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    Stutter at Touchdown

    Hello everyone, My name is Reyhan Naufal

    I got little stutter upon touchdown when landing my 747 V3, the stutter happen before speed brake deploy and reverse thrust lever pull up, and it's happened on many airport Addons where i'm landing at. I know this is trivial but really annoying for me.

    Things I have tried : Remove skidmark.fx, Resize to low size the sound file that I'm talking about but nothing changes

    I'm using P3D v4.5 HF 3 installed on my HDD

    Specs : i3-9100F, 1x8GB Ram, RX 580 8GB (I think my system is capable enough for run this sim with 747v3)

    Another addons : REX with 2048x2048 cloud texture (nothing else), Active sky P3D

    Anyone knows how to fix it? Does installing P3D on SSD storage or HDD storage affect with in game performance? (I mean, Not at loading)

    Thankyou in advance

    -Reyhan naufal
    Reyhan Naufal

    i3-9100F, H310M, 1x8Gb @2666, MSi RX 580 8Gb armor OC
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    I can only guess but I assume that while your system runs the sim and the 747 it's still very low. A lot is happening at the same time during touch down (the whole physics calculation, systems operate, cockpit shaking effects, sound....) and the i3 could simply have to do too much. But again, just a guess, I have no comparision to that CPU (and card either)

    i7-6700k, GTX 1080TI, 32GB DDR4 RAM @2666MHz, 4k
    Marc Ehnle

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      #3
      Do you have the sound option in the CDU to "preload all" ? Might help a little bit, too
      Manolo Ruiz Carrió

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        #4
        Originally posted by Sekkha View Post
        Do you have the sound option in the CDU to "preload all" ? Might help a little bit, too
        I have tried "none, selective, all" At preload sound but still same.. Don't know what happen, Or.. Is this caused install P3D and 747 V3 on HDD? And make it slow read sound file to load into P3D?
        Reyhan Naufal

        i3-9100F, H310M, 1x8Gb @2666, MSi RX 580 8Gb armor OC
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          #5
          Originally posted by Reyhannaufal View Post
          Or.. Is this caused install P3D and 747 V3 on HDD? And make it slow read sound file to load into P3D?
          Could be, a SDD is better for sure and could possibly help here. But I am also a bit with Marc. Might also very well be that your other hardware is just at its limit.

          best regards
          Manolo Ruiz Carrió

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            #6
            Originally posted by Sekkha View Post

            Could be, a SDD is better for sure and could possibly help here. But I am also a bit with Marc. Might also very well be that your other hardware is just at its limit.

            best regards
            Okay, thanks for the help..

            By the way, I just delete my scenery indexes x64 and Cfg file, Now i'm flying with PMDG aircraft and will report at this topics if that problems are gone or still exist
            Reyhan Naufal

            i3-9100F, H310M, 1x8Gb @2666, MSi RX 580 8Gb armor OC
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              #7
              Originally posted by Reyhannaufal View Post

              Okay, thanks for the help..

              By the way, I just delete my scenery indexes x64 and Cfg file, Now i'm flying with PMDG aircraft and will report at this topics if that problems are gone or still exist
              The problem not fix yet, but only reduce stutter possibility by choose None for preload sound and it's better now

              I think if choose All for preload sound, it would be load unecessary sound upon landing and touchdown. And it could increase stutter posibility.
              Reyhan Naufal

              i3-9100F, H310M, 1x8Gb @2666, MSi RX 580 8Gb armor OC
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                #8
                Originally posted by Reyhannaufal View Post

                The problem not fix yet, but only reduce stutter possibility by choose None for preload sound and it's better now

                I think if choose All for preload sound, it would be load unecessary sound upon landing and touchdown. And it could increase stutter posibility.
                Not at all, the preload all option means all sounds are loaded at beginning of session. They are loaded once, and not at different phases of flight.
                I've never experienced what you describe, although I've seen one or two other such reports over the years. If you select preload all and you get a stutter associated with sound then have a look at your sound settings in windows, in P3D and in PMDG products. All three should be the same. Also, the default installation of NVidia drivers will install HD Audio drivers that we do no use unless you have a HD Audio display device. Disable that and anything else not being used.
                Dan Downs KCRP
                i7-10700K 32GB 3600MHz 2080Ti

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by DDowns View Post

                  Not at all, the preload all option means all sounds are loaded at beginning of session. They are loaded once, and not at different phases of flight.
                  I've never experienced what you describe, although I've seen one or two other such reports over the years. If you select preload all and you get a stutter associated with sound then have a look at your sound settings in windows, in P3D and in PMDG products. All three should be the same. Also, the default installation of NVidia drivers will install HD Audio drivers that we do no use unless you have a HD Audio display device. Disable that and anything else not being used.
                  Thanks for explain
                  Reyhan Naufal

                  i3-9100F, H310M, 1x8Gb @2666, MSi RX 580 8Gb armor OC
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