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  1. Look at this auction https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GIGABYTE-GeForce-RTX-3080-10GB-GAMING/324303191861?hash=item4b81f9ff35:g:9zMAAOSwB3VfaLKe this is insane!
  2. Mark, probably stating the obvious here but the same thing happened to me a couple of weeks ago. The problem was that the radiator was choked with dust, I cleaned it out and the temps were back to normal. I was surprised how much difference the dust made. John
  3. What scenery is this, it looks amazing? John
  4. It's available on Kindle very cheaply if that's any use. John
  5. I'll watch this later but I'm very interested having nearly finished reading Flying the Edge by Matt McLauchlin about his time flying in PNG. I highly recommend it, its a gripping read, I'll be getting the scenery to recreate his trips. Your video couldn't have been more timely as I'd forgotten ORBX had done PNG, thanks for posting it. John
  6. I had a OOM crash yesterday flying the PMDG 737 in ORBX Norway and when starting up the sim today I found through being alerted by AS16 that my exe.xml and dll.exe files had both been wiped. The files still existed but were completely blank when I opened them with Notepad++. Fortunately I was able to restore them from previous backups but I was quite surprised by this and have never experienced it before. Was it caused by the crash or could something else have caused it? John
  7. Just wondering what your specs are. I can run the 777 ok but I'm holding off getting the A320 for the moment until I upgrade. No criticism of the price, I'm sure it's worth it but it's a big risk if you think it might be a slide show. I'm still on an overclocked i7 930. John
  8. No problem.http://www.digital-aviation.de/l_html/main.htmlJohn
  9. If you look back in this thread to panel.cfg I posted previously, in the Main Panel you can change the last few lines to this:gauge60=../CIVA/INS!Config, 0,0,100,,B732insgauge61=B732ADV!hsi, 185, 795, 187, 167gauge62=../CIVA/INS!UpdateFlags, 947,881,100gauge63=../CIVA/INS!NavModeSingle, 1054,878,47,67John
  10. Jerrycwo4, I thought I'd do a quick experiment to see if was right.I loaded the default King Air, then opened the GPS followed by the Radio stack. From then on the GPS was always behind the Radio. I then loaded the default Cessna and then back to the King Air. This time I opened the Radio first followed by the GPS. Amazingly the Radio was always behind this time no matter in which order I subsequently opened the windows. Try it, it DOES work for me.John
  11. As far as I remember it depends on the order in which you open the windows. John
  12. I posted a while ago about removing modules. It was something I saw suggested in another post and I decided to try it as I had noticed a definite slowdown in fps over time. I basically tried removing all none Microsoft modules except the PMDG one as I wanted to use the 737 as an example of a plane that used to work better. Th experiment was very successful. I ended up putting most of the modules back without slowing the sim down, but I never got to the end of the experiment and still have a few of the modules in a backup folder. I don't have the ones you list though. It's no problem removing modules, if you remove an essential one the sim just won't start with an error message listing the culprit, replace it and try again.John
  13. You should normally be able to open an aircraft.cfg file with Notepad or Wordpad.John
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