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GPU (video card) considerations

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008 6 comments

Phil Taylor provides a detailed analysis of GPU specs and implications.

Categories: DX10, Technical

Airing laundry

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007 4 comments

Should you have a spare week, browse through this thread on SP2/Acceleration AVSim.  Although I don’t agree with all that is said, it seems that many users and developers used the opportunity to vent on FSX/SP1/SP2, and I’m hoping that with that done, the focus will be on how we can all work together productively.

Outside of that thread, Francois posted some of his own thoughts.

Buried in AVSIM thread is an important statement from Phil Taylor: “I meant it when I stated that this was a precursor of things to come, back compat is about to undergo serious changes. In the future it will very likely no longer be possible to resell old content for the new platform. At all, as in the platform will refuse to load it. “

Developers take note.  And I don’t see this, with the right support from Aces, as a bad thing.

Now back to Misty Fjords …

FSX Videos

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007 Leave a comment

Jun Kazama does the most beautiful FSX/DX10 videos I’ve seen.  Here’s a couple more:

Bella Coola (110 Mb)

Seasons Greetings (Vancouver+) (295Mb)

Interesting FSX benchmark

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007 Leave a comment

Check out Gary’s results on AVSIM.

More screenshots of Vancouver+ in FSX Acceleration

Monday, October 15th, 2007 1 comment

Mango has published a series of shots showing off DX10 in Vancouver+…

FSX DX10 Video

Friday, October 12th, 2007 1 comment

Jun Kazama makes stunning flightsim videos.  Here‘s a DX10 FSX video.

FSX SP2 release info

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007 Leave a comment

Phil Taylor explains why SP2 and FSX Acceleration are two different releases at different times, even though Acceleration includes SP2.

Categories: Development, DX10, Flightsim, FSX
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