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I have recently purchased the ixeg 737, first of all, it's a beautiful aircraft, but I am having an issue which is very annoying. each time I make a change in the FMC that illuminates the EXEC light I get these massive stutters which last several seconds each and they are persistent until I manage to press the exec button. after the button is pressed and the light goes out the stutters are completely gone. I have heard other people also have this issue, and I would like to know if there is a fix for this.
Hi guys, Pete from the UK here. I'm just having a small issue with long loading and stuttering issues within X-Plane 10.25. As I take off into the air, I find that the simulator pauses in places (for a few seconds) and can shudder with a massive dip in frame rate (again, a few seconds). I have all of SimHeaven's Photo Scenery at ZL17 (donation coming within the next week or so!) and SkyMaxx Pro (all updated to the latest version). I have most settings turned to medium or high (many trees, but a lot of buildings). My FPS is usually in the region of 22FPS (min.) and 35/40FPS (max.). SkyMAXX Pro is turned right down, but with a greater draw distance to decrease loading intervals (from when it pauses and doesn't). I have been looking into it and have concluded that: 1. When the next scenery tiles loads, there is a long delay as the computer struggles to process the information and feed it into the simulator (they are hefty files so it is to be expected!) 2. When SkyMAXX is turned on, I get a pause every few minutes. I have looked at other posts and have found that it may be a loading issue and not SkyMAXX itself. I have also used the advice given here: http://forums.x-pilo...nusable-for-me/ in which the solution works and has noticeably improved delays. I'm aware that my usage of X-Plane is quite excessive, but have to state that it's an overwhelming and greatly satisfying experience. SimHeaven and SkyMAXX have done some amazing work! My question is: Has anyone overcome these limitations to prevent pauses and have an overly smooth experience? I have had advice of using an SSD to speed up loading times, but I'm not sure whether it's related to a hard disk or CPU/GPU? I have 6 hard disks: 1. Local Disk (C:) for Windows 8.1 2. X-PLANE MAIN HDD A (D:) for X-PLANE 10.25 (64-bit), World2XPlane OSM from SimHeaven and a range of other plugins 3. X-PLANE MAIN HDD B (E:) for SimHeaven Sceneries ZL17 4. X-PLANE MAIN HDD C (F:) for SimHeaven Sceneries ZL17 5. X-PLANE STORAGE HDD A (G:) for backup .zip files for SimHeaven Sceneries 6. X-PLANE STORAGE HDD B (H:) for backup .zip files for SimHeaven Sceneries My hard disks are not indexed and have write caching enabled and Windows write-cache buffer flushing turned off (increase response and performance). My system specification is: Intel Core i7 4770K Processor (8M Cache, OC @ 4.5GHz)Asus Z87-A LGA 1150 Mainboard (Z87-A)EVGA GTX770 GDDR5 4GB VRAM Graphics Card (04G-P4-3774-KR)Corsair Pro Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3 DRAM (CMY32GX3M4A2133C11)Be Quiet! Power Zone 1000W Modular PSU (BN213)Samsung HDTV T28C570 28" Monitor (1080p, 1920x1080) (LT28C570EW/EN)Samsung SyncMaster SA300 24" Monitor (1080p, 1920x1080) (LS24A300BZ/EN)Samsung SyncMaster 225BW 22" Monitor (1680x1050) (225BW)(1x) Hitachi HDT721032SLA360 HDD (320GB)(1x) Samsung HD501LJ HDD (500GB)(2x) ST3000DM001-1CH166 HDD (3TB)(2x) ST3750640AS HDD (750GB)Microsoft Windows 8.1 (64-bit) Any ideas? Many thanks as I know it's a greatly long post! Hopefully I haven't confused you hehe! Pete