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    Yesterday, 17:43
    ****WARNING**** Box of tissues required before reading!
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    Yesterday, 16:36
    Lauda's take: Again, not Lewis' fault that Nico went from 1st to 3rd....
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    Yesterday, 16:32
    Panther_99FS replied to a thread Brickyard in Racer's Paddock
    Outside of the empty seats, always good to see Gordon win.... And gotta love that Larson too! :mixed-smiley-010: (I can't help but wonder how good Larson would be if he was with Hendrick)
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    Yesterday, 07:54
    Yowsers! While on the one hand, I totally understand Nico's frustration with Lewis, on the other, I have to say that it wasn't Lewis' fault that Nico went from 1st to third..... Great to see Daniel win though! :a1310:
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    July 26th, 2014, 14:52
    Well - Nico should wrap up the championship now! :mixed-smiley-010:
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    July 25th, 2014, 18:25
    luckydog replied to a thread This better work !! in Prepar3D
    Thanks Pat, emailed LM and they reset everything before I could say "boboskideatendot isskiddlyoatendote". re-installed 1.4, gonna wait for 2.3.......... LD
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    July 25th, 2014, 14:02
    This from Trusted Reviews Overclocking the P6T SE was a straightforward process and it was a better experience than we expected. The Asus specification for the P6T SE suggests that a number of BIOS options for voltage settings would be missing compared to the Deluxe. Specifically vCPU PLL, vNB-PCIe and vDRAM are all supposed to be absent but we found the options were exactly the same as the Deluxe. Truth be told we wondered about the spec as the idea of a Core i7 motherboard with fixed DRAM voltage is absurd. We bumped up the CPU speed from 3.2GHz (24x133MHz) to 3.86GHz (29x133MHz) and found that the P6T SE was as stable as a rock so we went to the next step and raised the memory speed from 1,066MHz to 1,600MHz which helped performance by a useful margin. Those speeds were...
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    July 25th, 2014, 13:46
    Duckie lower it to 3.5 GHz and see it is a heat or OC issue...the southbridge may be overheating since it has the least cooling. I put a small fan on my southbridge
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    July 25th, 2014, 04:01
    Looks like ya got her right where you want her! How is the performance on FSX? Also you should be able to use DX10 without much of a performance drop now. I am not a fan of DX10 I think it was thrown together rather shoddily but it does have some nice effects on FSX. Duckie read this: Ted
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    July 24th, 2014, 20:20
    These guys are off the chain!!! :applause:
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    July 24th, 2014, 19:51
    Rgr that - got the DVR set for Friday. Did find the YouTube last 5 laps or though...:mixed-smiley-010:
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    July 24th, 2014, 18:13
    luckydog replied to a thread This better work !! in Prepar3D
    Well, looks like I've run out of activations for my licenses on both 1.4 and 2.2..........:dizzy: (code 5013) Maybe it's my new computer ?? Shall have to read a million forum pages to find out, I reckon........ so anyway, dug up my old FSX discs and loaded that on to my new toy and OMGG !!!! (oh my goodness gracious)......... everything maxxxxxxxed out and I'm running in the 50's fps smooth as silk. I guess it'll have to do till I get P3D straightened out......!?! LD
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by jmig on January 2nd, 2012 at 18:23
Over the last ten years or so, we have all seen MSFS models go from $5.00 each to $50.00 and more. With the increase in pricing, have come increased systems integration and model complexity. Interior and exterior visual acuity rivals today real aircraft. As the realism of flight sim models have increased, so too have the expectations of the consumer.

Developers are caught between the customers’ desire for ever better and more exact models, and the increased costs in man hours to program

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T-38 Blog: End Devices for I/O Cards

by jmig on September 25th, 2010 at 14:22
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End Devices for I/O Cards

Real world pilots control aircraft functions with switches, potentiometers, encoders, etc. We virtual pilots can also control our virtual aircraft with switches, potentiometers, encoders and more…through the I/O card.

Remember the I/O card is nothing more than a middle man between us and the flight simulator. By twisting a knob, or moving a control we send information through the I/O card to our virtual

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T-38 Blog: I/O Cards

by jmig on September 13th, 2010 at 16:22
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Using I/O Cards

In an earlier entry I mentioned Input/Output (I/O) cards. Today we will look more closely at them and what they can do to enhance your flight sim experience. We will also look at some different I/O cards and later start building a simple switch panel which will control some of the MSFS basic functions.

Perhaps the most common I/O card available is the one in that old used joystick you have sitting up in the

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T-38 Blog: The Cockpit

by jmig on August 28th, 2010 at 17:53
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The Cockpit

I have had several requests for pictures of the cockpit. So I am posting here a few pictures of what the cockpit looks like. Please remember this is the acumination of six or seven years of research and work.

As we continue this blog, I will show you how I made many of the components and panels you see here.
This blog will go through the basic building blocks which together make up the simulator. Also, what

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T-38 Blog: First-Sim & I/O Cards -

by jmig on August 26th, 2010 at 17:10
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First-Sim & I/O Cards

Here are pictures of my first sim “cockpit”. It consisted of two Go-Flight Modules and three parts I made myself.
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I also used two monitors, One for the outside view and another for the instruments. Holding everything was a simple plywood frame I constructed to support the monitors and components.
The Go-Flight models

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