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No FSX SP1 yet …

Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

Phil Taylor reports ACES are fighting a couple of bugs this week, this time the kind that infect humans.  And there’s a couple of other issues slowing things down.  So there’s a (likely) short delay in releasing SP1 to the beta team.

Thanks for the update, Phil.

  1. Mav
    Sunday, March 11th, 2007 at 10:40 pm

    I run a reasonbly low cost system with 2.6Ghz AMD CPU, 128mbGraphics and 1024mb Ram, My Frame rate with all sliders in FSX turned down will max at 9Fps what would the difference be in Fps. I would gladly be a beta tester if needed too

  2. Monday, March 12th, 2007 at 7:46 am

    Mav, there is no way of predicting what the performance improvement will be on a particular machine, although Microsoft has stated the target is 20%. That would give you 10.8 fps.

  3. Kirk Masters
    Tuesday, March 20th, 2007 at 6:56 am

    You will find the FSX uses cpu speed, Graphics card MB, and system MB to discover how fast you can go. Do the tweaks. Do not use the max settings. With an amd 3200 at 2.3 GHz, 1.5 GB, killer video 620MB (GTS 8800), I get 30-50 FPS. With an Opteron at 2.9 GHZ I don’t see much improvement. It also wasn’t too bad with the 1650 ATI with 256 MB. With DX 10 coming in Sept you will need a killer V.Card with maybe 2-3 GB ram on the MB. Get more ram in the V Card and MB. You will need 2-3GB ram for Vista DX10

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