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How would this older combo go on 65 inch TV 4K? 


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the size of the tv doesn't matter.  Your graphics card and cpu have to work just as hard to do 4k on a 65" as it does a 40".  What simulator?

I used to run p3d with a 1080ti just fine.  Your cpu though is getting old


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With some judicious compromises on slider settings, you can probably make it work.  The best bet would be P3D v5, since DX12 leverages your GPU the most, and VRAM limitations won't be much of a factor given the 1080Ti's 11GB of VRAM.  With a 65" screen, however, you're going to need all the AA you can muster, so other GPU-intensive settings will have to be heavily moderated, and with a quad-core non-HT 2500, you'll also need to fairly aggressively dial back CPU-intensive settings.

 


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Thanks guys. I think i will save the 4 k untill a PC upgrade when I also switch to MSFS 2020. 


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13 hours ago, zmak said:

Thanks guys. I think i will save the 4 k untill a PC upgrade when I also switch to MSFS 2020. 

As Bob has said you need to be careful with these huge screens in flight sim. A 65" 3840*2160 display has the same number of pixels per inch as a 32" FullHD display. Lots of AA processing will impact on performance.

I would suggest a 40" display to be more suitable as well as more practical. 110 pixels per inch versus 68. That's a big difference.

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On 9/2/2021 at 11:04 AM, zmak said:

I2500k OC 4.8ghz 

GTX 1080 TI 

How would this older combo go on 65 inch TV 4K? 

65" is indeed too big. A 4K 48" OLED TV is the best option at the moment for flight simulation imho, even better than my 49" ultrawide.

When using my 3060Ti (roughly equivalent to your 1080Ti), I get better performance on MSFS when compared to P3D. Just make sure to adjust the render scale if needed...

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also agree on 65 being too big.  I run a 43" and am happy.  I'd go smaller than that before I went bigger. 

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On 9/2/2021 at 10:04 AM, zmak said:

I2500k OC 4.8ghz 

GTX 1080 TI 

How would this older combo go on 65 inch TV 4K? 

Not very well at 3840x2160... 

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3 hours ago, GCBraun said:

65" is indeed too big. A 4K 48" OLED TV is the best option at the moment for flight simulation imho, even better than my 49" ultrawide.

It is not too big if you are the correct distance away. It is superb. 

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1 hour ago, Ianrivaldosmith said:

It is not too big if you are the correct distance away. It is superb. 

If we consider that a pilot sits around 1 meter from the flight-deck window, then it would be too big. Not sure if I would like simming much further away from the television.

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6 hours ago, GCBraun said:

If we consider that a pilot sits around 1 meter from the flight-deck window, then it would be too big. Not sure if I would like simming much further away from the television.

I'm currently on a 55 inch 1080p TV about 2 meters away sitting in a recliner with controls either side and feels like a could go bigger 

However I decided not to on my current specs 

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5 hours ago, zmak said:

I'm currently on a 55 inch 1080p TV about 2 meters away sitting in a recliner with controls either side and feels like a could go bigger 

However I decided not to on my current specs 

Yeah, I guess that could be possible if you use your setup mostly for simming. As I also do occasional work and play other games, tried a 55 and it was too big for me.

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