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Will this system run well with the pmdg 777 and not freeze or crash anymore

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My PC specs:

 

GPU: GTX GeForce 760

RAM: 8 GB

CPU: Intel i5 3570K OC @4.50 GHZ

System type: 64 Bit operating system

Number of processor cores: 4

 

Addons I plan on using

Pmdg 777

Fsx enhancer (enb with sky land water textures)

Ftx Orbx Global

 

Will I be able to get good frames for 15 hour long hauls and good graphics at the same time without freezing or crashes?

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Certainly! See PMDG product page for recommended equipment specifications all of which you exceed.

 

I've no problems with GTX 750Ti 2Gb with only a Core 2 Q9650 Quad 3 GHz and 4 Gb RAM. I  did have to upgrade video from 512 Mb but the minimum requirements are for 1 Gb VRAM.

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Windows 8 is not supported by PMDG. Search for some W8 users' experiences with the B777. (Heard many of them got the T7 going anyway.)

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Most probably. I run a 2600k @ 4.3 and a GTX580 3gb and it runs great. I don't see why it wouldn't work.

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My PC specs:

 

GPU: GTX GeForce 760

RAM: 8 GB

CPU: Intel i5 3570K OC @4.50 GHZ

System type: 64 Bit operating system

Number of processor cores: 4

 

Addons I plan on using

Pmdg 777

Fsx enhancer (enb with sky land water textures)

Ftx Orbx Global

 

Will I be able to get good frames for 15 hour long hauls and good graphics at the same time without freezing or crashes?

 

You should be fine if your fsx.cfg is set up and you NVidia inspector is set up, although back off on the anti-aliasing on a midrange card.

 

Also, make sure to install FSX into a folder like C:\FSX, NOT program files. And disable user account control.

 

The overclock you have will probably be the biggest helping hand in good frames - I went from i7-3770 @ 4.1 to i7-4790K @4.5 and have seen a roughly 5-8fps increase.

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