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Great will do that tomorrow.


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Raymond Fry.

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downloading now 🙂


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I just wanted to go to sleep, now I have to stay up!

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Tansatlantic traffic seems to be very slow. I  may have to wait until tomorrow for downloading


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I hope they didn’t use the same updates from the NGXu for how it taxis in the sim. I still hate how the 737 feels on the ground.

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Any early vram observations? I only have 8gb - keeping my fingers crossed 🤞 

Cheers,

Pete


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Something is very wrong with PMDG's website. Did as RSR suggested, but lo and behold, the records for two purchases for the QoTS II and the add-on, the 747-8i have just vanished into thin air😡 Not exactly confidence-boosting!!!

And before anyone suggest, already posted in their Forum.

EDIT: Totally disregard this post of mine, as I have just  located my Purchases. Luckily I had kept a record of the dates as well as the Order Numbers I made my Purchases on, as the Order Numbers I logged and the current Order Numbers did not tally. Downloaded successfully.

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Rick Almeida

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7 minutes ago, Peter Z KCLE_EDDN said:

Any early vram observations? I only have 8gb - keeping my fingers crossed 🤞 

Cheers,

Pete

Did just test the 747-400 at Mallorca. My VRAM is at 7.4/9.1 GB at 4K resolution. 

I get awesome 44fps at ground.

Addons:

  • LEPA MK Studios
  • ORBX 
  • ACTIVE SKY (7/8 cumulus)

My System:

  • I7 8700k @5ghz
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • Gigabyte RTX 2080TI (11GB)

 

 

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have 4.5 / 6.6 gb vram at Schiphol with Orbx TENL and AIG at 70% at 2K with ASP3D 🙂

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André
 

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Base VRAM use at default KDTW with a V5 UPS 400F livery and default clear Sky theme is no worse than the Carenado Commander 114! That’s encouraging!

Have not flown yet, or brought ASPD3 into the picture, but until I start adding some high-end airport scenery, PMDG in and of itself does not appear to having a major VRAM impact. Have not tried the -8 yet, but will do so next...


Jim Barrett

Licensed Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic, Avionics, Electrical & Air Data Systems Specialist. Qualified on: Falcon 900, CRJ-200, Dornier 328-100, Hawker 850XP and 1000, Lear 35, 45, 55 and 60, Gulfstream IV and 550, Embraer 135, Beech Premiere and 400A, MD-80.

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Out of Gatwick no problem no stutters ORBX GB and UK2000 EGKK.


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Raymond Fry.

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Out of FT's EHAM smooth as butter+ASP3D


Rick Almeida

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Curious to know everyone's VRAM usage with heavy third party add-ons.

Such as AI Traffic, Global Ship Traffic, Active Sky, Orbx Global, Trees HD, TerraFlora v2, Buildings HD, GSX, Fs2Cre RAAS, City Scenery like Drzweicks add-ons, etc. and running in 4K res. and high to max settings.

If you can still run with all these add-ons and not go over your VRAM limit and also keep decent FPS. Then P3D v5 is a looking hopeful.


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