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  1. I saw that Aerosoft Bratislava has been released, which is great. However before I buy it I got a question about it. On the product page it's listed under the P3D v4 category and below the product name it says P3D v4/v5, however looking at the picture it says "Add-on for Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5". There's no mentioning of v4 in the picture. This image shows what I mean: I've put green squares around the areas which I mean. I guess it probably is compatible with P3D v4, but I wanted to make sure of that. Just because at one place it only says
  2. This is great, thanks very much! I already have a scenery for this airport (Fsxcenery) which does the job but that's all that can be said about it. Knowing Aerosoft, it'll be a masterpiece.
  3. Not for P3D v4/v5. The product which you have is only compatible up to P3D v3. That leaves out the two most used P3D versions at the moment. You know I'm still using P3D v4 and there is no good Bali scenery for it.
  4. Agreed on FSX customers, but P3D customers? I find that hard to believe. I'm one of those P3D customers (still on P3D v4 and no intention to switch any time soon) and I'm still buying add-ons. My latest purchase was MK-Studios Helsinki. Agreed, this is not an Aerosoft product but for me as a customer there is little difference. I's a great scenery that is worth buying, so I bought it. My latest Aerosoft purchase was Hamburg Professional. So as you can see, I buy what is being released that is of interest to me. All you got to do is release and you got at least one custo
  5. You also have a scenery for that airport for P3D and for X-Plane. It might not have that exact name, it doesn't matter much. Most people don't know the exact title of the product they have, but they do know which airport it is and obviously they know which sim they're using. Therefor I agree with this request. To be clear, you have these three products: Aerosoft Airport Cologne/Bonn Cologne/Bonn Professional Airport Cologne/Bonn XP It's easy to mistake one for another, therefor you can't be clear enough for which platform a product is. It should be menti
  6. Pictures can easily appear distorted, but it definitely is San Francisco. Keep in mind that you don't have to be that far from an airport for it to appear very little on the screen, this aircraft is still fairly close.
  7. I agree with Mathijs, just replace the internal drive. A few years ago SSD/HDD combis were still common. Nowadays they're more and more being replaced with full SSDs, certainly for gaming laptops that's a must. It's easily doable, just unscrew the SSD/HDD lid at the bottom of the laptop, take it out and put a new SSD back in it's place. You would of course need to reinstall Windows, but that's doable. USB 3.0 has it's limits when it comes to speed, it might not be fast enough. With an internal SSD you don't have that problem.
  8. If you really want to, you can order your MSFS2020 DVD version at AviationMegaStore in the Netherlands. They do ship to the USA. Keep in mind that shipment is not exactly cheap, but it is possible. Also the high shipment costs are partly being compensated because, as an American, you don't pay VAT on your purchase. Standard version: https://www.aviationmegastore.com/flight-simulator-2020---standard-4015918149440-microsoft-4015918149440-flight-simulation/product/?action=prodinfo&art=171032 Premium deluxe version: https://www.aviationmegastore.com/flight-simulator-202
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  10. You could order it from the AviationMegaStore in the Netherlands. They have it on stock and as far as I know they do ship to America. Keep in mind the shipment costs are quite high, but that's partly being compensated because you don't pay VAT on your purchase.
  11. That used to be true for FS2004 and FSX as they could only use one core and ignore the rest, but with modern sims like P3D that's not the case anymore. They can spread their work over multiple cores, so the more cores you got the more powerful your CPU. Basically you can see it as a crew of men doing a load of work, for example let's say they're moving boxes. You got the choice, 4 men each moving 20 boxes a minute or 8 men each moving 16 boxes a minute. The result is that with the 4 men crew a total of 80 boxes a minute are being moved, while with the 8 men crew 128 boxes a minute
  12. Since you mentioned a budget of £650, I guess you're based in the UK. Unfortunately I couldn't find prices for the UK, but I could find prices for the Netherlands. They're in Euros instead of Pounds, but I guess it doesn't make much difference. How does this sound? AMD Ryzen 7 3700X socket AM4 processor € 299,00 ASUS PRIME A320M-K, socket AM4 motherboard € 47,90 Gainward GeForce GTX 1660 Pegasus graphics card € 202,90 G.Skill 16GB DDR-4 3200 kit memory € 56,90 Patriot P210, 512 GB SSD € 53,90 Windows 10 Professional OEM € 11,95 Total
  13. Usually I'm one of the guys giving advice here, but this time I'm looking for some input to come to a good decision. My current video card is getting a bit outdated. It's a GeForce GTX 960 with 2 GB GDDR5 memory (ASUS GTX 960 Mini OC). Not much special these days. One disadvantage is that it only has one DVI output, so technically only one monitor can be connected to it. However I have three monitors and use a Matrox Triplehead2Go Digital Edition to connect them all to my system. And while it's all still functional, I'm thinking about updating. A better videocard on whi
  14. Agreed. Certainly when a sim is "just out", there aren't a lot of add-ons for it yet. For P3D on the other hand, there are a whole lot more add-ons. And since it's the add-ons that make the sim, P3D will remain the preferred platform for the foreseeable future. Maybe in a few years, when the number of add-ons for MSFS has grown, I'll give it a try. Or maybe not, that remains to be seen. After all it's not that much of an improvement over P3D, if Lockheed Martin releases a few updates for v5 they bring their product up to the same level as MSFS. So what's the gain?
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