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Wow, that looks absolutely stunning. Thanks for HU. I am just wondering how PNW would look like with this technique ...

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Amazing. Thanks for sharing! 

On a side note: Why does your title say: Orbx EU Netherlands True Earth P3Dv2 trailer

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58 minutes ago, Anders Bermann said:

On a side note: Why does your title say: Orbx EU Netherlands True Earth P3Dv2 trailer

Must be a typo.

 

Great video! I do see some obvious stuttering though... I can't imagine this scenery to run smooth on my PC with all sliders right but we'll see how this new tech will perform very soon! And well, if it doesn't run well, I'll get the AFS2 version later on.

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12 minutes ago, rjfry said:

How much space is going to eat on the SSD.

This came up several times and JV from ORBX  hesitates to give a concrete answer. My guess (wish?) is 15-20 GB.

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1 hour ago, Nemo said:

This came up several times and JV from ORBX  hesitates to give a concrete answer. My guess (wish?) is 15-20 GB.

My guess is 100-150 GB. It certainly won't be 10-20: this is photoreal scenery, not landclass.

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looks really good. Seeing nl 2000 is huge as well. I expect this will be as well it is less data and more real pictures

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On 4/11/2018 at 1:02 AM, Nemo said:

This came up several times and JV from ORBX  hesitates to give a concrete answer. My guess (wish?) is 15-20 GB.

Most simmers now go for separate drives for scenery. A dedicated scenery Hybrid SSD/HD 1-2 TB is pretty cheap

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Just consider the disk space required for Europe as a network of such regions though... that is some high-end equipment to keep loading times to a minimum...

I will wait on reviews before I even consider purchasing something like this, even on my new system I built about a month ago...

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