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Justsim EDDH Hamburg got released

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Get it at simmarket for FSX and P3D!

Price is 19,95 EUR (+VAT), and the screenies look very promising!

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In 2016 AS has updated their Hamburg with SODE jetways and a new Afcad file.

Is this version worth purchasing if you have the updated AS version ?

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In 2016 AS has updated their Hamburg with SODE jetways and a new Afcad file.

Is this version worth purchasing if you have the updated AS version ?

I have the updates AS version. Its performance is pretty bad in P3D for me, and the textures aren't too good as well anymore by today's standards. I'll get Justsim's release for sure!

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I have the updates AS version. Its performance is pretty bad in P3D for me, and the textures aren't too good as well anymore by today's standards. I'll get Justsim's release for sure!

I will see if the textures have been mipmapped.

Probably will buy Justsim's version too ....

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I will see if the textures have been mipmapped.

Probably will buy Justsim's version too ....

Main reason to update for me will be the performance!

On my system, I get worse framerates with AS EDDH than I get with FT's EHAM or AS EDDF v2. So that's why I don't fly into or out of EDDH in P3D too often.

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Main reason to update for me will be the performance!

On my system, I get worse framerates with AS EDDH than I get with FT's EHAM or AS EDDF v2. So that's why I don't fly into or out of EDDH in P3D too often.

When I was heavy into FSX, Aerosoft was the go too place fro Euro airports. Not anymore. I feel they have dropped the ball in recent times, and the new kids on the block like Pacsim and Justsim are leaving AS behind. In fact a good kick in the backside.

AS Hamburg is just a makeover and still has fs9 code no doubt.

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When I was heavy into FSX, Aerosoft was the go too place fro Euro airports. Not anymore. I feel they have dropped the ball in recent times, and the new kids on the block like Pacsim and Justsim are leaving AS behind. In fact a good kick in the backside.

AS Hamburg is just a makeover and still has fs9 code no doubt.

You're right! The "ancient" code might be the main cause for the poor performance.

I am really looking forward to giving Justsim's rendition of EDDH a try! I have many of their releases, and they all perform extremely good on my system.

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Interested to hear feed back on how it is.

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Interested to hear feed back on how it is.

I'll report back with the first impressions asap! ;-)

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Nice airport, nothing spectacular, but easy on frames and VAS. I ditched the AS version for it, and I am more than happy I did. No SODE jetways yet, but they will be patched in.

 

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I´d call it a very solid rendition, with very nice texturing, an immersive atmosphere and spectacular performance (35-40 fps in the VC of the NGX, and 65-75 fps in the oustide view, or 32-36 in the VC of the FSL Airbus and 40-45 fps in its spot view)! VAS usage is on the (extremely) heavy side, though, with only 1GB left in the NGX and 785meg in the FSL A320X. 

And another issue (I´ve seen with other Justsim airports as well), are flickering ground and runway textures, depending on from where you look upon them (angle, distance).






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VAS usage is on the (extremely) heavy side

O Dear...

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O Dear...

Must be some kind of bug. I can see no reason for that!

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