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  1. Holy macaroni some of these liveries are amazing. I love the interior cabin, but the Etihad and SAS liveries are particularly appealing to me.
  2. Congrats with the new rig! The system you chose is incredibly powerful, and it's awesome that you see such a big improvement.
  3. A 757 would be amazing. Such a legendary aircraft, still in wide use (at least in America), powerful and a good 80s cockpit with the appropriate mix of steam gauges and Nintendo.
  4. What's wrong with your sportscar limiting speed to 40 km/h down the Autobahn? It's way too slow.
  5. I know you checked NCP, but did you check V-Sync specifically under the Microsoft Flight Simulator tab in NCP?
  6. To be honest, it has maxed out sometimes, but I've not seen any negative effects because of it. No stutter or any type of lag going on when it's at 15-16GB VRAM. With a typical complexity scenery and a light complexity aircraft it will be at 8-10GB VRAM usage. I did some tests by going to windowed mode and spanning the sim over three monitors at more than 8000x1440, and that shot the VRAM to the max and there was some stutter on panning. But on 3440x1440, no issues even when you reach 16 GB. And I would like to add that I have a 2nd monitor with 2560x1440p running maps and such. I've never noticed any impact. That's with everything on Ultra and TAA. Just smooth flying. 😎
  7. I agree with this. I upgraded from 3900X to 5900X to 5800X3D over the last few years. The biggest leap in game/sim performance was from 5900X to 5800X3D, believe it or not. So I would say the 5800X3D is worth it if you're on AM4 and want a relatively cheap upgrade.
  8. Thanks for the suggestion. I've been looking at NVMe cloners that are built for this job, but they're still quite expensive.
  9. I don't think it's going to work with an M.2 NVMe drive, could work with a M.2 SATA drive of course. Anyways, didn't mean to steal the thread.
  10. Thank you for taking the time to explain this. 👍 I have two M.2 slots on my motherboard, as well as a PCI-E extension card with another M.2. And they're all populated. So I would have to get an external device I think.
  11. What hardware do you use to clone? Do you have an available M.2 slot in your computer you use? Or do you do it externally through some device?
  12. I think it would be better with a fixed price. Or a subscribe one month, if you like it you get a big discount on an outright purchase. Or you could continue subscribing during periods you want to use it. The issue is probably that this service uses a lot of resources and therefore needs a steady income to pay for servers and so on. So fixed price might not even be an option. Interesting concept though. I think AI technology will improve our hobby quite a lot in the coming years.
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