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hi guys dominic here i was just wondering if you guys had any preferences on which pmdg 737 i should buy and which one is better ngx or ngxu pls let me know as soon as possible

thanks

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Hi Dominic. Only my opinion, but I'd go for the NGXu if I were you.


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I don't think you can buy the NGX anymore. At least not on the PMDG website.

Huh! You can for FSX 😁

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Is the NGXu available for FSX and FSX-SE.  I just ask because this was posted in the FSX forums and I am not sure if the "u" is available on this platform.  May only be 64 bit for P3D v4 and v5.

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6 hours ago, MarkW said:

Is the NGXu available for FSX and FSX-SE.  I just ask because this was posted in the FSX forums and I am not sure if the "u" is available on this platform.  May only be 64 bit for P3D v4 and v5.

Just to clarify, the original NGX is for FSX only.  The NGXu is for P3D v4 (and soon to be v5) only.  Buy the right one for your platform.


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Although personally if I had a choice between buying the NGX for FSX or going to P3D V5 and buying the NGXu, I'd do the latter. Because if at some point you decide to go to Prepar3D V5 bear in mind that you will have to repurchase an NG because your NGX, should you buy it, will not be usable in any version of P3D. I cant think of a more compelling reason to move from FSX to P3DV5 than not having a PMDG 737 NG and wanting to buy one. You're in the lucky position of being able to avoid paying for the same bird twice and boy did that grind a lot of gears including mine!🤣

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16 hours ago, dominic-l said:

hi guys dominic here i was just wondering if you guys had any preferences on which pmdg 737 i should buy and which one is better ngx or ngxu pls let me know as soon as possible

thanks

DOMINIc

As someone else stated if your on FSX then your only choice is the NGX. If you use P3D then the only choice is the NGXu.

That should narrow I’d down for you as you only have one option for FSX.


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1 hour ago, dominic-l said:

thankyou so much guys

Welcome.

BTW, if you go to their website and look at the products, it would have saved you some time since it tells which aircraft are available for which sim you use.


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