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    Westozy's 737NG

    Hi guys,

    I took a new photo for my signature pic with the new yokes installed and I'm really pleased with how it came out. The 2.4 quad core is giving 35 frames per second over Seattle with every slider in FS9 maxed out. I bought two LED headlamps for $10 each. They are excellent for making the map lights that go up in the eyebrow windows, you can just see one of them.
    Here's the bigger version - http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/s...php?photo=2372

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    Incredible view, nice photo Gwynn

    Somewhere you got specs to your 2.4 quad core, can you give us a link or repost it? 35 fps is fantastic

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    Gwyn that scenery is fantastic! Looks very real (as intended)
    What software are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 737 Gez View Post
    Gwyn that scenery is fantastic! Looks very real (as intended)
    What software are you using?
    That is default scenery with autogen and everything else maxed.

    Matt, I'll tell you what my PC is if you promise to spell my name right!!! Who's Gwynn? I'll try and find the spec sheet, I can't remember exactly what it is.


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    That picture looks like you are looking out of a real airplane. Awesome!

    I didn't think FS9 could take advantage of muti cores?
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