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  • gman5250's Avatar
    Today, 10:40
    Same dead link here. I'll try again Monday or Tuesday.
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  • giruXX's Avatar
    Today, 10:38
    Thanks wout for the additions! :icon29:
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  • FireStorm II's Avatar
    Today, 10:33
    Hello Gents, I think Alcanallen means that they worked in Revision 1.4, but not in Revision 1.5. I've looked for these missions to try, but can't find them. Could you point me to them? Cheers.
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  • Led Zeppelin's Avatar
    Today, 10:18
    Jacques Andrieux, thank you!:applause:
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  • Naruto-kun's Avatar
    Today, 10:17
    Naruto-kun replied to a thread Milviz T-38A Redux in Prepar3D V4
    Should be identical in behaviour to the T-38C (higher top speed/lower acceleration and turn performance due to different intakes compared to the non PMP version). Same ADV code base and systems interface.
    4 replies | 177 view(s)
  • blanston12's Avatar
    Today, 10:03
    I agree, the only way I would use a W7 system is if that was what was originally installed in it and I did not want to upgrade any hardware, but otherwise if connected to the interweb its a big security risk. Any new system or if re-installing from a blank disk go with windows 10. W7 home was a problem in that it limited you to 16 GB off ram but W10 home can use 192 GB. I use Windows 10 Home and have not had any issues with it, Pro comes with a lot of features you might need at work but you won't need for a sim computer. I am also more of a fan of Intel chips rather than AMD, I just don't trust them. 8mb is OK for FS9/FSX but those are the past. Current sims like P3Dv4 and X-Plane can take advantage of 16 or 32 GB of memory and run much smoother and defiantly need more graphics...
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  • gman5250's Avatar
    Today, 09:52
    Yeah, forget about future proof. Designed obsolescence and all that. :pop4: As far as cooling, I'm running the Cooler MasterAir Maker 8 CPU Thermal Cooler with good results. I also installed two 200mm case (exhaust) fans above the thermal cooler to pump out the hot air. Very quiet too with those big blades. See my specs, my system runs hot enough to heat a room but still remains comfortably within tolerance if I don't overclock. If I were going to overclock, I'd look at a good water cooling system. BTW, one thing to consider with that thermal cooler is case width and memory height. Tall memory with LED will present some challenges for fan clearance. I'd go with non LED memory. I'd highly recommend a self build. I'm also on a budget and built my system out of pocket, on limited...
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  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 09:51
    hi giruXX:encouragement: One of the many designs of Romanian Radu Manicatide. This is the IAR-821 model (Ichenko AI-14 radial engine) built by ICRMA (Intreprinderea de Constructii si Reparatii Materiale Aeronautice) which was later renamed as IRMA (Intreprinderea de Reparatii Materiale Aeronautice). Later versions (IAR-822, IAR-826) had a Lycoming O-540.
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  • hairyspin's Avatar
    Today, 09:30
    Future proof?? Phooey! No computer hardware is future proof. For best results with FSX etc, Intel and nVidia have been preferred and you have to see what your beloved will stand. I’d suggest going for reasonably fast components throughout the system, including an SSD drive for much speedier storage. That way you should be in with a chance of running the new MS sim when it comes out. Also you can never have too much memory, so get 16gb as a working minimum. Fancy cooling systems are only really needed if you build a complete hot-rod
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  • ftl818's Avatar
    Today, 09:28
    Yes it was a great air show but so hot on the field.... Very unfortunate that the spitfire PRXI PL983 had a landing gear failure on EHHV Midden zeeland. And B17 Sally B and a real Me109 were unable to come due to problems. We were very fortunate to have so many warbirds attending this show in the Netherlands. Now waiting for the Market Garden celebrations near Arnhem, always a great spectacle! Paul flying from EHHV
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  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    Today, 09:19
    I believed he just showed why he was chosen over DiBenedetto yesterday.....
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  • odourboy's Avatar
    Today, 09:06
    odourboy replied to a thread Milviz T-38A Redux in Prepar3D V4
    Oops, thought the release was still pending. My problem with the T-38C (sticky brakes) was resolved with the last update. Thanks!
    4 replies | 177 view(s)
  • Naruto-kun's Avatar
    Today, 08:46
    Naruto-kun replied to a thread Milviz T-38A Redux in Prepar3D V4
    Its out. @odourboy did you get your problems resolved on the T-38C?
    4 replies | 177 view(s)
  • heywooood's Avatar
    Today, 08:37
    good luck on your project...meanwhile..ever heard of this feller?
    311 replies | 57965 view(s)
  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    Today, 07:44
    Spitfire MkIX 3W17 PH-OUQ SKHV Westland Lysander V9312 G-CCOM Aircraft Restoration Company Duxford Vultee BT-13 Valiant N313BT Vroege vogels?Early Birds Lelystad
    3 replies | 65 view(s)
  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    Today, 07:42
    Douglas C-47 c/n 19345 Drag ’em Oot Spitfire HFIXE TD314 Aero Legends North American P-51D Mustang Trusty Rusty PH-JAT Vroege vogels/Early Birds
    3 replies | 65 view(s)
  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    Today, 07:40
    Part of the celebrations that run from D-day to the end of the war 75 year ago, my former hometown Ede held an air show that featured a nice list of warbirds, that included no less than four Spitfires, two Hurricanes, a Lysander, four Stearmans, A C-47, a Buchon and even a real (Static) me-109! Some photos: Messerschmitt Me-109G-5 Vliegend Museum Seppe La Hispano-Aviacion SA Hispano HA-1112-M1L ‘Buchon’/c/n 223/C4K-102/G-AWHK Aircraft Restoration Company Duxford
    3 replies | 65 view(s)
  • modelr's Avatar
    Today, 07:24
    I have, at the moment, 188 texture zips for the V3 version. Gordon Madison, (g.madison5250 here at SOH) has done a lot of skins for it, including a weathered bare skin version. "" If you search the Warbirds Library for username g.madison5250 and search for text "Douglas_C-47_V3.12_VVC" you will come up with most of Gordon's work on this excellent aircraft.
    1 replies | 109 view(s)
  • ChiefWH's Avatar
    Today, 07:22
    ChiefWH replied to a thread .lso file in CFS3 General Discussion
    I should think pretty useful! Thank you.
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  • jankees's Avatar
    Today, 07:14
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category P3D / P4D Add-Ons - Jankees Military Description: This folder contains a repaint for the North American B-25 by Roy Chaffin Studios (RCS). It shows B-25J 7V "K rations" of the 487th BS, 340th BG. It was based on Corsica during 1944, and was one of 13 aircraft of the squadron that had a dogface noseart, based on the cartoon by Bill Mauldin. The serial of this aircraft was not reapplied when the aircraft received a coat of camouflage paint in the field, and thus remains unknown. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the original textures by RCS. To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit North American B-25J 340th BG 7V 'K-rations'.zip The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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