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Thread: Floating through the skies of FS2004, the search for realism continues!

  1. Default Floating through the skies of FS2004, the search for realism continues!

    Hey everyone,

    I hope you all have a great day.

    I'm still not able to upgrade to a newer sim so the road to achieve a "realistic" FS9 continues.
    They had to be scaled down sadly, but here are some screenshots, enjoy!

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    Yes, I love the classic 747.. did you notice already?

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    List of addons seen in the pictures:

    - CLS 747 (made the PH-BUI repaint myself, it is not available (yet))
    - Manfred Jahn C47 FS9 version (Freeware)
    - Wilco 737
    - REX Overdrive
    - NL2000 v3SE (Freeware)
    - Aerosoft Amsterdam Schiphol
    - Flightzone Portland
    - FSRealWX Lite (Freeware)
    - FSUIPC
    - ENB Series (Freeware)
    Flight Simulator 2004 | i7-6700HQ @ 3.4 Ghz | Nvidia GTX960m | 8GB DDR4 RAM | 1TB HDD

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    Your shots look good!
    Safe skies!

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    Your pics are realistic already..

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    Very nice screenshots and FS2004 looking good with those add-ons.

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    Like those pics. Somewhat of lesser details than the first ones you posted with FS9, I find
    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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    Great looking set of FS9 shots!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugilist2 View Post
    Great looking set of FS9 shots!
    I agree!! I'm not sure I ever did that well with 9.

    Michael
    i9-9900K CPU currently running 5gig + -, Aorus Z390 LGA 1151 MB, Kraken X61 280 mm water cooler, Corsair RM850X PS, Planteks full size tower, 64gig of DDR4 3200 RAM, EVGA 1080 GPU, 4TB "Black" HD, 1Tb SSD, joystick, rudder pedals, yoke, multi control panel, three monitors set up for panaramic views, Bose surround sound system, and a ton of powered usb ports.

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    Well I for one day they look great!

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    Lovely pictures and lovely terrain. Too bad I can't find the way to convert ORBX Landclass+Vector to FS9. Now I'm stuck in FSX hahaha
    Best regards,
    Luis Hern√°ndez

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    Impressive scenery and aircraft. But I notice that you are using a HDD. When I switched from two hard drives (1 for scenery + 1 for the rest of FS2004) I noticed a frame rate improvement when I put all of FS2004 on a SSD.

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