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  1. Been on W11 since Day 1, no issues so far running 22H2 with the latest monthly update
  2. Thanks for sharing. I currently only use Frame Generation on my 4080. Interesting to test if this does make a noticeable fps improvement.
  3. From: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-unveils-three-ryzen-7000x3d-v-cache-chips-three-new-65w-non-x-cpus-too
  4. I went from a GTX 1080 TI to an RTX 4080 and the Performance Gain, especially with Frame Generation, is massive. As I'm still using my Overclocked 8700K @ 5 GHz, I'm obviously 100% CPU Limited now. I'm currently waiting for the 7900X3D to decide whether I should upgrade to the 13700K/13900k or switch to AMD.
  5. I bought myself a Stream Deck XL last week and did my first flight with the Fenix A320 and the custom Profile by @guenseli (https://de.flightsim.to/file/33274/fenix-a320-aao-scripts-streamdeck-xl-profile-teaser) What should I say, it's one of those rare things that you don't know you need, until you have them. 🙂
  6. Just download the Installer via the FenixApp, launch it and it will take care of the update. No manual uninstall required.
  7. As far as I'm aware, the EFB has Remote capabilities, but not the MCDU. Edit: Made a quick double check on their Discord and it looks like the EFB is the only component that has some remote function via Browser right now. https://discord.com/channels/736572376967282769/864947685924012032/976032505104826438
  8. Hi Apologies, if this was already asked, but is it planned to support the newly released Fenix A320 for the Remote MCDU? Thanks!
  9. I would double check the Power-Consumption with a PSU Calculator so you don't run into any unexpected under-power scenerio. e.g. https://www.bequiet.com/en/psucalculator
  10. Hi Since there is no General Hardware Forum and my question targets CPU and GPU, I went along and created this thread in the CPU Section. Apologies if this was wrong. I currently use the following Rig mainly for Prepar3D V5.x and increasingly MSFS 2020: CPU: Intel Core i7 8700K --> Overclocked @ 5.1 GHz RAM: 2x 16GB Corsair Vengeance, DDR4, 3200 MHz, CL16-18-18-36 MOBO: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS HERO X GPU: Asus GeForce GTX 1080 TI STRIX 11G (No Overclocking) PSU: be quiet! DARK POWER PRO 11 650W Monitor: 2x Dell Ultrasharp U2720Q (Only 1 used for flying with native 4K Resolution) Overall, I'm quite satisfied with the Performance of the Rig, however I started noticing that I hit certain levels where things aren't smooth anymore and I have to lower settings to certain points. I'm currently thinking about upgrading either my CPU or the GPU. I have thought of the following configurations CPU: Intel Core i9 12900K MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-A GAMING WIFI D4 (DDR4 with current RAM as specified above) or GPU: ASUS GeForce ROG STRIX RTX 3080 Ti O12G-Gaming PSU: be quiet! Dark Power Pro 12 1200W Right now, I have the following uncertainties: Based on my current Rig, which Upgrade Path (CPU or GPU) would benefit me more regarding Performance increase? I'm quite certain regarding the new CPU+MOBO Combination, however the RTX 3080 TI might be not ideal. I guess the 3090 would be overkill and probably out-of-budget, but I still want a new Rig that is somewhat futureproof, If I'm going for the GPU upgrade. Thanks in Advance! 🙂
  11. Windows 11 is currently only available as part of the Windows Insider Program in the Dev Channel. You shouldn't expect to much from it regarding Gaming Performance in this early stage.
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