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One of my first flights using DX10 in FSX with the PMDG777 in BA colors operating as BAW219. UK2000 and Flightbeam scenery.

 

 

Pin in sight...

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Taxi to runway...

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Climb to FL350...

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Cruise...

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Time for some tea...

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FL350.jpg

 

Approaching TD..

approachingTD.jpg

 

Holding for a bit....

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1600FT

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Approaching DH...Flaps 30...

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flaps30.jpg

 

Nice view...

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A good pilot follows the line...

ontheline.jpg

 

Approaching the stand...

approachingstand.jpg

 

Offloading and de-boarding...

offloading.jpg

 

Shutdown checks complete ready for a nap...

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Nice shots! Overall good impression of DX10 after that one? How are the FPS after a long flight like that in comparison to DX9?

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Thanks. First impressions after using FSX for years without. NOT GOING BACK ANY TIME SOON! :rolleyes: B) :wub:

 

I've locked my frames at 30 and usually get in the mid teens with PMDG and FSdreamteam products before. Now I'm in the high 20s' constantly. Also my VAS issues have seemed to go away.

 

One issue that I am trying to solve is that the screens on the PMDG 777 VC are a bit blurry.

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Cool :) I'm still running in DX9, but having heaps of issues in the 777 on arrival (low FPS). I run a 4670k @ 4.2GHz and a GTX760 OC, yet it still can dip into the mid teens after 10+ hours of flying. What sort of specs do you run?

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Really nothing special. A old I7 920 overclocked to 3.8Ghz on water. EVGA GTX 550 Ti. I'm thinking of upgrading, really hard to keep up with the changes in technology. So much has changed since I built it. I'm really getting my moneys worth...


Thanks William.

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