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Mike_CFII_MEL

Jetline Systems Ready to Ship - 6700K

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Hi Everyone,

 

Just got word that my systems are just about ready to ship, and I have a date with Ken for Wednesday of next week to integrate the new computers into the mix. A couple of things he told me about the setup that I think is going to take my simming to new heights.

 

1. He told me he was running P3D at FULL MAX settings!

 

2. The setup is able to maintain 60 FPS and has shown no sign of dipping down below that

 

3. He ran overnight flight testing with no VAS issues, (thanks to no V/C and/or 2D cockpit).

 

 

The setup: 1-10 core CPU setup, 3-6700K setups, 3-4700K setups: Seven computers run via network with NO V/C or 2D panels, P3D3 is run via Flight Deck Solutions 737NG and Sim-Avionics interface software.

 

I believe they installed The following 3rd. party software into P3D

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FlightBeam Studios
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KSFO HD
KPHX
KIAD
KDEN

Flytampa

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Montreal CYUL
Toronto CYYZ
Boston KBOS
Midway KMDW
ST MAARTEN COMPLETE

FS Dreamteam
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KJFK Version 2
KLAS
KORD
LSZH
KFLL
LSGG
PHNL
KDFW
CVYR
Hawaiian Airports Vol. 1
Hawaiian Airports Vol.2

KLAX
Ground Services X
KMEM

Imagine Simulations
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KCLT
KCVG
MYNN
TJSJ
KLGA
KAUS
KATL

Latin VFR
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KSAN
KSNA
KRSW
KMIA V3
KRDU

Taxi2Gate
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KSTL
MMMX Extreme
MHTG
KMCO
KSEA

TROPICALSIM
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KDCA
KMCI

Utilities

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FSUIPC 4
WideFS 7
 

Flight 1

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My Traffic Professional 6

ORBX

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FTX Global Base
FTX Global LandClass
FTX Global Alaska & Canada
FTX Global Europe
FTX Global Vector
FTX United States
Trees HD


Still waiting on Black Marble, looking forward to testing some dusk / nigh flights around some third party airports.

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Hi,

 

Right now I've been without my sim for a long while, so I plan on using it with my 4k's until the itch is gone. Going through flightsim withdrawals. I'm not sure yet, it depends on if I can justify the cost for Natvis over Jetline here in Tampa.

 

Haven't made up my mind yet.

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Hi,

 

I did, but my understanding was I'd have to purchase more than one software package to get what I want.

 

 

Jetline offer projector setup and blending? I didn't know that. Have you looked at Fly Elise?

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Mike,

 

Did you have to do any special wiring to your home to carry the load from the computers, monitors, etc.?

 

blaustern

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Hi,

 

Just had the electricians get done running 14 outlets on three 20 amp breakers for the seven computers, three 4ks, and the flightdeck. Also had a 2ton Split A/C unit put in to cool the room.

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Congrats Mike!! Might be time for a new upgrade of my Jetline System. Those guys are really top notch all around.

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Hi Tim,

 

Yeah Ken is a great guy, right now he is working out an issue with one of the computers the others are all set. They were able to overclock the 6700K's to 4.6, Sweet. Looking forward to getting back to simming.

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Hi,

 

Just had the electricians get done running 14 outlets on three 20 amp breakers for the seven computers, three 4ks, and the flightdeck. Also had a 2ton Split A/C unit put in to cool the room.

 

Wow, keep us updated. :smile:

 

blaustern

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Hi,

 

Just had the electricians get done running 14 outlets on three 20 amp breakers for the seven computers, three 4ks, and the flightdeck. Also had a 2ton Split A/C unit put in to cool the room.

A very nice setup indeed! Being that you are in Tampa, where thunderstorms are common, do you have good protection against power line surges, and/or outages? You can, of course, protect each PC individually with a good UPS - put in a multiple computer system like yours, protection of the entire AC supply upstream of your sim room might be better.

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Hi,

 

I pay FPL for power surge protection coming into the house, but I also have in home surge protectors.

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I kept wondering while reading through this thread, what takes longer to start up from cold and dark, your simulation system or the 737NG you are simulating with it?

 

I can sense your excitement about receiving the computers and am looking forward to your first test flight report.

 

Ted

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