Fresjay76 Posted January 21, 2019 Share Posted January 21, 2019 Hello all I am new to these forums but have been playing FSX-SE since November 2018. I have run the gambit of OOM hell in the pursuit to get my FSX stable with the add-ons I purchased to up the visuals in the game. I currently have the system stable enough to have a several leg flight in my most VAS heavy plane with almost every add-on I have installed and running. System: Ryzen 7 2700X 16 GB DDR4 3200 (Running at 3200) GTX 1070 Ti Samsung NVMe M.2 500GB SSD Windows 10 Pro All Drivers and BIOS are up to date. Here is why I posted. In order to get everything running at the stage it is at I had to set everything up in DX10 preview. I also had to uninstall my ORBX add-ons leaving only my REX add-ons (REX 4 TD W/SC EE, REX Worldwide Airports HD, REX SkyForce 3D). Add-on aircraft currently are Aerosoft Airbus Ultimate Collection, QualityWings 787, and QualityWings BAe-146 Collection. Now I have been told that I shouldn't be running in DX10 but it was the only way to get it to run, still look good and not OOM CTD constantly. I do have Process Explorer so I can monitor my VAS usage and is how I was able to adjust things to stay in an acceptable range. So as it hopefully shows I have done a ton of research and tweaking already. But would really like to get my ORBX add ons back in use with the REX since they were supposed to be designed from jump to work together. REally looking to see if there is an updated tweak guide to see if there is something I am missing that is forcing this to run in DX10 mode to get the results I am after. Now I do also have a Laptop that I had been playing on previously that is currently running all my add-ons with the same aircraft and not in DX10 mode without the OOM issue. Sadly I cannot for the life of me remember all the tweaks I did to it in order to get it to run this well out of DX10. Its specs are lower than the new computer (Ryzen System) but seems to have a better go at FSX. Any insight of direction you can point me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jason Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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