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Prepar3D V.4.5 Night - Sky - Texture Problem

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    Prepar3D V.4.5 Night - Sky - Texture Problem

    Hello everyone,

    I have the following problem in my sim... Only if I make night flights I see these weird oil rings & and oil clouds :-(

    ((( Look at the pictures // I hope you can recognize it ))) no texture problems during the day

    I have already tried everything... Unfortunately, nothing has brought a solution

    I´m really desperate and need your help... I already had the same problem in former time. With the Gainward GTX 1080 Ti and a Blaupunkt 49" Flatscreen. i could solve the problem with the nvidia control panel - Display - Change Resolution. I exchanged the following use Nvidia color setting to default Nvidia color setting.

    But this time it does not help


    Here are my PC-Hardware...

    Windows 10 Pro 64Bit
    Intel I9 9900K with 5.1Ghz
    Corsair H115i water cooling
    Asus ROG Z-390F - Mainboard
    MSI RTX 2080 TI Lightning Z - Grafic-card
    Corsair DDR4 RAM 32GB - 3400Mhz
    Samsung EVO 850 4GB = Sim
    Samsung EVO 850 2GB = Windows
    Bquite Power Adapter 750W
    NEW - SAMSUNG 50" Flatscreen UE50MU6179


    Thanks for your answer & help

    Best Regards
    Stephan

    #2
    That is just banding caused by limited color in the simulator's night sky. Perhaps a display setting adjustment? Got nothing to do with PMDG.

    Stephan, full names here please.
    Dan Downs KCRP

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      #3
      The night sky is not dark enough. For me it was a combination of adjusting P3d, my monitor and my graphics card. Fortunately my bride has a very good eye for subtle changes and what the color is lacking.
      Bode Bridges

      Beta Tester XM-26 Tow

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      • DDowns
        DDowns commented
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        You have a bride that helps you adjust your display!?! Lucky man Bode, you should plan on keeping her.

      #4
      Originally posted by Delta061hamatl View Post
      Hello everyone,

      I have the following problem in my sim... Only if I make night flights I see these weird oil rings & and oil clouds :-(

      ((( Look at the pictures // I hope you can recognize it ))) no texture problems during the day

      I have already tried everything... Unfortunately, nothing has brought a solution

      I´m really desperate and need your help... I already had the same problem in former time. With the Gainward GTX 1080 Ti and a Blaupunkt 49" Flatscreen. i could solve the problem with the nvidia control panel - Display - Change Resolution. I exchanged the following use Nvidia color setting to default Nvidia color setting.

      But this time it does not help


      Here are my PC-Hardware...

      Windows 10 Pro 64Bit
      Intel I9 9900K with 5.1Ghz
      Corsair H115i water cooling
      Asus ROG Z-390F - Mainboard
      MSI RTX 2080 TI Lightning Z - Grafic-card
      Corsair DDR4 RAM 32GB - 3400Mhz
      Samsung EVO 850 4GB = Sim
      Samsung EVO 850 2GB = Windows
      Bquite Power Adapter 750W
      NEW - SAMSUNG 50" Flatscreen UE50MU6179


      Thanks for your answer & help

      Best Regards
      Stephan
      Maybe this might help.

      https://www.tweakguides.com/NVFORCE_1.html
      Danny Z.Cebis

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        #5
        I'd also try Full Screen Mode (Alt+Enter) as all of your screen shots are in Window mode.

        Patrick Bell, Sr. USA
        Home-built DFI LanPartyJr X58 MB, Intel i7-920 (OC'd to 3.8GHz), Triple-Channel Corsair 12 GB DDR3 3200 RAM, Samsung EVO 860 1TB SSD, nVidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB, MS WIN 7 64-bit Ultimate.
        P3D v4.5. PMDG products: ALL

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