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  1. hahahaha, I was going to say: "Ron, don't turn your face away."
  2. Humm, with you calling them queens, I don't think they'll be having any happy flying. How about "kings" ? 😜
  3. I've been busy flying my planes 😄 Let me know when you figure out what MS will do with 3D images 😋
  4. I am no "no-fan-guy" to either Intel or AMD. Obviously, in the past years we have gone with Intel because they were the only ones who had processors for our flight needs. However (hummm, here it comes), with the MFS2020, things are about to change and I suspect AMD is about to magnet the sim world with their wonderful processors and prices. Why would I continue to support a company who has enjoyed bleeding us for over 15 years of "mild increases in performance" That's right mild increases- on purpose.
  5. AMD is catching up very quickly. Today's reviews are showing about 5 points difference with Intel ahead in single thread. Those "roughly" 5 points equals to... very likely nothing in the real-world. So when people say Intel is the best or the top CPU, honestly , it means little to nothing now. For P3D to react or "feel" any difference you need to count by the Ghz. So 4.5 to 5.1, hardly any difference to P3D. However, bring a 5.5 Ghz or 6Ghz CPU, then yes, there will be a good performance increase. Obviously Intel and AMD can build 6Ghz CPU as of long ago, but that's the point, milk their way up to that point, so the filthy rich can continue to be filthy rich.
  6. AMD is catching up very quickly. Today's reviews are showing about 5 points difference with Intel ahead in single thread. Those "roughly" 5 points equals to... very likely nothing in the real-world. So when people say Intel is the best or the top CPU, honestly , it means little to nothing now. For P3D to react or "feel" any difference you need to count by the Ghz. So 4.5 to 5.1, hardly any difference to P3D. However, bring a 5.5 Ghz or 6Ghz CPU, then yes, there will be a good performance increase. Obviously Intel and AMD can build 6Ghz CPU as of long ago, but that's the point, milk their way up to that point, so the filthy rich can continue to be filthy rich.
  7. Yes, especially with PMDG 125% sale increase when P3D V5 get's here. Those guys sure found the gold mine by charging more for recycling their old stuff. Some people say they enjoy that system, and PMDG said, COOL Leroy, well here it goes.
  8. Did you eat it? Nice, Now, we'll have no V5.
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