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Guest JacobKoziarz

Is there a way to run it on a Quad core in any civilized way ? I get Homo sapiens sapiens 40 fps on the way there and the fps drop to cromagnon 9 as soon as I hit Heathrow. Is there a way to enjoy it in FSX ?Q6600 @ 3 GHz4 Gb RAMVista 64 bitDX9

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>Is there a way to run it on a Quad core in any civilized way>? I get Homo sapiens sapiens 40 fps on the way there and the>fps drop to cromagnon 9 as soon as I hit Heathrow. Is there a>way to enjoy it in FSX ?>>Q6600 @ 3 GHz>4 Gb RAM>Vista 64 bit>DX9I just did a flight into the stock Heathrow and got 14 FPS on the runway with Active Sky X and TrackIR. 9 FPS may not be that unrealistic with a custom airport.Maybe you should ask on the Aerosoft support forum. They might have some good ideas.http://www.forum.aerosoft.com/RonQ6600 @ 3GHz2Gb RamVista 32 UltraDX10

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Guest ianrivaldosmith

Good luck is all I can say....Im still tuning my FSX on my system to eliminate blurries, stutters etc....depending on when am flying, got 3 cfg's now! The thing is beutiful when you get it right, but a nightmare the other 70% of the time!I would stay clear of addon airports until I get at least a 45nm Quad running at 4.5GHZ at least ( which will be some time before the price is affordable!)

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Right on! Being a heavy iron fan of the PMDG/LDS variety this is the main reason I have stayed well clear of FSX as I just don't believe it will ever be a practical option for those of us who enjoy complex aircraft and detailed airports populated with realistic levels of AI. Looking at the roadmaps for CPUs it will be quite some time before we see 45nm quads running @ 4.5 Ghz at least without trying your luck with the overclocking lottery.Bruceb

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