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Updated: 27th February 2016 - Should anyone have any suggestion I will be most pleased to update and improve the text. Just leave a reply to this post. FSX is and will always be a 32 bits application. At the time of writing this post (september 2016) P3D (latest version 3.3) is also a 32 bits application.That means they can only handle 4 Gbytes of your installed RAM. No matter how much RAM you've got on your system. Even if you have 128 GB of RAM a 32 bit application such as FSX or P3D can only make use of up to 4 GB of RAM. Concorde-X is probably the most demanding plane on the
Hello all, I'm a new customer to FlightSimLabs, and I'm not disappointed. I have use both the boxed versions of FSX, and FSX-SE, and am now running Prepar3D and trying not to look back. Over the years, and in conference with a friend of mine who is also an avid simmer, I have discovered some performance enhancing techniques for your sim. Some of these can be easily found on the internet, but here, I am going to focus on P3D, and without getting too specific as to my system settings. The reason being that P3D is more stable than FSX, and is delicate, but more fault-tolerant. I
I recently purchased the FSLabs Concorde X and let me say that it is AMAZING. I have become familiar with flying the old iron steam gauges such as the DC-9 classic, 727, and 707, but the systems in the Concorde is unprecedented. The modeling FSLabs creation is top notch. I was happy to see that one of the developers was with PMDG and therefore a lot of the menus were familiar to me as they are almost identical to the MD11 from PMDG. With this being said, I have one issue...the dread OOM and black textures upon landing. My first flight from London to JKF, I landed, taxied off the runway a