LDP1949

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  1. Thanks, but is there any way to retrieve the old legacy GTX327 gauge separately for FSX? I'm considering returning to FSX as primary with P3DV4 as secondary.
  2. Interested in the same; however, with UTL in pre-release status and My Traffic 6 not specifically designed for P3DV4 and lack of full developer support (due to health reasons), I'm in stand-by mode. Are there any time estimates for UTL, MT6 or any others on the horizon?
  3. I have installed GNS 530/430 V2 for both P3DV4 and FSX. Prior to the FSX installation, I un-installed the legacy RXP version and associated Garmin trainer. The V2 installation was flawless; however, during the process I've lost the legacy RXP G327 Transponder. How can i re-install just the GTX327 for FSX? Thanks / Les Parson
  4. I think it's a bug that's not likely to be fixed.
  5. I'm definitely interested in anything you're able to post. I'm using the C404 in anticipation of the C421C release but that could be months away. On a separate point, I did adjust the fuel scaler in aircraft.cfg to boost fuel flow, however, I realize issues are more involved and complex. Again, anything and everything you can post will be much appreciated. Thanks / Les Parson
  6. Andi, How do these actual numbers sound (P3DV4): A 14000 / FL140 MP: 31 RPM: 1700 FF TOTAL/LB/HR: 220 EGT: 1396F CHT: 266F KIAS: 144 TAS: 184
  7. [Vcockpit01] Background_color=0,0,0 size_mm=900,900 visible=0 pixel_size=900,900 texture=$gps_1 gauge00=Cessna_402C!Rules, 0,0,2,2 gauge01=Cessna_402C!Click, 0,0,2,2 gauge02=Cessna_402C!Air, 0,0,2,2 gauge04=Cessna_402C!sounds, 0,0,2,2 gauge05=FBGS_XMLSound_x64!FBGS_XMLSound, 0,0,1,1,Sound\MT#81 gauge06=rxpGNS2!GNS_530_1,10,10,900,1036 gauge07=rxpGNS2!GNS_530_1,66,190,596,509 I see a problem as I'm sure you do as well. Unfortunately, I'm departing for a real-world DC business trip at the moment and don't have the time to take a further look until Thursday.
  8. Thanks very much for the helpful info.
  9. These are GPU temps. I have not yet focused on CPU temps as most of the load is on GPU. I haven't yet adjusted fan speed.
  10. I have had a 5-year old Jetline PC upgraded to transition from FSX to P3DV4 w/ 3 x 24 Dell monitors. Upgrades include: 1.) Intel Core i7 6700K 4.0 GHz CPU Unlocked Quad Core Skylake Desktop Processor (without over clock) 2.) MSI Enthuastic Z170A LGA DDR4 Motherboard 3.) Kraken X62 Liquid Cooling System 4.) Nvidia GTX 980 8G GPU 5.) 16Ghz DDR4 RAM I have separate drives with FSX on Win 7/64 and P3DV4 on Win 10/64 on a 1TB SSD. With P3D operating, I typically see temps of 79-80C and occasionally low 80's. My question is how normal/abnormal is this and what can be done to lower temps? My local computer expert and I discussed GPU fan RPMs. I downloaded an EVGA Precision XOC program that includes fan speed options. My local expert guy hasn't been available and I'm reluctant to start changing things as I really don't know what I'm doin. Any suggestions are welcomed. Thanks in advance / Les Parson
  11. RXP V2 G530 Flysimware C402 by Les Parson, on Flickr
  12. Thanks Jean-Luc. I will have to learn how to post a screen shot first.
  13. Does anybody have the panel.cfg setup for the Flysimware C402? I looked in the 'Official Panel Configuration Thread' but did not see an entry. I've used the RXP Wizard for several aircraft without issue but this one doesn't line up very well in the VC. I've tried manual and simple gauge substitution with default settings. Many thanks / Les Parson
  14. You're right. We did analysis this way in the airline world with real time variables in ISA and especially wind for seasonal block adjustments. This environment is of course much different.