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  1. 22 minutes ago, Noel said:

    Which GPU do you have Ricardo? It must be AMD since your screen is Free-sync compatible?  Have a look at my hardware in my sig:  I have perfectly liquid smooth animation with virtually zero stutters anywhere, in any plane from gate to gate.  All Ultra except Terrain LOD which I have to keep around 120-150.  With your 12700K that should get up to 200 or so in the complex airliners, like PMDG/Fenix.

    Ohhh, i forgot my GPU!!! 

    It's and Gigabyte RTX 3080 TI


  2. Hello Simmers!

    First off all i wish merry christmas to you guys

    I need an advice os the best graphics settings for my MSFS2020. I have an high end build and i think that the graphics are not great at all.

    My build is in my signature

    I think that this is a pretty good machine but my FPS are betwen 25-35 and i don't like the aspect of the sim. Can you guys give me some advices? Sim graphics settings? Nvidia settings? What can i do to have more FPS and more beautiful image.

     

    Thank you all. 


  3. 13 hours ago, RJC68 said:

    I built an almost identical machine a couple of weeks ago and I’ve been very pleased with the results.

    One thing I’d recommend is undervolting the 3080TI, I did this and it made a b8g difference to the GPU temp and power draw of the card with no degradation in performance. 
     

    I’ll be interested to see how you get on 

    Undervolting? I don't know how to do that..need to search how to...


  4. Well guys, 

    First of all thank you for all the answers.

    I finally bought the new machine from Amazon and all the parts are being shipped to me. Here is the specs of the new machine:

    Case: Corsair 5000D Airflow Black

    MOBO: Gigabyte Z590 Aorus ultra DDR5

    CPU: Intel 12th i7 12700K

    RAM: 4x16gb Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 5600Mhz CL36

    PSU: Corsair RM1000x

    GPU: Gigabyte RTX3080TI Gamming OC 12GB

    COOLER: Corsair Hydro H150i Capellix RGB

    FANS: 7x Corsair SP120mm Elite RGB

    CABLES: Corsair Kit Pro Black

    SSD1: Samsung 980PRO 2TB Nvme - only for Sim installation 

    SSD2: WD SN750 1TB 

    SSD3: Kingston A2000 1TB - Windows

    HDD: Seagate 2TB for backups and storage

    HEADSET: Corsair Virtuoso RGB SE Black

    I will mantain the same montor, LG35WN65 (3440x1440).

    So wish me luck because i will connect everything by myself and it will be the first time.


  5. Hello Simmers,

    Many thanks for all your answers. I have an excel chart with 6 diferente configurations and 6 diferent prices :), let me know wich can be my best option:

     

    i9 10900k + RTX3090   i9 10900k + RTX3080TI
    CASE Corsair iCue 4000x black PcDiga 119,9   CASE Corsair iCue 4000x black PcDiga 119,9
    CPU intel i9 10900KF Amazon.es 406,03   CPU intel i9 10900KF Amazon.es 406,03
    MOBO MSI MEG Z490 Ace Globaldata 259,9   MOBO MSI MEG Z490 Ace Globaldata 259,9
    GPU MSI RTX 3090 Ventus 3X 24G OC Amazon.es 1859   GPU MSI GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Ventus 3X 12G OC Placa gráfica NVIDIA 12 GB GDDR6X Amazon.es 1261
    PSU Corsair RM 1000x 80+ Gold PcComponentes 190,08   PSU Corsair RM 1000x 80+ Gold PcComponentes 190,08
    RAM 2x CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3600  Amazon.es 302,92   RAM 2x CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3600  Amazon.es 302,92
    COOLER Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Amazon.es 159,9   COOLER Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Amazon.es 159,9
    FANS Corsair 120mm SP120 RGB Elite Performance PWM Amazon.es 17,99   FANS Corsair 120mm SP120 RGB Elite Performance PWM Amazon.es 17,99
    THERMAL Thermal Grizzly - Kryonaut 5,55g Amazon.es 22,99   THERMAL Thermal Grizzly - Kryonaut 5,55g Amazon.es 22,99
          3338,71         2740,71
                     
    i9 11900k + RTX3090   i9 11900k + RTX3080TI
    CASE Corsair iCue 4000x black PcDiga 119,9   CASE Corsair iCue 4000x black PcDiga 119,9
    CPU intel i9 11900K Amazon.es 420   CPU intel i9 11900K Amazon.es 420
    MOBO GIGABYTE Technology Z590 AORUS Master Amaxon.es 208   MOBO GIGABYTE Technology Z590 AORUS Master Amazon.es 208
    GPU Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming 24GB OC Edition GDDR6X (Recondicionado) PcComponentes 1747,41   GPU GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC 12G Amazon.es 1331,47
    PSU Corsair RM 1000x 80+ Gold PcComponentes 190,08   PSU Corsair RM 1000x 80+ Gold PcComponentes 190,08
    RAM 2x CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3600  Amazon.es 302,92   RAM 2x CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3600  Amazon.es 302,92
    COOLER Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Amazon.es 159,9   COOLER Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Amazon.es 159,9
    FANS Corsair 120mm SP120 RGB Elite Performance PWM Amazon.es 17,99   FANS Corsair 120mm SP120 RGB Elite Performance PWM Amazon.es 17,99
    THERMAL Thermal Grizzly - Kryonaut 5,55g Amazon.es 22,99   THERMAL Thermal Grizzly - Kryonaut 5,55g Amazon.es 22,99
          3189,19         2773,25
                     
    i7 12900k + RTX3090   i7 12900k + RTX3080TI
    CASE Corsair iCue 4000x black PcDiga 119,9   CASE Corsair iCue 4000x black PcDiga 119,9
    CPU Intel Core i9-12900KF 5.2 GHz Amazon.es 612,9   CPU Intel Core i9-12900KF 5.2 GHz Amazon.es 612,9
    MOBO Aorus Z690 AORUS Elite AX DDR4 Amazon.es 273,99   MOBO Aorus Z690 AORUS Elite AX DDR4 Amazon.es 273,99
    GPU Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming 24GB OC Edition GDDR6X (Recondicionado) PcComponentes 1747,41   GPU GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Gaming OC 12G Amazon.es 1331,47
    PSU Corsair RM 1000x 80+ Gold PcComponentes 190,08   PSU Corsair RM 1000x 80+ Gold PcComponentes 190,08
    RAM 2x CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3600  Amazon.es 302,92   RAM 2x CORSAIR Vengeance RGB Pro SL 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3600  Amazon.es 302,92
    COOLER Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Amazon.es 159,9   COOLER Corsair iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX Amazon.es 159,9
    FANS Corsair 120mm SP120 RGB Elite Performance PWM Amazon.es 17,99   FANS Corsair 120mm SP120 RGB Elite Performance PWM Amazon.es 17,99
    THERMAL Thermal Grizzly - Kryonaut 5,55g Amazon.es 22,99   THERMAL Thermal Grizzly - Kryonaut 5,55g Amazon.es 22,99
          3448,08         3032,14

  6. I was searching in 2 local stores and catch some promos:

    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5800X3D

    MOBO: MSI B550 Unify-X

    RAM: Corsair 4x16GB Vengenace RGB Pro SL for AMD

    PSU: Corsair RMx 1000w

    COOLER: Corsair H115i Capellix

    CASE: Corsair 5000x iCue

    GPU: Gigabyte RTX3090 Gaming OC 24GB DDR6x

    FAN: 1 extra Corsair SP120 RGB Elite

    THERMAL PASTE: Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut

     

    What do you think? Balanced build?

     


  7. 2 hours ago, pgde said:

    I would go with the AMD CPU. Cut down your RAM to 32Gb and use the savings for a M.2 SSD. I think you are hamstringing performance with a mechanical hard drive. Check this out -- https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/cpu-hierarchy,4312.html

    Pgde, Thanks for your answer.

    I forgot do inform that i have 2 ssd M.2 to install. 1 WD SN750 NVME 1TB and 1 Kingston A200 512gb.

    Edit the first thread.


  8. Hello Simmers,

     

    Hope everyone are ok.

    I'm plannig a new build 90% for MSFS2020 connected to a 35 UW Monitor, LG35WN65C (3440x1440). Latter i don't know yet if i will change it for a 4K 50"Tv, but for now it's this.

    I saw a lot of threads and some youtube videos and i reached 2 builds and now i need to understand pros and cons of eah one.

     Build 1:

    Intel i9 12900KF

    Corsar 4000D Airflow

    Corsair H115i Capellix

    Corsair RMx 1000w

    Corsair Vengeance Pro SL 4x16GB 300Mhz Cl18 DDR4

    Gigabyte Z690 Aorus Elite DDR4

    Gigabyte RTX 3080TI Gaming OC

    Seagate Barracuda 4TB 

    Corsair ML140mm Pro (x2)

     

    It's better to stay on DDR4 memories and save some money ou go to DDR5 (more expensive)?

     

    Build 2:

    AMD Ryzen 3800X3D

    Corsar 4000D Airflow

    Corsair H115i Capellix

    Corsair RMx 1000w

    Corsair Vengeance Pro SL 4x16GB 300Mhz Cl18 DDR4 for AMD

    MSI MEG B550 Unify-X (Used but with warranty from a store in my country)

    Gigabyte RTX 3080TI Gaming OC

    Seagate Barracuda 4TB 

    Corsair ML140mm Pro (x2)

     

    So 12900k ou 3800X3d? What do you think simmers?

     

    NOTE: i have 1 ssd m.2 WD SN750 Nvme 1TB and 1 ssd m.2 Kingston A2000 512gb to install in the new build.

     

    Thank you in advance for your opinions.

     

    Regards,

     

    Ricardo


  9. On 11/17/2021 at 2:52 PM, GuyFlyer said:

    Laptop user here. I use a Lenovo Legion 7 AMD Ryzen 7 5800 with Nvidia RTX 3070, 16gb ram. I run the sim on high/ultra. Would have loved a gaming pc but i'm going to be moving a lot in the next couple years and can't be carrying a big rig around with me. It has a 16" 1440p 165hz screen so is still small enough to fit into a rucksack so doesn't lose the portability like a 17" does. Prices seem to be good when comparing spec to spec with say an MSI or a Razer. Would recommend.

    GuyFlyer,

    I have Legion 5 Pro. Can you share your settings of the MSFS2020?

    Thank you


  10. Hello Simmers,

    Anyone here simulate with a Lenovo Legion 5 Pro laptop? 5800h, 32gb Ram, RTX3070 144w are the main specs and i have the laptop connected to a LG35 inch monitor 3440x1440 resolution. I am having problems with FPS and not stable at least with 30 fps.

    Can you folks share here your display settings of MSFS2020?

    Thank You

     

    Regards,

     

    Ricardo


  11. On 12/13/2020 at 12:02 PM, Ray Proudfoot said:

    As others have said the higher resolution monitor is the better choice. On purely objective grounds the Gigabyte has 4,953,600 pixels and the AOC has 2,764,800 so your graphics card has 79% more work to do with the Gigabyte. You would have to have lower settings than with the AOC but the image would be much crisper.

    The 2070 Super is not that much different to the 1080Ti but has 3Gb less VRAM. Should be fine at 1440p given I run my 1080Ti at 3840*2160 in P3Dv4.

    Ray,

    If you don't mind i "stole" your signature and changed to me. Hope that is ok.

    Regards,

    Ricardo

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  12. Hello,

    I am buying a new monitor , my budget is around 500€ and today i have 2 choices:

    -Gigabyte G34WQC @459€ in my LS (3440x1440)

    or

    - AOC AGON 35 AG352QCX @499€ but is a refurbished with only 1year warranty. (2560x1080)

    Wich one will give me the best experience?

    I also can buy it on Amazon (ES, IT, FR, DE ir CO.UK)

    my computer specs:

    i9 9900kf

    32gb ram

    gtx2070 super

    thank you all in advance

    Regards,

    Ricardo


  13. Hello guys,

     

    I need some help and advices.

    I need to buy a new laptop (it has to be laptop), and i'm in doubt about 2 models:

     

    - MSI GS40 - i7 6700HQ and GTX970M 3GB

    or

    - MSI GS43VR - i7 6700HQ and GTX 1060 6GB

     

    The GS43Vr model is 400€ more expensive and my big question is:

     

    GS43VR worth 400€ more? Or in another words, i will have a great benefit in FSX/FSX:SE/P3D buying GS43VR instead of GS40?

     

    Regards

     

    Ricardo


  14. Next month i'm finally getting my new build.

    It will be something like this:

     

    Intel i7 6700k

    CM Hyper 212x

    Asus Z170-P

    2x Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 2400Mhz

    MSI Geforce GTX 1070 Armor 8GB DDR5

    2x SSD Crucial MX200 480GB SATA

    HDD Seagate 2TB 7200

    PS Corsair RM650x Modular

    NZXT S340 Black/Red

     

    Total Cost is about 1580€.

     

    Then i have Saitek Thino X55F and Saitek Rudder Paddels.

     

    For now i will connect it to my Philips 50" FHD Tv. Later i pretend do connect it to 3 monitors.

     

    What do you think?

     

    Regards


  15. You may find it easier to OC 16GB DDR4 and find stability.  Unless you plan to do video editing there will be not much benefit to 32GB over 16GB ... 16GB is about the minimum.  

     

    I'm a strong believer in quad channel setups myself, not a big fan of the 6700k as it has a small cache (8MB) and has integrated graphics which is wasted/not used.

     

    Is the Philips 50" a 4k monitor?

     

    Cheers, Rob.

     

    Rob, i will go for 16gb. Later if i need more i'll do an upgrade.

    The Phillips 50" ins't 4k, only FHD.

     

    Cheers,


  16. Hi guys,

     

    This will be my final config.

     

    Intel i7 6700k

    CM Hyper 212 Evo (offer with Mobo)

    MSI Z170A Krait Game

    4x8GB Kingston DDR4 2400Mhz HyperX Fury Black

    SSD OCZ Trion 240GB Sata III

    SSD OCZ Trion 240GB Sata III

    HDD Seagate Barracuda 2TB

    PSU XFX XTR 650W Modular 80+ Gold

    EVGA GeForce GTX970 SC ACX2.0 4GB DDR5

    CM Mastercase Pro 5

     

    Final price almost 1600€

     

    32GB of Ram ins't too much?

     

    All this system will be conected to a Philips LED 50" and i have Saytek X55 and rudder pedals! :)

     

    Regards


  17. Guys, you ara fantastic. Thanks for every tip.

     

    I will make a stupi question (i think). I have in my living room a 50" Philips LED FullHD and i'm thinling to buy a new 55 or 60". Can i use this LED and conect it to the new computer? FSX or Prepar3d will have any problema with this Philips?

     

    I don't know the correct model, i'm away of my country because i work in Angola, but i'm sure that it's a LED FullHD.

     

    Regards,

    Ricardo


  18. Hello again! Thank you all for your advices.

     

    I think i have the final configuration. I don't buy any monitor for now, i have an LG 24" IPS LED at home, and i want to build multi-monitor (3 max). So i will keep that LG for now and later i upgrade with time for the 3 monitors.

     

    Final configuration:

     

    - CPU: intel i7 6700k - 379€

    - Mobo: Asus Z170 Pro Gameing - 146€

    - RAM: Gskill RipjawsV DDR4 2800 (2x8GB) - 83,95€

    - GPU: Asus GeForce GTX970 Strix OC 4GB DDR5 - 369€

    - MidTower: Corsair Carbide 100R Silent Edition - 58,70€

    - Power Supply: Seasonic M12II 620W Evo 80+ - 96,95€

    - SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 500GB Sata3 - 152€

    - HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200rpm - 62,95€

    - DVDRW: Asus DVDRW 24x - 12,95€

     

    Total price near 1400€.

     

    It's missing the cooler. What do you recommend?

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