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  1. lol sorry guys, i'm not an native english speaker, so maybe it's strange (anyway I am) ;-) but thanks to Rihard ;-)
  2. @tgarris56 wow so nice man! thanks for this video! and thanks to richard for sharing!
  3. AHAH, manual from carenado, what a joke ;-)
  4. Good question. but never found the answer :/ There is no perf page on the fms so...
  5. Hi Does someone know where can we found the changelog of the 1.2 release? cheers
  6. Thanks a lot for all these explanation! Some people said that it might be better to use an external fps limiter. Is it true? Other people recommends to set a max fps in p3d (eg 30) and use also an external limiter (set to 40 for exeample). What is the benefit?
  7. Are you sure that scenario are managed thru the main p3d thread? Cause now i've 3 cores used at the same time (first one @100%, the 2 others @60-90% depending the flight phase) and it's so beautiful
  8. nothing, it's not simulated... more info: http://www.smartcockpit.com/aircraft-ressources/Hawker_00XPC-Engines.html
  9. Effectively, thanks for sharing. Finally I still have some fps drops after applying these tweaks. I have decreased the scenery complexity and autogen to normal and I installed Prio then set high priority to the p3d process and set the affinity mask thru this tools (cores 1, 2 and 3 ; core 0 is free). Right now I've 40 to 60 fps (limited to 40) without any drops with the carenado hawker (pilot view, 60 to 80 on external views) on a busy photo scenery. Core 0 seems to be used by pro atc, asnext and ezca. It rocks! my cpu now loads to 70-80% each core is used.
  10. Don't worry 35% OC is not too much. I oc my 3.3Go up to 4.8 without any problem. Just have a look on your cores temperatures, and on the chipset also. bluescreens or graphical bugs or reboot if you have some troubles, just increase the core voltage according to core temperatures.
  11. I'm thinking that electrical systems are not modeled. Everything is on the same bus, the valves are dummies and APU is like BAT ON...
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