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Indepth comparison between P3D V2.5 and V3

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V3 brought every single thing we had hoped for in a staple replacement for FSX. It's safe to say Lockheed have gone above and beyond our expectations and V3 is WELL deserving of another $60 or $200..A REAL first impressions...not just talking about updates and changes with default scenery...certain popular youtubers should have done better..

 

Mind I remind you every single essential add-on works albeit with some tweaks, though all should have updated installers to rectify any issues with installation.

 

All in all, to you nay- sayers, I extend a giant WE TOLD YOU SO


Kaaron Gillett

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Wow, I would agree that this is the kind of "first look" we needed for V3. All the biased feedback and claims without solid science never did us any good. This is a great video. 


Let me guess.... you want 64bit. 

Josh Daniels-Johannson

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One word: fantastic!

 

Well, some more. The side-by-side was very revealing, and just monitoring the frame rates and VAS usage it is pretty evident that LM has put a lot of work into the core P3D engine.

 

Now, off to purchase FSCubed!


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Superb video !

 

This shows the superiority of v3 ...


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WOW!

A super video!

Real nicely done and very informative!

Thank You very much for sharing!


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Superb comparison with very valuable information, no "kids content", or "click the link in the description to get me money" style video!

Very nicely done!

I'll upgrade to V3 anytime soon!

Thanks a lot for your effort and work!

 

I agree, so tired of the "like and subscribe" epidemic. I actually dont think thats his video. I asked once the guy who makes those videos and he said he isnt on Avsim. May be wrong though. 


Let me guess.... you want 64bit. 

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Superb comparison with very valuable information, no "kids content", or "click the link in the description to get me money" style video!

Very nicely done!

I'll upgrade to V3 anytime soon!

Thanks a lot for your effort and work!

Just so we're all clear here this isn't my video, it was just made by a very good friend of mine and I decided to share it so more people can actually see the superiority of V3 :) but thanks from us both!

I agree, so tired of the "like and subscribe" epidemic. I actually dont think thats his video. I asked once the guy who makes those videos and he said he isnt on Avsim. May be wrong though. 

Yeah sorry about that should have made it clear that it isn't my video haha  :smile: the person who made it is a good friend of mine though, just thought I should share to educate the doubting masses ;)


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Great video. Exactly what many of us needed to know. It's like the comparison videos of FSX and FSX:SE where FSX usually crashed due to memory limitations.


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Great video. Exactly what many of us needed to know. It's like the comparison videos of FSX and FSX:SE where FSX usually crashed due to memory limitations.

He's the same guy that did the FSX vs FSX SE one :D


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Just so we're all clear here this isn't my video, it was just made by a very good friend of mine and I decided to share it so more people can actually see the superiority of V3 :) but thanks from us both!

Yeah sorry about that should have made it clear that it isn't my video haha  :smile: the person who made it is a good friend of mine though, just thought I should share to educate the doubting masses ;)

 

Thanks for clarifying and thanks for sharing. Guess I should subscribe to get these updates. 


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He's the same guy that did the FSX vs FSX SE one :D

 

 

Ah, yes. Now I saw it  :wink:


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Excellent video and guide.  I hope Rob does not mind if I pin this topic.

 

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