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  • klnowak's Avatar
    Today, 01:34
    Upload for the LPH is done. greetings klaus
    23 replies | 2541 view(s)
  • elephant's Avatar
    Today, 01:31
    Thanks, Panther, indeed I am from Czech republic as well as the builder, but never heard of him before! Appreciated Mike
    1 replies | 537 view(s)
  • Baragouin's Avatar
    Today, 00:24
    Yes Robert she's the one:jump: Your turn please Cheers Carlo
    19579 replies | 2938688 view(s)
  • Allen's Avatar
    Today, 00:03
    Is it by Morton? did a search for T-6G and LT-6G but nothing found in the search.
    1 replies | 162 view(s)
  • Frosty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:58
    Holy whatever-is-holy-for-you!!! That is AWESOME!! :jawdrop: Together with the working radar gauges that Steve showed that's two reasons to stick to CFS3 for a little while longer! I can see where I have to send my P-47 to, once it's finished
    39 replies | 6962 view(s)
  • PilatusTurbo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:53
    WOW. I didn't know 35's had the iconic tip tanks. Major reason I was after these 'baby lears' as you say. I am going to have to consider this seriously, now. I've actually taken the time, another first, to read and understand the checklists for a jet in FS. I can actually start this ship from cold and dark; always used to use the good ol' CTRL+E for anything without propellers and pistons. Very very cool. It's also nice that the cockpit layout is almost identical. However, how is the Flysimware 35 on FPS? I know it may be hard to speculate about this update, but man that does look nice. If it performs like the Xtreme 20 series, I'm in. :)
    15 replies | 1698 view(s)
  • Frosty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:26
    Hey look! A Holy Grail! I can see some people being very exited about this (the TOW lads - if they aren't involved already) and some aircraft that need retrofitting with this magical black box. Great job! Is it a true 3D box or a gauge? If it is the latter, we can stick it onto a 3D box, can't we?
    2 replies | 222 view(s)
  • Daube's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:16
    Daube replied to a thread Another New PC Question in Prepar3D V4
    It's a very good setup if you ask me. I think there are four elements that might be subject to discussion: The case: Ensure it's big enough and be careful with the amount of lights inside. Sometimes in the evening/night, a flashy case can quickly become annoying. The amount of RAM: I also have 16 Gb. It's ok for P3Dv4 for example, but it's definitely not enough for XPlane or other big games such as Star Citizen. As a consequence, I had to re-enable the virtual memory in Windows, with a fixed size (minimum=maximum=16Gb in my case), resulting in a small waste of SSD space... The power supply: I'm not sure if 650W is a good choice but I'll let the more knowledgeable members confirm that. The SSD size: With today's prices, you should have directly taken a 1 Tb drive. That 500 Gb will...
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  • DaleRFU's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:32
    Good morning all, I am not the most knowledgeable of the internal workings of PC's so wondered what you guys think of these spec's that I am looking at that's within my budget. I am looking to be able to do VR with it. Case - Phanteks Special Edition Enthoo Pro M Glass Panel - Black/White Power Supply - 650W 80Plus Gold Rated PSU CPU - Intel Core i7 9700K 3.6GHz (4.9GHz Turbo) 8-core with 8 threads Coffee Lake Processor Motherboard - Asus ROG Strix Z390-F DDR4 Motherboard Cooler - Alpenfohn Matterhorn White Special Edition Cooler Memory - Team Group 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RGB Dual Channel Kit
    1 replies | 27 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:01
    Formula Ford 1600. I'll eventually move from midfield before I die......maybe. Good competition using the Alexis FF1600, almost true to life. AC isn't that great at capturing multiple numbers of cars but I'll figure that one out eventually.
    542 replies | 74646 view(s)
  • ryanbatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:59
    I know you're looking for baby Lears but I'd seriously consider the LJ35 from Flysimware. They are nearly wrapping up a massive visual update to the aircraft. It looks incredible. Follow this thread: Sometimes you can find the Lear on sale too...
    15 replies | 1698 view(s)
  • wombat666's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:56
    Probably the ultimate insanity. Although this almost tops the list.
    6 replies | 1501 view(s)
  • Marty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:55
    I downloaded these aircraft and the engine will not start and the aircraft can not find wep_db_100lb gp_a and it is loaded in the libraery/ can anyone help with this problem?:banghead:
    1 replies | 162 view(s)
  • blanston12's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:46
    I got them to use on p3dv4 and they do work, vut i was expecting the VC to be more different than the 049 than it was.
    2 replies | 477 view(s)
  • heywooood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:37
    there's the things that never change though you wish they would..and then there's the things you'd like to have remain the same for as long as possible - yet away they go in twice the hurry. and here y'all are whangin' away at each other over something no one knows a damn thing about. everyone wanted a better FSX since it was released - this might be that and it might not. Right now it's just mystery meat. Period. "fear is the mind killer"
    204 replies | 27706 view(s)
  • gecko's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:28
    Have a look at what we've been up to with the Spitfire lately. This aircraft is breaking new ground for CFS3 in several ways, including something really special that Ankor has created (and which he hinted at earlier in this thread) which dovetails perfectly with what we've been doing with the Spitfire. Sorry for the length and poor narration, hope you find it interesting anyways!
    39 replies | 6962 view(s)
  • gecko's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:23
    Eh, hold my beer...
    5 replies | 1114 view(s)
  • MaskRider's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:22
    I was home-ported in Yokosuka from Feb-1974 through Jan-1976 aboard the USS Richard B. Anderson (DD786), Desron 6. Got to where I loved the sight of Mt Fuji rising up above the mist whenever we sailed back into Tokyo Bay returning from one underway stretch or another. It meant home. We spent way more time away from Yokosuka than at home. Nevertheless a couple of friends and I kept an apartment ashore- in Kenagawa about half-way between Yokosuka and Kamakura (where the big sitting Buddha is). Used to love that first night back in port and going down to the local neighborhood bath-house for a good soaking. Aaaahh! BTW, TW, its funny you mention that since a young boy you had always wanted to serve on a carrier. I had similar ambitions. When I joined up I wanted to be...
    4 replies | 427 view(s)
  • Daiwilletti's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:10
    Well don't forget that there are some Beaufighters well advanced to look forward to as well as the early Spitfires :wavey:
    5 replies | 1114 view(s)
  • gecko's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:43
    Oh! Now THAT is interesting!
    2 replies | 222 view(s)
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