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Romflyer

Considering Xplane

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I am currently an FS9 user and am considering giving Xplane 10 a go.

I run dual monitors and export the gauges to the second monitor which is enclosed in a homebuilt cockpit.....so I'm wondering how Xplane handles exporting gauges and arranging custom layouts of 2d panels.

Here are a couple of shots which demonstrates what I would need to get the second monitor to do.........So my question is would this be fairly easy to do with Xplane 10?

Cheers

Romflyer

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Thanks for the info.....that definitely looks like a solution, although I was hoping for something a little more inclusive from within the sim. This would add to my start-up costs of using Xplane dramatically.

I'll have to think a bit more about this before I shell out $200-$300 just to get my feet wet.

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Thanks for the info.....that definitely looks like a solution, although I was hoping for something a little more inclusive from within the sim. This would add to my start-up costs of using Xplane dramatically.

I'll have to think a bit more about this before I shell out $200-$300 just to get my feet wet.

Look at XHSI...free.

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I am going for XPX too, was planning on P3d V2 but changed my mind, just wondering if it run well around 20-25 fps on my HD 7750 2GB of course i don't expect max settings but nice mid settings with good scenery autogen , I was considering R7 260x but as I have to keep my power bills down I have to stick with the current card.

 

 

And I am on Eyefinity.

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