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  1. Hello everyone! I am an FSX user who often uses the website fuelplanner.com to calculate the required fuel for his flights. The thing is however, that when I visited the website on the 15th of December, I was greeted with a quite unfriendly window asking me to sign against FCC's decision about net neutrality. To make things clear, I am totally against this decision, and I would happily offer my sign against it, IF IT WAS WORTH ANYTHING. You see, as this decision only affects the USA, I see no reason for someone else but the US citizens to sign against it. So, I closed the annoying and unfriendly red window I was greeted with, only to find out that I can no longer use the site. The only thing I see when I visit the website is this: var _bftn_options = { theme: 'glitch' }; So, does anyone know who is the word not allowed who runs the website? So I can find him, and ask him how to reset the website to its normal form and sign the damn thing? Alternatively, can anyone recommend of a good, hopefully free, fuel planner?
  2. Hello everyone, I am a fellow FSX user in need of help! I have the PMDG 737 NGX and I also use Steve's DX10 fixer. I also use addons like REX and AS16. I normally get VC shadows on every aircraft I have thanks to Steve's fixer. However, on the PMDG 737 NGX, I see absolutely no shadows in the cockpit. I have checked on the forums too and my settings are as proposed. The ForceVCShadowMap=1 command at the display section of fsx.cfg exists, the settings at Steves DX10 fixer are correct. However, I get no shadows. What could be wrong?
  3. Hello everyone! I am an FSX user. I own Saitek's Pro Flight Yoke system with the throttle and the yoke included. I also have the Pro Flight Rudder pedals. However, I can't use them properly, because they disconnect on task switch. Actually, they remain connected to the computer, but FSX cannot recognize them. Sometimes, FSX recognizes them again and are usable but only until I switch to another task (Firefox for example). What can I do? It's a shame I bought those products, but can't use them now. My OS is Windows 8.1 and I have the latest drivers installed.
  4. Hello everyone, I am facing some problems with FSUIPC4 on FSX Gold Editition. I have installed FSUIPC as adminstrator and all of its files are installed in FSX's modules folder. However, FSUIPC never gets loaded by FSX. I realised that as soon as I launched FSX after installing FSUIPC, because the Simulator did not ask for my authorization to run FSUIPC. I checked FSUIPC Install log file, everything ok. I checked FSX.dll, everything looks normal. I really cannot understand what the problem is. I would appreciate your some help. Respectfully, GeKa
  5. Thanks a lot for your help! I will make research. For the D15S I am not sure. The product page says 165mm with fan, so..I may contact Cooler Master.
  6. Martin you are right. I was aware of that. The D14 barely fits the case. I would buy a 240mm liquid cooler, but I am not sure if it correctly fits the entire cooler with its two 120mm fans. Doesn't it require a special modification or something? Well, I have visited Cooler Master's website and specifically the product's case. There is a photo with the case equipped with water cooling. However, I still want to be sure before I buy anything.
  7. Thanks a lot everyone! Your help is precious! I may go for the NH-D14 because it is the only Noctua Cooler my case supports. Well, something about water cooling. Would a Cooler Master Seidon 120XL or 120M be good enough to cool an overclocked i7 4790k at 4.6GHz? Btw, sorry I didn't write at the hardware forums.
  8. Hello everyone. I have some questions for you. It is about hardware for FSX. So, let's start. My CPU is an i7 4790k, right now at 4.1GHz with a CM Hyper 212EVO. My video card is a GTX 970 by Asus Strix. And I have 16GB of RAM. The question: which is the best CPU cooler to overclock the i7 4790k at 4.6GHz ? I saw that it is the best option and I really need it because I am loaded with addons like REX4 and many sceneries. Btw, my case is a Cooler Master N500 which can fit a cooler with up to 162mm height. I have read good things about the Noctua NH-D14. Is it ok for 4.6Ghz? I can afford it and my case supports it. Thank you
  9. Hello again. I have some questions for you. It is about hardware for FSX. So, let's start. My CPU is an i7 4790k, right now at 4.1GHz with a CM Hyper 212EVO. My video card is a GTX 970 by Asus Strix. And I have 16GB of RAM. The question: which is the best CPU cooler to overclock the i7 4790k at 4.6GHz ? I saw that it is the best option and I really need it because I am loaded with addons like REX4 and many sceneries. Btw, my case is a Cooler Master N500 which can fit a cooler with up to 162mm height. I have read good things about the Noctua NH-D14. Is it ok for 4.6Ghz? I can afford it and my case supports it. Thank you
  10. Should I eventually buy the fans? No difference. And I have no idea about what to do with Intel XTU. Do not call me greedy, but I still need help.
  11. Thank you everyone! I trully did not not expect such quick respond! I will try every solution for the problem! I am thankful you have helped me!
  12. Hello everyone, I am new in AVSIM Online and I signed up, because I wanted to get involved with a flight simulation community. Unfortunately, my experience on AVSIM Online begins with asking your help for a problem. First of all, let me write my PC specs: -i7 4790k CPU cooled by a -CoolerMaster Hyper 212EVO -Asus Strix GTX970 -Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H -16GB Kingston HperX Fury RAM -CoolerMaster G750 750W PSU The problem: I believe that my PC is appropriate for FSX. My idle state CPU temp is average 40*C, which I have read is ok. My temps while playing a requiring game(ex.Assassin's Creed:Syndicate) are around 60*C. Those temps may look normal to you. I have read they are. However, I have problems with FSX. I have many add-ons installed, that is true: REX4, good aircraft like Carenado and PMDG and many sceneries. Sometimes, I also run Night Environment Greece and AES by Aerosoft. So, while running FSX the CPU hits 90-100*C. It is annoying for me, as the frames drop to 20FPS and dangerous for the CPU, as such temperatures can harm it. I built the PC just 6 months ago, but I will replace the CPU thermal paste. Then what? I have thought of equipping two new CoolerMaster Jetflo 120 fans for the Hyper 212EVO. They are more powerful than the single 212EVO fan. However, will there be any difference? They will cost me around 30 Euros, and I will buy them just for FSX, because only while running FSX the i7 overheats. What do you think? Should I go for the fans? I think it is a one way option, as the only liquid coolers that my N500 case fits are not quite appropriate for the i7 4790k. I am expecting your replies. Thank you in advance, George Kavantzas
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