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    Skitso
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    Hey everyone,

     

    I’m playing with core i5, 16gb RAM and GTX1070. Without 4x AA I’ve been able to play almost every table with more or less locked 165hz. But for some bizzarre reason I’ve now noticed odd performance issues. Every time flashers fire my FPS tanks. Drops are noticeable, in range of 30-40 fps drops, no matter the table I play… I haven’t changed settings or hardware or updated VPX. Any idea where to start searching the cause?

    #190451
    Thalamus
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    Windows defender or something else that changed ? Win10 ? Auto updates on ?

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    #190454
    randr
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    thalamus is probably right. check windows defender disable that

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    #190467
    Skitso
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    Yeah, that did the trick! Thanks Thal. :)

    Hmmm… As I don’t have a separate cabinet to play VPX, I need to have this computer connected to the net. So I really can’t disable windows defender completely, but always going into the settings and disabling it when I want to kick some pinball doesn’t sound too inviting either. Any suggestions?

    #190468
    The Loafer
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    It’s something the devs are aware of, there is discussion on this issue at VPF in the VPX 10.7 beta thread

    #190480
    Thalamus
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    I don’t see a problem with turning of defender while playing ?? Are you browsing on the machine while playing ? How are you expecting to get affected while playing is my question.

    #190482
    The Loafer
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    although I agree it’s probably safe to turn off while playing VP, the issue is some of the software we use, like a front end, has internet capabilities so you never know, by accident, those other sites could be compromised.  As well, I’m an old fart and us old farts could forget to turn Defender back on after we are done with VP :)

    #190494
    Skitso
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    I don’t see a problem with turning of defender while playing ?? Are you browsing on the machine while playing ? How are you expecting to get affected while playing is my question.

    Yeah, as I wrote in the earlier post: “always going into the settings and disabling it when I want to kick some pinball doesn’t sound too inviting either”.

    So it’s more of an inconvenience thing, I suppose…

     

     

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