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Guest Mik75

P3D 2.5 NGX ENGM to ENZV

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Hi there!

The NGX is just to enjoyable in P3D 2.5 to stop flying her.

So, here you can see a few shots of a flight in beautiful Scandinavia with some pretty windy weather on approach, and with low visibility!

Addons in use:

PMDG NGX

Aerosoft Oslo v2

ASN SP2

FSDT GSX

REX Texture Direct HD

REX Soft Clouds

ORBX FTX Global

ORBX Open LC

I hope you like them:

 

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Very nice balance of color.....love those wing views!

 

HLJAMES

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Thanks a lot!

I really enjoy the wing views in the NGX! ;-)

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Love that last shot. Nothing like breaking out, but in case you don't the HUD can get you all the way there! 

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That looks amazing! I have to ask, what settings are you using? If I tried anything close to that I get an OOM! Beautiful shots!

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Thank you guys!

I can post my settings later on, but I can tell you that most sliders are set to somewhere in the middle. Autogen buildings are normal, vegetation at dense, scenery complexity at normal. Water is at max, shadows are medium, traffic at 10%. And it still looks so much better than FSX with way higher settings. And it's so much more fluid.

I use REX Soft Clouds with the DXT5 textures and ASN with visibility and cloud draw settings at 70nm and 4 cloud layers. My longest flight so far has been a bit over 2 hours (in the NGX) with no problems, stutters or OOM warnings.

And yes, I love the HGS too! It took some time to get used to it, but now, I use it on every landing, even in best VFR conditions! ;-)

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