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Mikelab6

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  1. Hey, thanks for sharing this to us ! Mike
  2. Just a better performance for me is still enough ! Mike
  3. ORBX Vector is excellent for smoothing the edges of rivers (removing long stretch edges). I wonder if this has been upgraded in P3Dv5 ? if not I will miss this Vector feature. Mike
  4. With all your addons installed as your previous version of P3d ?
  5. Wow ! That's great from A2A ! Thanks for the information Herman!
  6. I agree with this. Go for a 650W at least. I am also an Intel fan, so my vote is for the 9700KF and go for a 1TB SSD for your OS and sim. You won't regret it.. Mike
  7. Hi, If you have ORBX Vector, try to disable it. Mike
  8. Hi, I think Howard is asking about the brand and model itself, not the speed. He is upgrading from 16 Gb to 32 GB, he is not upgrading for the speed. Mike
  9. Hi Martin, Was not aware of black version of Noctua. Thanks for sharing, good to know. All pictures of Noctua cooling I have seen were always brown and beige. I have a big tower with a window on the left side, so I can see all my red and black components inside the tower because red leds illuminates them. The brown and beige Noctua was not a nice fit for me. Mike
  10. and Zalman looks way better than the Noctua. I understand Noctua are so popular because of their performances, but really dont understand why they gives them this ugly look. Mike
  11. What's about performance (FPS) with the last update ? Is it better ? I am looking for about the same performance as the 747v2 before purchasing it. Mike
  12. Look here about a RTX3080Ti rumour. Quoted from the site: The new Ampere-based GeForce RTX 3000 series cards will reportedly offer more VRAM on all cards, so we could see NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 - 12GB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 - 12GB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti - 16GBRead more: https://www.tweaktown.com/news/68455/nvidia-geforce-rtx-3080-ti-more-vram-way-faster-cheaper/index.html Mike
  13. Here it is: https://www.onair.company/ Mike
  14. There is still hope for P3D if we can fly it in VR and can't with MSFS. Mike
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