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  1. Found this for a little more. Seems to provide more info on the parts https://www.amazon.com/6th-Gen-Gaming-Desktop-Computer/dp/B01AWZ0TC6/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_txt?ie=UTF8
  2. The PSU is 730w. Shows in the specs on the micro center website
  3. I found this site which was recommended as providing great deals on all computer parts and they also sell a few built gaming desktops. This one below all looks fantastic. I would sell the graphics card instantly though and purchase a 980 or 1070 and also need to ask someone who works there what the deal is with the motherboard because it doesn't show one in the specs. Other than that, does this look like a good setup to have to run P3D? http://www.microcenter.com/product/457257/Predator_AG6-710-70001_Desktop_Computer Thanks!
  4. Nevermind, I found a voltage limit option inside the inspector overclock section.
  5. Hi, I have a question regarding a limit to the voltage my card can go up to. I use precision x and FSX always seems to crash when it boosts the voltage up to 1013, however, if when I am using FSX and it keeps the voltage at 0965, then it never crashes and is fine. However, I don't know how to stop precision x from automatically jumping up to 1013 volts. Is there a program out there where I can just keep the voltage at 0965 to below 1000 without it going up to 1013? The card is a 580GTX Really would like some help. Thank you.
  6. Hi, recently, out of the blue, whenever I use my joystick to pan around the cockpit or external view, it pans extremely sluggish and because of this, stutters. Even though I am getting a clean 30 or 40 fps constantly. It's odd because it literally started to happen when I restarted my sim. If I hold spacebar and move my mouse to pan, everything is smooth and looks great, but obviously I much prefer to use my joystick for the panning as its easy to do while flying. Does anybody know how to fix this? Is it a camera.cfg fix? Something else.... Really hoping for some insight. I've attached a video showing you what I am talking about, its hard to tell from the video, but the panning is sluggish, and does stutter and its not to the 30 or 40 fps it displays in the corner. Normally with that many FPS, when I pan, it's very smooth and somewhat fast also, not slow like you see in the video. I run at 4Ghz with a 580GTX, Many thanks! By the way, ignore the crazy textures, easy fix. http://vid379.photob...zpsa2elqlsa.mp4
  7. Hi, recently, out of the blue, whenever I use my joystick to pan around the cockpit or external view, it pans extremely sluggish and because of this, stutters. Even though I am getting a clean 30 or 40 fps constantly. It's odd because it literally started to happen when I restarted my sim. If I hold spacebar and move my mouse to pan, everything is smooth and looks great, but obviously I much prefer to use my joystick for the panning as its easy to do while flying. Does anybody know how to fix this? Is it a camera.cfg fix? Something else.... Really hoping for some insight. I've attached a video showing you what I am talking about, its hard to tell from the video, but the panning is sluggish, and does stutter and its not to the 30 or 40 fps it displays in the corner. I run at 4Ghz with a 580GTX, Many thanks! By the way, ignore the crazy textures, easy fix. http://vid379.photobucket.com/albums/oo231/simmingaccount/IMG_0754_zpsa2elqlsa.mp4
  8. I have a 580GTX and just started using the 8xSQ version and its great, I have smooth edges on my aircraft which I wanted however when I pan around my aircraft and cockpit I will get these split second black flickers which obviously means its loading my texture but its rather annoying and there is a pic below of me taking off from Ibiza and basically it was flickering like crazy, black flickers all over the airport and I don't know why. I can't tell if its my hdtv thats making it do this because I've had shimmering problems with fsx already before with the refresh rate.
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