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For those looking at computer specs for MSFS this may, or may not, help.

i7 10700K, Asus Maximus XII Hero, RTX 2060 Super, 32GB 3600Mhz Corsair RAM, 500GB 970 EVO M.2, and 2TB EVO 860 SSD.

KMRY-KRHV-KSFO with Ultra settings and few clouds (12:00 local). Cessna 172 at 5000 AGL.

FPS 40-45
Max RAM 17.3 GB
Max VRAM 6.9 GB
Max CPU load 61% (core 2)
Max CPU temp 63C (core 5)

Max GPU load 100%
Max GPU temp 78C
Total bandwidth used 664 MB

Good results? Bad results? Average results? Don't care...I'm happy.

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Intel 10700K @ 5.1Ghz, Asus Hero Maximus motherboard, Noctua NH-U12A cooler, Corsair Vengeance Pro 32GB 3200 MHz RAM, RTX 2060 Super GPU, Cooler Master HAF 932 Tower, Thermaltake 1000W Toughpower PSU, Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit, 54TB disk storage, and other good stuff. Klaatu barada nickto.

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Means nothing without your resolution....

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15 minutes ago, W2DR said:

I'm happy.

And that is all that matters 😀

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48 minutes ago, W2DR said:

For those looking at computer specs for MSFS this may, or may not, help.

i7 10700K, Asus Maximus XII Hero, RTX 2060 Super, 32GB 3600Mhz Corsair RAM, 500GB 970 EVO M.2, and 2TB EVO 860 SSD.

KMRY-KRHV-KSFO with Ultra settings and few clouds (12:00 local). Cessna 172 at 5000 AGL.

FPS 40-45
Max RAM 17.3 GB
Max VRAM 6.9 GB
Max CPU load 61% (core 2)
Max CPU temp 63C (core 5)

Max GPU load 100%
Max GPU temp 78C
Total bandwidth used 664 MB

Good results? Bad results? Average results? Don't care...I'm happy.

Great to know! 

I just got an email that my new rig is arriving next week, very similar specs to yours.

Can’t wait! 😀

Edit: And congrats 🎈 enjoy!!!

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Congrats on the new computer. I just finished building a 10900K@5.2 with DDR-4 4400 on a Asus Hero board. I'm using a temp video card just for the buildup and waiting for a possible 3080 with 20gb of vram. For now I'm using the old box for flying. 

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i9-10900K@5.2 (HT off) / Asus Maximus Hero Z490 / RTX 3090 FE / Patriot Viper Steel 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 4400@4000CL17 / ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 280 / Phanteks Eclipse P600S / 2ea Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TB / 1ea Samsung 850 EVO 1TB / EVGA 1000W G3, 80+ Gold / Arctic P14 PWM Case Fans / Sony 43in 4K @ 30Hz / P3Dv5.1 & MSFS2020

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I see this motherboard for $400 on newegg.  I bet you could have gotten something equivalent in performance for $250-$300.  Put the saved $150-$100 on a better gfx card.  Did you buy this just recently?  The rtx 3070 will cost $500 due october.  Does the price you paid for the 2060 super+$150=$500? if so, :0   even if you couldnt have waited, you could still have gotten a better gfx card thats available now.  Not that you will return things and do this, its more for others to consider this strategy.

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MSFS Alpha tester on W10 Pro x64. Hardware: AMD 3700X 8 core 4.5ghz all core O.C. Cooler Master ML360R AIO, Asus X570-E mobo, Asus Strix 3090 24GB gfx card, G.Skill TridentZ 64GB (4x16) DDR4-3600 RAM, Samsung 250GB SSD (OS), Samsung 980 Pro 1TB M.2 pcie-4 NVMe SSD (MSFS install). EVGA 850w Gold cert PSU, CUK Continuum full ATX tower.  43" Sceptre 4K display. VR: HP Reverb G2.

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1 hour ago, Ianrivaldosmith said:

Means nothing without your resolution....

1920x1200 on both monitors.

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27 minutes ago, Brandon01110 said:

I see this motherboard for $400 on newegg.  I bet you could have gotten something equivalent in performance for $250-$300.  Put the saved $150-$100 on a better gfx card.  Did you buy this just recently?  The rtx 3070 will cost $500 due october.  Does the price you paid for the 2060 super+$150=$500? if so, :0   even if you couldnt have waited, you could still have gotten a better gfx card thats available now.  Not that you will return things and do this, its more for others to consider this strategy.

I'm glad you're such an expert but my daddy didn't raise no dummies. I bought the hardware at an estate sale for USD$1100...total. But, I did pay retail for the Windows 10 pro. Does that meet with your approval?

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Intel 10700K @ 5.1Ghz, Asus Hero Maximus motherboard, Noctua NH-U12A cooler, Corsair Vengeance Pro 32GB 3200 MHz RAM, RTX 2060 Super GPU, Cooler Master HAF 932 Tower, Thermaltake 1000W Toughpower PSU, Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit, 54TB disk storage, and other good stuff. Klaatu barada nickto.

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Not sure why you'd do all that and get a 2060 Super, which gives the exact same performance as my 3-year-old 1080. Depends on what you're upgrading from I guess. 

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glad you got a good deal.  If you would have paid normal retail price, would my assessment be wrong?

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MSFS Alpha tester on W10 Pro x64. Hardware: AMD 3700X 8 core 4.5ghz all core O.C. Cooler Master ML360R AIO, Asus X570-E mobo, Asus Strix 3090 24GB gfx card, G.Skill TridentZ 64GB (4x16) DDR4-3600 RAM, Samsung 250GB SSD (OS), Samsung 980 Pro 1TB M.2 pcie-4 NVMe SSD (MSFS install). EVGA 850w Gold cert PSU, CUK Continuum full ATX tower.  43" Sceptre 4K display. VR: HP Reverb G2.

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Just now, Brandon01110 said:

glad you got a good deal.  If you would have paid normal retail price, would my assessment be wrong?

 

Just be happy for the OP, why the need to be “right”? 

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good for him, but if someone would buy that list of hardware retail right now, its not a good strategy....thats my point sir. 


MSFS Alpha tester on W10 Pro x64. Hardware: AMD 3700X 8 core 4.5ghz all core O.C. Cooler Master ML360R AIO, Asus X570-E mobo, Asus Strix 3090 24GB gfx card, G.Skill TridentZ 64GB (4x16) DDR4-3600 RAM, Samsung 250GB SSD (OS), Samsung 980 Pro 1TB M.2 pcie-4 NVMe SSD (MSFS install). EVGA 850w Gold cert PSU, CUK Continuum full ATX tower.  43" Sceptre 4K display. VR: HP Reverb G2.

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You are heavily GPU limited.
It doesnt fit into the rest of the system regarding MSFS.

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3 hours ago, W2DR said:

For those looking at computer specs for MSFS this may, or may not, help.

i7 10700K, Asus Maximus XII Hero, RTX 2060 Super, 32GB 3600Mhz Corsair RAM, 500GB 970 EVO M.2, and 2TB EVO 860 SSD.

KMRY-KRHV-KSFO with Ultra settings and few clouds (12:00 local). Cessna 172 at 5000 AGL.

FPS 40-45
Max RAM 17.3 GB
Max VRAM 6.9 GB
Max CPU load 61% (core 2)
Max CPU temp 63C (core 5)

Max GPU load 100%
Max GPU temp 78C
Total bandwidth used 664 MB

Good results? Bad results? Average results? Don't care...I'm happy.

I would be very concerned getting that result on such a rig and i think your GPU is well underpowered for MSFS.

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