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is out, and I was wondering why there's no topic about. Now, here it is  ...

Can not say anything more, but I'm pretty sure it will arrive on my sim as soon as I'm back from work.

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Probably nobody could install because of unfounded "not enough disk space" error. I have nearly 1TB free, how much more does it want?


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21 minutes ago, Nemo said:

Probably nobody could install because of unfounded "not enough disk space" error. I have nearly 1TB free, how much more does it want?

Well...that is exactly my point. Allthough I am still having space on my nvme ssd (2x1TB and one normal 1tb ssd). 

I can not imagine to spend a lot of "money on TE scenery" because I am really thinking that "Streaming" will become the nearby future. 

It is, at least for me, not my prefered way to install 60GB to 75GB PER region as I am mainly flying long haul, means you will see the region a couple of minutes and than........it´s gone anyway.

I would love the see a streaming service (optional?) to have the most accurate scenery, disk space saved and up real life looking. I

That is why I only have 2xTE  on my rig......

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I agree @mpo910.  In fact I see myself buying maybe 1 or 2 of these.  Southern Cal and FL when released. As somebody in V5 who has not used these products, how much do they slow performance down?


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Just now, micstatic said:

I agree @mpo910.  In fact I see myself buying maybe 1 or 2 of these.  Southern Cal and FL when released. As somebody in V5 who has not used these products, how much do they slow performance down?

Performance is another thing to keep in mind. But even if the performance was good....really good, I won´t install these sizes.

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50 minutes ago, micstatic said:

I agree @mpo910.  In fact I see myself buying maybe 1 or 2 of these.  Southern Cal and FL when released. As somebody in V5 who has not used these products, how much do they slow performance down?

Performance is pretty good depending on your sliders of course. There is more auto gen trees and buildings. Maybe a couple frames less than the same FTX area but you get a lot more Stuff on screen too.


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The area around Portland is full of stuttering.

Do not rush to buy.

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5 minutes ago, BMW969 said:

The area around Portland is full of stuttering.

Do not rush to buy.

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Do you lock your frame rate to anything?


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9 minutes ago, micstatic said:

Do you lock your frame rate to anything?

Only VSynk ON  +  TripleBuffering

You can see how the chart bounces off 60

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@BMW969I bet you would have far better results trying to lock at 30


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2 minutes ago, micstatic said:

@BMW969I bet you would have far better results trying to lock at 30

But everything is smooth over London

I want others to check. There may be a problem on my side.

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1 hour ago, mpo910 said:

It is, at least for me, not my prefered way to install 60GB to 75GB PER region as I am mainly flying long haul, means you will see the region a couple of minutes and than........it´s gone anyway.

 

TE NCA, OR and WA together would give you a pretty good long-haul flight.

I've got TE NCA and WA, but might skip OR and fill the gap with Ortho4P3D. 


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I would be curious to see a few night screenshots in a small town or semi-desolate area. 

To micstatic, there already is a socal photoreal version available, (note my footer) 😉.

Size to me doesn't seem too bad what with the way storage prices have dropped.  I can grab an 8TB unit for $150.00.   Plus, when think of photoreal streaming I have heard one may still need a TB or 2 to buffer with 2020 to get the full experience, not to mention streaming costs to keep on and even maybe a subscription$.  It will be interesting to see which way MS2020 goes. 

In the meantime, I luv photoreal but want to hear a few more simmer's reaction before I dive in.

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6 minutes ago, Clutch Cargo said:

I would be curious to see a few night screenshots in a small town or semi-desolate area. 

To micstatic, there already is a socal photoreal version available, (note my footer) 😉.

Size to me doesn't seem too bad what with the way storage prices have dropped.  I can grab an 8TB unit for $150.00.   Plus, when think of photoreal streaming I have heard one may still need a TB or 2 to buffer with 2020 to get the full experience, not to mention streaming costs to keep on and even maybe a subscription$.  It will be interesting to see which way MS2020 goes. 

In the meantime, I luv photoreal but want to hear a few more simmer's reaction before I dive in.

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