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  1. March 28, 2020, according to Chase's announcement in the forum, made about a week later.
  2. I never knew Jim, and don't recall ever communicating with him directly. Nevertheless, his contributions here helped me greatly. A donation in his honour has been made from across the pond to DAV.
  3. RTX 2080 Titans, at least early models, had a problem related to its onboard Gddr6 memory chips. They were shipped with either Samsung or Micron chips. Cards with the Micron chips exhibited different issues, and yours seems similar to some. There are a few YouTube vids on the subject.
  4. Also you might try checking for and disabling/removing any conflicting afcads. AI traffic add-ons sometimes include them. Mytraffic bundles lots of them.
  5. To answer the original question, I will not be ditching P3dv4 immediately after release of MSFS 2020. I will be an early adopter of the new sim, but I fly airliners almost exclusively, so there will have to be a fair number of high quality airliner add-ons before I would consider such a move. Also, My new PC is awash with storage space.
  6. Thanks for the replies. I like the idea of the adjuster on the Virtual Fly one but since I mostly fly the jets I'm not sure its the right style for me.
  7. I am looking to replace my Saitek Pro Flight throttle quadrants and would appreciate some recommendations. My budget might stretch to about £500 including shipping. Mostly I fly large airliners but also fly the Dash 8. I came across one that seems to fit the bill but I would like to hear from anyone who already has one of these, or any from the same maker. My Saitek throttles are beginning to spike (again) and I don't want to keep having to clean them. I am also considering the 737-style ones on that website. Any suggestions of similar products would be appreciated.
  8. Thanks Jim, I appreciate your efforts, as do a great many other people!
  9. Hi Jim. Could I also have the gauge please? Thanks.
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