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  • Birthday 03/09/1992

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  1. @N400QW May I ask how it’s going? πŸ™‚
  2. @N400QW Beta testing is going well? I curious to see the Challenger thereafter πŸ™‚
  3. @kevinfirth Hi Kevin, first of all I don't have hours on that specific A/C, but colleagues of mine have and reported overall better performance after TO in general (long time ago, can't reconstruct the whole conversation in detail). The Q400 is a monster.... I found an interesting discussion on that topic: http://majesticsoftware.com/forums/discussion/737/this-a-c-is-underpowered Maybe you have felt differently and you know the A/C from daily business? Let us know. PS: I don't know what you meant by "aerosoft version".
  4. I remember the Majestic Dash not having the same power and climb performance as the real one. Is it fixed with the Training Version?
  5. It is a fantastic addon and you won't regret the purchase, even with the existing NGXu. I try to summarize some points: Cockpit: the iFly looks better to me, but this is personal preference. (to bright? Turn off the dome light as it is always on even with Cold n Dark) Sound: Immersive Audio was involved. I love the sound during any phase. Gear extension and retraction as well as flaps are very well made. EFB: almost identical to the NGXu Customization: The config tool is extremely detailed. Engine Variants with different static thrust and bypass ratios, MCP types, winglet types or none etc. The options for the Autopilot, PFD, ND, DU, IRS, GPWS, Fuel, HUD and Misc are as well very detailed. My favorite option is the "Joystick Sensitivity" which I have set to MAX. This leads to an very smooth and responsive flight with the Thrustmaster Warthog Set + TPR Pedals.... Payload/Fuel: PMDG is better in this regard. You can load/unload whatever you want in the sim......the iFly needs the config tool BEFORE you load the aircraft. You can only adjust the fuel in the simulator. (let me know if I am wrong) LNav and Autopilot: The iFly is way smoother here. I am waiting for the long promised PMDG-LNAV update Performance: almost identical compared to the NGXu I have a lot of fun with it. Try it out πŸ˜‰
  6. Where can we find the manuals? Release is imminent since then, so let's wait patiently πŸ˜‰
  7. Did you know that you have a framelimiter in the NV driver since months? Why using RTSS for limiting fps?
  8. Same for me. Switched from an I9 9900k and RTX 2080ti to a Ryzen 5900X and RTX 3090. The 3090 was replaced by an RX 6900XT. The AMD Chip is much more interesting for me. It uses 70Watt less Power and clocks with 2500mhz with massive undervolting + extremely modern Driver Layout. Performance in P3D is identical, but seems a bit faster in XP11 due to very high clock speed.
  9. After 3 months I switched from a 3090 to a 6900XT and I am very happy. I dropped the 3090 because of crazy power consumption which resulted in crazy thermals and acoustics in my opinion. The summer is coming.... For sure, in P3D/XP it was no problem at all, as ALL high-end Cards will manage these sims fine. 3080 was no option for me as the card only has 10GB in 2021.... Performance is really really good here. All the games and Sims I run. The drivers are perfectly fine for RDNA2. No complaints at all. There is one thing you have to consider, but very easy to sort out. There is no "Prefere Maximum Performance" in the Driver like Nvidia Control Panel (Nvidia avoids down-clocking of the GPU while you have low loads with this option. It avoids stutters and low fps). The counter-part at AMD works much more in detail: You can choose it for a 3D application like P3D or as Global 3D Setting (same as Nvidia). You go on the Performance Tab (Leistung), choose TUNING (Konfiguration), go from Automatic to MANUAL and turn-on GPU-Tuning and Advanced Control. You'll see your Min Frequency and Max Frenquence. Leave Max. where it is and set Min to 300Mhz less (example). Mine is at Min 2206Mhz and Max 2524Mhz....It will never drop below....Ignore Voltage, Vram, Fan Speed, Power Target and so on for the beginning. The AMD Driver is very powerful and a combination of NVidia Config Panel + MSI Afterburner + and all other tools you are used while tuning a NV-GPU. You can contact me for further questions πŸ˜‰
  10. Wait for it till it's done. I remember the JS41 being on very short final for P3D. (where is it?)
  11. Thanks! Looking forward to this one
  12. For those with unstable 3090 performance: check your PSU. I had to switch from a Bequiet SP 11 850W multi-ray to a single ray PSU ( Corsair AX850 Platinum). Now it is perfectly fine in every heavy scenario. You have to understand how multi ray PSUs work and that you cannot run the 3090 on one rail using a Y cable. It is NOT about Watt numbers only. (multi-rail= more than 1x 12V rails with different Ampere numbers. Single-rail= one 12V rail with 70A for example. Power delivery in Watt= 12V * xxAmpere. You will quickly see that you have to be very careful setting up the power connection for a beast like the 3090. Never use Y cables for a up to 400W GPU) The Sims are not the best software to test this stability. You can use games with heavy GPU load all the time or GPU benchmarking/stability check software. I am perfectly happy with my FE edition, paired with a Ryzen R9 5900x (boost between 4700Mhz - 4950Mhz while gaming in heavy CPU intensive scenarios)
  13. Why do you upgrade a video card with the same amount of VRam? (more sidegrade than upgrade). 2060 Super 8GB would have been better.
  14. No need to hesitate. Grap her! word not allowed good
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