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jtwhite

Overcast into Nashville

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Just a couple of pic...

Im flying on an old Dell XPS (quad core) I bought used, an old computer I built years ago, an old laptop passed around the family, an Nvidia Geforce GT 610 graphics card, a couple of Saitek Throttles, an old CH Products yoke, OpusFX (great program), REX textures, megasceneryearth's Tennessee tiles and a nice comfortable spot down in the basement..

It's amazing how real this can look. I like the default CRJ, using the Project Magenta software I bought years ago, and some GoFlight stuff I also have had lying around for years.

Everything is smooth as silk... I think Ill stop tweaking and just fly for a while.

 

 

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I really like the weather effects in the first shot. Regarding tweaking your system any further, I always have said "if it isn't broke, don't fix it".

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Nice setup!

Man, all these "pit" shots makes me really really really want to amp up my setup and at least get a yoke and throttle setup.


William Sequeira

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It is cozy, down there in the basement, over in the corner.

And its all self-contained and convertible.

  The setup shown there is for the CRJ, which is my favorite. When I switch to the Baron, my second favorite, or the 182, the glass cockpit screen then becomes where I run TA software's Plan-G - which is a great moving map program; or FSWidgets' EFB - which has great weather coverage, and Squawkbox, and the main computer above that runs the VC.

  Works great.

  I would maybe like a bit larger monitor .... oh, well.... wanna keep it cheap.

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