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About rish

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  1. Do you think it's better if I get an Xbox for Microsoft's new flight simulator rather than a new gaming laptop? It's much cheaper, and price is a big constraint for me. I intend to use Microsoft's new flight simulator coming in 2020, and that is compatible with Xbox. But can I use my flight-stick with an Xbox? I have the Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick. Also, will the addons be compatible with the Xbox version? Thanks, Rish.
  2. But can I get a better laptop or a better deal in 2020 as compared to this year?
  3. So should I buy it this year or in 2020? And should I buy a specific laptop or should a look for certain hardware specifications(like Intel i7, Nvidia GTX 1060)? I know this sounds silly, but is it possible to solve the laptop overheating problem by keeping an ice pack under it?
  4. So is this better than buying a new gaming laptop? I mean upgrading to the RX570 8GB and 16 GB RAM. Also, are there any compatibility issues with the RX570, being a modern graphics card, and my processor being an old one? Is it worth replacing the processor and other components?
  5. Can I solve my original Aerosoft Airbus problem by buying a graphics card like the AMD Radeon RX570 8GB for my AMD FX-4300 processor PC and upgrading the RAM to 16 or 32 GB?
  6. Ok, but I really want a laptop because it's portable, so I can't buy a PC. But I can wait till the new Microsoft Flight Simulator is released. Should I buy a laptop now or will I get a better deal in 2020? Unfortunately, I live in India where electronics cost a lot more than what they do in the US, so even the $1000 USD laptops might cost more in India. Nevertheless, I can save enough money to buy something even slightly above $1000 USD. Also, do you know when in 2020 the new simulator is going to release? And should I buy a specific laptop or should I look for certain requirements(like Intel i7, Nvidia GTX 1060) to buy a laptop? Also, I know this sounds silly, but can I solve the laptop overheating problem by keeping an ice pack under it? In my initial problem of the Aerosoft A320/A321, not running on my desktop, I had actually replaced the integrated graphics with a Nvidia GT 210 1GB graphics card, and I could use FSX without any addons at max graphics quite well, but the Aerosoft Airbus was barely usable with bad frame rates. But sometimes the computer wouldn't detect the Nvidia graphics card and dxdiag said that there wasn't any graphics card, only integrated graphics. Thanks, Rish
  7. Ok, I can buy a new laptop, but a PC would be difficult. Can you please suggest some PCs and laptops under $1000 USD? I will try for the PC but a laptop would be better. I can upgrade the RAM on the laptop, if needed. Thanks, Rish
  8. Hi all, I can't seem to use the Aerosoft A320-21 on FSX Steam Edition with the following hardware specs: AMD FX-4300 Quad-Core 3.8 GHz Processor 8GB RAM (7.5 GB usable) Integrated Graphics If the graphics card is a problem, I can buy a new one. I was just wondering whether to buy the GeForce 730GT 4GB or the GeForce GT 1030 2GB graphics card. These 2 are preferred as they are quite cheap in my region. I need all the specs to work properly even if I buy more complex aircraft like the PMDG 737 and 777 and scenery and texture addons like ORBX Global Base and REX Texture Direct. If both these graphics cards aren't good enough, please suggest some (preferably under $120). Thanks, Rish
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