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Looks like they found a way to stop their name from showing up

Based on some of the image artifacts, I think these are screen captures from an online video or live stream.

The time and date in some of the shots is February 22nd, so these are fairly old shots. Surprised they’re only showing up now.

Those autogen houses aren’t bad at all.

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Wow, those are the fugliest pictures ever.

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And the FPS shows its being run on a potato.

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Not cool. Someone is breaking the NDA. Despicable.

 

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1 hour ago, HiFlyer said:

And the FPS shows its being run on a potato.

Whatever it is, it's running at 1440p, supposedly max settings, and I saw only one situation with sub 30fps. This bodes really well. Tone back the settings a little and enjoy a smooth experience. Of course there could be jitters/stutters the shots don't capture but the it's looking decent for an Alpha performance, especially compared to a fully fledged P3D/Old XP11.

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I wonder if the moderators condone the breaking of NDA's?


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Posted (edited)

Well, the NDA is something between Microsoft and the users. It has nothing to do with a forum per se, especially since those leaks are not coming from around here

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Educated guess, running a Ryzen 3900x CPU (12 cores) - complete guess - 1080TI GPU???

Looking at the O2 shot as reference - I would say he's GPU bound, CPU looks like it's not breaking a sweat.

 


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Posted (edited)

I hope they put some more work into London before release. Approaching City Airport without highrises in the City and Canary Wharf would only be half the fun. 

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2 hours ago, RamonB said:

Not cool. Someone is breaking the NDA. Despicable.

Regarding the large number of alpha testers I am surprised this isn't happening more frequently.

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Not impressed at all, these pics look like word not allowed.

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And that’s why we can’t have nice things... ffs.

Please don’t make any assumptions regarding the performance, he could be running a 5 year old system.

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