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  1. Hi, So I thought it would be a good idea to post settings in here that may help others in setting up P3D v4 - Obviously everybody's hardward and setups differ so please only use this as a guide, your experience may differ to mine. Feel free to post your setups here too and also add your machine specs too - as this will make it easier for people to compare specs and settings together. Well here are mine (so far) - If I update I will update this post... Machine Specs: CPU - Intel i7 4790k @ 4.4GHz GPU - Nvidia GTX1070 8GB HD's - 2 SSD's - one for scenery and one with 2 partitions - one for windows and one for P3D install RAM - 16GB Settings: First of all I use a tool called 'HotKey Resolution Changer' found here - https://funk.eu/hrc/ This will set a hotkey to switch between 60Hz and 30Hz monitor refresh rate - I use this as I use v-sync and that will try to keep the fps at whatever the refresh rate of the monitor is. So for instance, if I run unlimited fps and v-sync on, with a refresh rate of 30Hz - I will get 30fps in the sim. The combination of 30Hz, v-sync on, unlimited frames works really well in terms of smoothness. The reason for the last screenshot is to show I use DirectInput rather than Raw Input - this has given me a smoother control with rudder and yoke.