Ordered FSX Booster 2013 from you last Monday, backup disc arrived 2 days later...great service as always thanks!
What a revelation this product is!
I have, by today's standards, a low spec system, but FSX Booster has increased the sim's performance by close to 25%. I'm achieving higher fps and enjoying significantly more objects/ground detail, while seeing smoother performance overall, so thought others might be interested in my initial experience with this product.
Before I installed it, I did a flight from YMML across the Melbourne CBD and suburbs at 2000 ft in the default Maule, with the "Fair Weather" theme selected, noting the fps (an average of 16) and the degree of stutters. Then, with Booster installed and running, I replicated the flight exactly. The fps was now consistently around 20, and got even higher east of the city, before landing at the little add-on country airfield at Lilydale (YLIL), with fps topping out at between 25 & 28 on the ground there.
I then jumped into the Carenado C337 Skymaster, which is significantly more frame-hungry, and flew to Moorabbin (YMMB) where, with the area buzzing with GA traffic, I achieved 17-20fps in the circuit and right down to the ground for the taxi to parking. Amazingly, even with frame rates at their lowest point, stuttering was minimal throughout all stages of the flight. Realism was hightened even more because Booster has enabled a higher level of detail radius to be used, eliminating that unconvincing "sparse" look in the distance.
For someone who is seriously technically challenged like me, it's the most straight forward pathway to tweeking imaginable. With minimal imput from the user, FSX Booster 2013 simply analyses how it can wring the best possible FSX performance from your specific system.
The manual is very good too, with simple step-by-step instructions that even I could follow...took me about 5 minutes max.
I know this is just one person's experience on one system, but the improvement was so significant that I thought it worth sharing.
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