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    WIN7 FOR FLIGHTSIMMING??

    I am on Win XP, and want an upgrade which will include Win7, and PCI Express slots. I have heard mixed comments on whether or not it will be suitable for flightsim?
    Anyone out there using '7'? I fly FS 2004.

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    TONY, Plymouth UK

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    Re: WIN7 FOR FLIGHTSIMMING??

    Hi Tony you are cleared to take off!
    This is my config:
    i7 2600k 3.4 Ghz
    WIN7 64 bit, (64 is better than 32 bit, you can use more memory with it)
    N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II (GTX 590 is better)
    16 Giga RAM
    SSD 256 Giga (Flash Hard Disk)
    motherboard Asus P8Z68 -VLX
    i use both FS9 and FSX...
    rakouth

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    Re: WIN7 FOR FLIGHTSIMMING??

    Confirm.

    WIN7 (64 bit) and FSX run extremely well together.
    Erhard in Thailand

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    Re: WIN7 FOR FLIGHTSIMMING??

    Confirm.
    If you going to use this PC for FS only, 4Gb of memory would have been enough.