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About AirbusGuy1207

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  • Birthday 12/22/1997

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    I am a student at The Ohio State University studying aviation engineering with a professional pilot specialization. I currently hold a third class medical and a private pilot certificate with ASEL privileges. I have been flight simming since 2010, and it sparked my passion for aviation and led me here to where I am today. I aim to become an airline pilot after graduation.
  1. So whenever I make videos with the PMDG 747 v3, one half of the landing gear wheels and tires disappear as I touch down on the runway. Below are two screen shots illustrating the problem. Above: The left-hand set of gears are visible, but the wheels and tires are not. This is during touchdown, with the right main gears touching down first to compensate for a right crosswind. Above: This is when the nose gear touches down. As you can see, the left-hand wheels and tires are now visible again. It seems as though this only happens to left main gears. All of the wheels are visible during approach and rollout, but disappears during touchdown when the gears move. I am using FS-Recorder to replay this particular landing, but this also happens when I am flying normally. I am using SweetFX injectors to enhance visuals, but it does not seem to be the problem as the issue still occurs when I turn it off. Is this something that was addressed in an update, or is this something that is particular to my system? Thanks !
  2. I'm dying to get my hands on one of these, but like any perfect girlfriend, it is sometimes wise to wait. Wouldn't want a last-minute bug ruin the grand release. Keep it going!
  3. The 747 development is finally contacting approach, preparing for arrival at the airport called "Product Release"... Great news, thanks for the update!
  4. The RAM came in earlier this week and it works perfectly with the H97M Pro4. However, the BIOS had no settings for changing the RAM clock speeds, and I have heard that a Z97 chipset is better for overclocking in general? Plus, I changed motherboards when I switched from an AMD CPU to the i5-4690K, and I only had to do a reinstall of my OS, not a full clean installation.
  5. I currently have the following specs on my PC: Motherboard: AsRock H97M Pro4 CPU: Intel i5-4690K overclocked to 4.4 GHz CPU Cooler: Cooler Master 120V Seidon GPU: Gigabyte GTX960 Windforce 2X 2GB RAM: PNY DDR3 16GB (4 x 4GB) @ 1333 MHz PSU: Corsair TX750 I recently purchased two sets of G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 RAM @ 2133 MHz. But I found out that my current motherboard only supports RAM clock speeds up to 1600 MHz. So I did some research and found a decently priced motherboard, which is the MSI Z97 PC Mate for $79.99 on Newegg. The question now is that should I keep the AsRock H97M Pro4 and try to overclock the RAM through the BIOS, or should I buy the MSI Z97 PC Mate and have the additional benefits? Thanks in advance.
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