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beethamwest

New PC assembled, W7 64bit installed, FSX done now what?

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I mean after i have sorted my Nvidia Inspector settings, fsx.cfg tweaks. What order should i install (Like general things like GEX, UTX first? followed by the smaller sceneries, followed by REX?)I have a raft of add-ons to install, but in what order would be best (to avoid conflicts)I have Horizons VFR for the UK (all) as well as all the UK2000 airports.I have UTX for both EU and USAI have GEX for both EU and USA/CanadaREXShade and a loads of US/Asian airports.


My system which is due for delivery on the 27th October 2011

 

Intel i5 2500k 4.5ghz

Asus GeForce GTX560ti 1024mb GDDR5

Gigabyte Z68AP-D3

Corsair Vengeance Blue 8gb 1600mhz

Seagate Baracuda 500GB 6GB/s 16mb Cache

Cooler Master Elite case

Cooler Master hyper 212 CPU fan

G7 780w PSU - I know i need to upgrade this!

32" BEKO HD LCD screen

 

FSX Acceleration + UTX, GEX, REX, GenX VFR UK, all UK2000 airports, Mogwaisoft Shade, many Aerosoft Major Airports

 

And...

 

PMDG's 744X Queen of the skies.

 

Total outlay about £1500. Next i intend on getting a good Yoke and peddles.

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Start with basic stuff:Elevation (Mesh), Landclass, Texturing...And then aircraft and airports.Then tools: FSUIPC, traffic, ATC management...GEX is definitely installed AFTER UTX. And REX doesn't really matter.That's kind of a short-manual to what to install first.

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Defrag your HD, but not using the Win 7 defragger.

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Not the 1st time you have helped me out Word Not Allowed, cheers.It all comes tomorrow so i'll have a full day to get everything going. I have been told i ordered a bad motheboard though, so maybe i need to hold fire until that is exchanged.Global ScenerySpecific scenery (airports)AircraftActive Sky XCheers.


My system which is due for delivery on the 27th October 2011

 

Intel i5 2500k 4.5ghz

Asus GeForce GTX560ti 1024mb GDDR5

Gigabyte Z68AP-D3

Corsair Vengeance Blue 8gb 1600mhz

Seagate Baracuda 500GB 6GB/s 16mb Cache

Cooler Master Elite case

Cooler Master hyper 212 CPU fan

G7 780w PSU - I know i need to upgrade this!

32" BEKO HD LCD screen

 

FSX Acceleration + UTX, GEX, REX, GenX VFR UK, all UK2000 airports, Mogwaisoft Shade, many Aerosoft Major Airports

 

And...

 

PMDG's 744X Queen of the skies.

 

Total outlay about £1500. Next i intend on getting a good Yoke and peddles.

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Not the 1st time you have helped me out Word Not Allowed, cheers.It all comes tomorrow so i'll have a full day to get everything going. I have been told i ordered a bad motheboard though, so maybe i need to hold fire until that is exchanged.
No problem. What's the bad mobo you ordered?

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I wanted the Asrock Z68 PRO3, But had to order the Gigabyte Z68. The problem appears to be that the Gigabyte one only has a 4 pin CPU input where as the Asrock one has an 8, so overclocking the i5 2500k will be a problem.


My system which is due for delivery on the 27th October 2011

 

Intel i5 2500k 4.5ghz

Asus GeForce GTX560ti 1024mb GDDR5

Gigabyte Z68AP-D3

Corsair Vengeance Blue 8gb 1600mhz

Seagate Baracuda 500GB 6GB/s 16mb Cache

Cooler Master Elite case

Cooler Master hyper 212 CPU fan

G7 780w PSU - I know i need to upgrade this!

32" BEKO HD LCD screen

 

FSX Acceleration + UTX, GEX, REX, GenX VFR UK, all UK2000 airports, Mogwaisoft Shade, many Aerosoft Major Airports

 

And...

 

PMDG's 744X Queen of the skies.

 

Total outlay about £1500. Next i intend on getting a good Yoke and peddles.

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