll install the drivers from realsimgear and the TBM and report back.
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    TBM900 crashing

    I don't think so, I've used a new file every time from each install. I use realsimgear G1000 pfd and mfd and updated to their latest firmware. I'm wondering if the other's that you have asked have done the same.
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    TBM900 crashing

    Any ideas?
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    TBM900 crashing

    I have narrowed down the cause (sort of) of my crash. It has to do with the cockpit builder displays. I did another fresh install of the TBM and removed every file from the x-plane folder. Ran X-Plane and the TBM loaded without crashing. After that I put in the cockpit_builder.cfg in the output folder then hit the "cockpit builder" key in xplane, it instantly crashed. Log.txt TBM900_Log.txt
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    TBM900 crashing

    Hi Goran, any ideas on this yet?
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    TBM900 crashing

    Hi Goran, Did as you suggested, still crashing. Should I remove the custom scenery next? Log.txt TBM900_Log.txt
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    TBM900 crashing

    Hi Goran, I tried as you suggested and loaded the TBM into KSJT but got the same result. X-plane crashed while loading. Just to be safe I did the same thing and loaded the pocket rocket this time, but it loaded in just fine, no crash. Log.txt
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    TBM900 crashing

    Thanks for the reply. I'll try that and let you know.
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    TBM900 crashing

    Hello, I updated my TBM to 1.1.11 and it crashes when loading. I have tried other aircraft and I don't get crashes. I have uninstalled and re-installed twice with the same result. Log.txt
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    Copy G1000 to other computer screens

    Yes, you will see a performance impact and will need to make sacrifices. I don't recall what my exact settings are in x-plane. Here's my system setup: i7 9700k @ 4.9 GHz, 32 Gigs of ram at 3200 MHz, 2x GTX 1080, 1000w PSU, and x-plane is run on a seperate 1 TB SSD away from the windows SSD. I run 3 Scepter 27“ curved LED monitors along with a SIIG DP 3 HDMI port display hub. Even though I have plenty of ports on both cards to run all 5 screens on their own, I found it impossible. I need to do some more research into this but just haven't had the time. For some reason when I ran all 5 screens independently on their own port, Windows 10 would only recognize 4 of them, the 5th would remain blank. Once I swithced to using the 3 primary displays on the hub, everything worked fine and windows recognized all 5. When flying in clear weather, I get on average 32 FPS in the TBM. As soon as clouds/shadows are introduced, I take a performance hit. This is of course expected and I decided to accept low FPS for great visuals during storms. When major clouds are present, I can get as low as 16 FPS. One thing I had to do to help improve my overall performance was to completely get rid of my OrthoXP library and go back to default XP textures/mesh. Once I did that I gained about 5 - 10 FPS. This actually worked out for the better because Ortho was causing elevation issues at many of the small fields I was flying to. Eventually the plan is to upgrade the graphics cards to at least 2x RTX 2080, but that is a big expense. My next addition will be a DOF Reality motion platform but I'm still doing research on that before purchasing.
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    Copy G1000 to other computer screens

    Yes, unfortunately they made that kit after I had already purchased my sirrus perspective package. I bought it specifically for the TBM so I was very sad when I saw that. Either way, Im still happy with my purchase. What you can't see in this picture is the GCU keyboard, autopilot module, and audio panel. Those were sent to me after this picture was taken. Realsimgear was nice enough to send me the screens because the other components weren't ready yet. The neat thing about this kit is it can work with any aircraft in x-plane that uses the default G1000. I use it in the C172, DA40, DA62, M20, and Quest Kodiak. I also use it with the Citation Mustang with a work-around for the MFD. Edit: I just realized I have a photo of all of the components with the TBM.
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    Copy G1000 to other computer screens

    Realsimgear G1000 (sirrus perspective) with the TBM. You need a seperate HDMI port for each screen. I use a triple display splitter on one video card for the main display and the G1000 screens on a second video card. Highly recommend this kit!
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