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Where is the AVSIM Guide for FSX?

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It is on the right side of most every AVSIM page under "Hot Spots".

 

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There's also a link in my signature.

 

Thanks Dave.

 

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And, I just used it yesterday after my 1000th re-install of FSX, in it's SE flavour :-)

 

Main reason were "Alpha Floor" videos on the PMDG 777 - I really have to go through the many interesting tests he has suggested :-)  Thx Alpha!

 

Then, after installing DTG's Flight School I will be waiting for their Flight Sim tittle and, in the waiting process, FSX:SE will allow me to use the good stuff I have :-)

 

It provided me with all I wanted, and gave me stable and very acceptable performance. Not much tweaking needed, really - just follow the recommendations there, adapting to your hardware...

 

Mine is old, already, an i5 2500, 3,3 Ghz, so, I am glad I can run my ASN, PMDGs, A2As, RealAirs, .... at 25+ fps most of the time :-)

 

One question:

 

I am staying in DX9 mode because I couldn't care less about shadows, and I didn't yet install Orbx FTX Global.  Will it impact negatively on my frames ? I can't recall from the last time I had it installed :-/

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I am staying in DX9 mode because I couldn't care less about shadows, and I didn't yet install Orbx FTX Global. Will it impact negatively on my frames ? I can't recall from the last time I had it installed :-/

 

No cost in framerates with FTX Global infact you might even get a slight increase

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Global won't affect your frame rate, but Global Vector will.

 

Just a polite note, it's better to start a new thread when you have a separate / different question. It helps with indexing.

 

 

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Global won't affect your frame rate, but Global Vector will.

 

Just a polite note, it's better to start a new thread when you have a separate / different question. It helps with indexing.

 

 

Best wishes.

 

ROGER that , both remarks :-)

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