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Logitech Joystick inputs cause massive FPS drop Ejets V3 E195 - SOLVED

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UPDATE:  This does not happen on the E175.  Only the E195 so far.  

 

I have loaded this plane in various places with various scenery complexities, and just sitting at a gate or rolling down a taxiway without touching any flight controls, I get 30+ FPS regardless and I'm happy with that situation. But turning the plane on a taxiway, or doing a flight control check, or trying to maintain centerline on takeoff, the second I move the joystick in any way, the FPS immediately drops to 7 or less and the plane is unusable, and then about two seconds later after I haven't touched anything, the FPS returns to it's normal, high, usable value.  AP commands do not affect FPS.  

I use a Logitech extremepro3D.

Thoughts?

Win 10

P3D 4.5

i7 7800K

2x GTX 1080 SLI

64GB RAM at 3000Mhz

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subject line edit by mods - added Logitech to description as this is possibly a controller specific issue and not users-wide; subject line noting issue solved with work-around discussed in the thread.

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Disable windows defender real time protection while flying the aircraft. There's a massive spike in CPU usage any time a control input is received by the aircraft. This can be seen if you have the task manager running. Don't know why this occurs. Happens with all my CH stuff as well on all the feelthere aircraft.

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So, After I determined that the E175 doesn't do this...  I've since flown the E195 without this occurring anymore.  I don't know if maybe I had to load the 175 first and now all the files are loaded?  Or my computer was randomly angry.....

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I'm running through the same issue and I'm not using a Logitech joystick - was it the window defender or did you just reboot? I can't seem to get over it even after reinstalling the aircraft.

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I have to temporary disable windows defender when I load up the 175 or the 195. It was that way for v2 and for the ERJ145. No other work arounds seem to alleviate the issue for me. It sucks but it's not a huge deal.

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4 hours ago, turbojetfan said:

I have to temporary disable windows defender when I load up the 175 or the 195. It was that way for v2 and for the ERJ145. No other work arounds seem to alleviate the issue for me. It sucks but it's not a huge deal.

Disable it as to switch it off completely? I'm running into this issue.

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On 12/18/2019 at 4:10 AM, FeelThere said:

Thank you for reporting back. Happy flying!

 

Vic

Not sure if you guys have noted this or not but turning off real time protection seems to be fixing the frame drop issue.

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I had the same problem (high FPS, but jittering and stuttering sim) with all Feelthere aircraft (other aircrafts no problems whatsoever) and stumbled on the workaround in the following link:

https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/showthread.php?296087-WILCO-FPS-loss-Win-8-10-SOLVED

It worked for me! My analysis is that somehow the Feelthere loading and control assignment manager outputs the preferences (including the control assignments) in an incompatible way to a respective file leading to stutters... With win7 compatibility and admin rights of the setup.exe file, all stutter and jitter are gone..  

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