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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher12 View Post

    And why anyone runs FSX I have no idea! Had this argument with people before. lol
    Once again, Mark, I agree with you.
    Anyway, I have a i5 8250U 4core 8GB RAM, 3392 Mhz clock speed.

    Works well for me & my FS9's, getting 60-90fps, on occasion, dependent on scenery & aircraft.
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

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    Quote Originally Posted by zswobbie1 View Post
    Once again, Mark, I agree with you.
    Anyway, I have a i5 8250U 4core 8GB RAM, 3392 Mhz clock speed.

    Works well for me & my FS9's, getting 60-90fps, on occasion, dependent on scenery & aircraft.
    I think in a couple of years we’ll be saying the same about MSFS as FSX when they see bugs are still plenty, add-ons need super PC’s and costs are bank breakers.

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    I'm doing a test flight on the 19 inch monitor and must say so far it is all positive. The sharpness is very clearly a step up from my widescreen monitor.
    In the past I've flown the old iFly widescreen panel as the new one was really blurry because they simply upscaled it to make it bigger to fit larger gauges as users complained they couldn't read them. Doing this killed the new widescreen panel sharpness so I stuck to the old one. Using the iFly normal panel now on the 19inch, sharpness is terrific and the panel looks great.

    Totally happy so I think I will stick to the 19 inch and have everything display nice and crisp and have all 2D panels display in the correct proportions again.
    Not to mention there are also fps benefits which may be very welcomed on the Win 7 PC.
    Mark Daniels

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    2 flights on the 19 inch, also tried a bunch of 2D panels, goodbye widescreen, I'll never ever be going back to one.

    As happy with my FS9 right now as I was when it was first released!
    Mark Daniels

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    I've been using 2 screens for many years, with FSNav on the 2nd screen. I can also use it as a scratch pad type screen should I need to move pop-up panels or views there, but mainly for nav use.
    Robin
    Cape Town, South Africa

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