NIS with Pimax 8kX for DCS

Hi @all,
How can i use NIS (Nvidia Image scaling) for my Pimax 8kX with SteamVR and PiTool for better FPS results in DCS?

Greetings,
Hallobalo1

don’t think about it any further

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i think this works with dcs:

iirc theres a small change you make to the config file you download with the mod which enables NIS instead of FSR.

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Isn’t worth the effort. DCS is so CPU bound. Reshade brings something for a better look.
For more performance, it is more helpful to clock the CPU to at least 5GHz. Then use ProjectLasso and Route everything in such a way that DCS has the two best cores for itself. So SteamVr and everything that the system does not need relocated.
I get 68-90 FPS in normal FOV at 90Hz in single player. Multiplayer gnaws at the CPU again in such a way that it tends to drop to 35-50FPS.
(10850k + moddet TitanRTX)

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ah right ok, can’t say i’ve used it in dcs so wouldn’t know.

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These are my pc spec.:

Mainboard: Asus Prime z690-A
Memory: 32 GB DDR5 6000MHz CL36
Drives: 1x normal SSD 540MB/s with Win10 + m.2 pci-e x4 NVME 7000 MB/s with DCS
CPU: Intel i9 12900k (not overclocked)
GPU: MSI RTX 2080Super (not overclocked)
Driver: Nvidea Version 497.29 from 12/20/2021
Windows: Win 10 Pro (Driver up to Date - 21H2 - and komplett new installation)
PiTool: V1.0.1.273
Headset: Pimax 8kX view “normal”
Headset Firmware: V2.1.255.299
Cable: Pimax 6M Fiber Optical
Controller: Valve Index Controllers Knuckles

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best cpu / ram on the market. gpu also ok. i think dcs runs smooth like butter

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