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Many of us bought pre-assembled PCs for flight simulation from brand-names, like HP, Dell. I did the same until one day I stepped forward to build one myself.
Frankly speaking, the first time was scary. Fortunately, I had done a lot of preparations; the work turned out to be far less difficult than anticipated.
Above is “A Complete How To PC Building Guide for Beginners” from MSI, which I found universally good. Definitely worth a favorite entry in your browser.
by Michael Basler
Here are good news. I just tested SPAD.neXt with FSW support and was positively surprised. My Prepar3d C182 profile (which, of course doesn’t have a counterpart in FSW) works excellently with the FSW Piper. This includes notably Tom’s gauges. Some of them are of course not appropriate for the Piper, but the values are all displayed and even the Flaps indicator moves.
I find this great news. Continue reading
by Colin Moir
Installed FSW last night too, can’t complain about the price (free) as I’d already bought Flight School … a nice gesture from them, but I’m sure future DLC is where Dovetail expect to make money from this title, it all seems a bit raw just now and that’s expected because its early access … really like the windscreen rain effects, this reminds me of the old Flight Unlimited 2 from Looking Glass, if they can get the effect to change as the Aircraft travels faster I think they will have nailed this visual effect. Continue reading
I am a music lover since my very young age and had become an audiophile when I could afford to get some decent high-fidelity (hifi) equipment about 20 years ago. This hasn’t changed much even after flightsimming has gained the number one position on top of my limited pastimes.
Do we audiophiles live for music or gear? It’s a classic question and my answer is a definite both.