FPS issues in omsi.

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Unitt

Member
Mar 26, 2016
51
Hi, I've wanted to make this thread as I've been having some issues within Omsi, like with certain maps I'm sat at 14FPS to 18FPS and It's really a bummer, Like on other games I can get constant 30FPS even 40. I know my PC specs aint the best but here they are:


AMD 6100 - 6 Core processor


AMD Radeon 7770 1Ghz Edition


8GB of 1333Mhz Cosair Memory


1TB Segate HDD


and that's pretty much the main specs, I was wondering if there's any optimization mods for omsi or stuff like that? If so please share, as it will help so much, I've tried reducing AI and stuff but didn't really do anything.
 

Lakitu

Prepare for trouble! Make it double!
Content Control
Jan 1, 1970
733
What is your processor clock speed?


Also have you tried the following


- increasing target framerate


- Reducing adjacent tile count to 1


- Setting reflection to economy


- Using CFF explorer to allow OMSI to handle more than 2GB of address space?
 

whistlehead

Alias Mr Hackenbacker
Staff Team Leader
Forum Moderator
UKDT
Premium Subscriber
Dec 10, 2015
1,320
Increasing target frame rate won't help if you're under 30fps already, but there are a few things you can try.

  • Everything else Joe suggested (Google NTcore 4gb patch, apply it to OMSI.exe - you have to do this again every time you reinstall, update or validate the game cache of OMSI)
  • Turn Reflexions down to 256*256 (or even 128*128)
  • Turn off any other programs while playing, especially internet browsers
  • Use only low-res textures and/or limit all textures to 256*256
  • Turn down object settings
  • Use reduced AIlist
  • Turn off all stencil buffer and particle effects

You can find all of these except the NTcore 4gb patch in the options menus
 

Toucan

Hmmm
Mar 28, 2016
194
It's your processor. I have a quad core 4300 (AMD) which handles it. How many maps do you have? Maybe defrag your hard drive aswell. Omsi is a processor based game that's why many people get low frames.
 
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