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Well it looks like MR. STEVE stole my spot in being the first to say Happy new Year... So, my title is different. :PAnyway, I just want to tell everyone: HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! So I made this little video to go along with my thoughts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXFTExUIVZA&feature=youtu.beBTW, that video was made on my new PC... Can you believe it?!?! The frames are exceptionally good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The video I made above (~2 minutes) took like 2 minutes to render!!! My old computer would have taken 7 years.... JK. More like 1 hour and a half!!In the video, I'm using the NGX (duh) in the Carribean Airlines livery, on a short flight from TNCM to TTPP (Sint Maarten --> Piarco, T&T). I hope you enjoy it. :(


i7-6700K @ 4.5 GHz, 16 GB DDR4-2400 MHz, GTX 1070 8GB

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Happy New Year to you too. Make sure you have your e/start switches set to continous during flight :(


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Nice vid, happy new year! Btw, I've got the same specs as you. Now all I need is a new yoke =D.

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Nice vid, happy new year! Btw, I've got the same specs as you. Now all I need is a new yoke =D.
Thanks, you too! I haven't overclocked yet... ;)

i7-6700K @ 4.5 GHz, 16 GB DDR4-2400 MHz, GTX 1070 8GB

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I don't know to much about computers but does overclocking really give a big increase in performance? If so, is it free software to do it, and does this effect the overall long term performance of the machine? I've kinda been wondering about doing it myself.

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Make sure you have your e/start switches set to continous during flight :(
Huh?Happy New Year To All!!

Jim Cranford

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I don't know to much about computers but does overclocking really give a big increase in performance? If so, is it free software to do it, and does this effect the overall long term performance of the machine? I've kinda been wondering about doing it myself.
No, just use the BIOS of your motherboard. As long as you don't want your CPU to run at 5.2GHz... No, not really.

i7-6700K @ 4.5 GHz, 16 GB DDR4-2400 MHz, GTX 1070 8GB

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Well it looks like MR. STEVE stole my spot in being the first to say Happy new Year... So, my title is different. :PAnyway, I just want to tell everyone: HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! So I made this little video to go along with my thoughts:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXFTExUIVZA&feature=youtu.be

BTW, that video was made on my new PC... Can you believe it?!?! The frames are exceptionally good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The video I made above (~2 minutes) took like 2 minutes to render!!! My old computer would have taken 7 years.... JK. More like 1 hour and a half!!In the video, I'm using the NGX (duh) in the Carribean Airlines livery, on a short flight from TNCM to TTPP (Sint Maarten --> Piarco, T&T). I hope you enjoy it. :(
Hey Diego!By the looks of the video, I cant' wait to get my hands on that i5 myself ;) Thx for sharing!Mas

Martin Jensen

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Make sure you know what you're doing!
Yep, I'm going to look around before messing with this system! =)

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