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Sounds great. Didn't like the X-plane 10 demo. Sticking with FSX for now. Will get P3D V2.0 whenever that appears. If it comes out before I upgrade my hardware It might run maxed out on my current hardware at high FPS. But thanks for the option.

hmm, haven't heard of P3D before.... will keep my eye on that! just relocated for a new job so unlikely to be doing much gaming/simming for a while... had to put all my controls into storage frown.gif
 
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The CPU reading 9GHz is a result of QPI degradation. 1366 has some BCLK walls that are different from motherboard to motherboard. Check my video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpULDvE74Iw

Leaving work now... I'll be able to evaluate on this a bit more later.
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well.... distributed in the sense of using one computer per monitor and combining to create large spans of screens with their offsets for multi display setups... Bit like eyefinity but as you're duplicating the complete hardware you don't get any loss in performance with the large resolution... just a loss of liquidity! You can spit the data out to multiple instances of Xplane across a network so have say 4x for displays, 1x for an instructor console and another as a control platforms to drive a servo'd platform. It runs under linux and there are certainly versions of linux that can work as a distributed system (all current supercomputers employ this method for example) but I've not heard about xplane running like that.

Xplane employs a numerical method to calculate the aerodynamic forces on small 'finite elements' of the wings, fuselage etc (called blade elements - hence blade element theory) so it is more computationally intensive than FSX (which looks up tabulated parameters of how the aircraft behaves). This means XPlane can be used to predict the behaviour of new wing designs as well as more accurately model flight behaviour outside of stable flight (stalls, vortex ring states, etc). Xplane even comes with a wing modelling package so you can enter your own geometry for it to model and contains the surface maps of Mars so you can fly your planes there... should you want to... and give it rockets of course!

But, the graphics aren't quite as sweet as Microsofts offering so it depends what you want really

Very well put! Must say I like the way X-plane models flight dynamics but in the end the battle is lost for Laminar because ultimately FSX is raised form the dead by Lockheed Martins Prepar3D. I have not purchased it yet because on my hardware it will likely not run any better than FSX and I may have some problems with some of my addons. It is at version 1.4 Last time I checked but rumour has it that a major upgrade is coming in 2013. If it comes before Black friday my current hardware will get a chance to see how it handles it. If it comes after black friday we will see how my next gen hardware in the frigid garage runs FSX.

The current i7 2770k does really well overclocked 4ghz++ but at this point I will wait and see what plays out:

Here is an great example of FSX on a current machine. Granted this guy likes to add some after effects:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xDy4ef7wNg

Compared to my i7 920 at 4.62ghz:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gseCJS3mf18
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The CPU reading 9GHz is a result of QPI degradation. 1366 has some BCLK walls that are different from motherboard to motherboard. Check my video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpULDvE74Iw

Leaving work now... I'll be able to evaluate on this a bit more later.


I tried to reproduce this but could not. The funny thing is that I didn't notice the 9ghz in realtemp at the time
but I did notice the FPS has double but then I also noticed that the clock in the corner of the screen seemed to be running slower
like every second was a second and half!
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so much for Last post LOL!laughingsmiley.gif
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Threads like this makes me want to keep my 920 and just go full water loop. Nice OC, what a beast. I can get mine to 4.2 w/ my H50 @1.3, but only with HT disabled. As soon as I enable HT, it is one angry chip, even with such low vcore.
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Threads like this makes me want to keep my 920 and just go full water loop. Nice OC, what a beast. I can get mine to 4.2 w/ my H50 @1.3, but only with HT disabled. As soon as I enable HT, it is one angry chip, even with such low vcore.

Same thing. I'm thinking about getting a swiftec h220 so I can crank it up some more. HT is nice but the temp increase is just massive when you start putting the voltage to it.
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I was playing with my i7 920 tonight on LN2 biggrin.gif

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I was playing with my i7 920 tonight on LN2 biggrin.gif



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