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    Default Would like to see some pic's of Rexskyforce 3D

    if any one just bought the new Rexskyforce 3D. I would like to see some pictures and what you think about it.
    As a P-51 pilot said "She Climbs Like A Home Sick Angel"

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    Here are a few Dan, i'll post some more later.












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    Few real weather shots. Let me know if you want to see any other type of weather conditions Dan.










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    supershots!!

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    Those clouds look very realistic.

    I currently use REX Soft Clouds in conjunction with ActiveSky Next.

    Just to be clear, is RexSkyForce 3D an improvement on Soft Clouds,

    or does it replace the whole ActiveSky/Soft Cloud combination?

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    Fine weather... and much fine planes!
    Gérard Guichard, Dijon, Burgundy, France. i5 Intel processor, 4 Go of Ram, Nvidia GeForce 920MX, DirectX 12.0, and FSX Gold Edition with SP1, SP2. My personal flightsim website is at http://flightlessons.6te.net

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    Super series of pics. Adam! REX just keep getting better and better.
    Larry

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    Thanks Adam and every one for the great pics and comments. It looks just about the same as Rex Essential + Overdrive.
    Thanks Dan
    As a P-51 pilot said "She Climbs Like A Home Sick Angel"

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    Great shots Adam! I also looked at the video Jan suggested. It does look really nice as well!!

    Having said all of that. For FSX with a 4.6Ghz i-7, 16 gig of DDR4 2800 Ram, and a Nvidia 1060 video card, how bad a memory and frame rate hog is this? I'm very fond of ORBX regional packages. How, frame rate wise does this compare to what I'd expect from say ORBX Jackson Hole?

    Thanks,


    Michael

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