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zero1123 Trainee

I've been looking for a computer system that can run FSX at high settings. I think I finaly found the PC but I'm not a 100% sure. Does anybody know if this system is able to run FSX at high sittings with playable framerate? Also, is this system worth buying? It cost about $1800 with 32" monitor and blu-ray player.

Anyway, here's the system specs:

Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit
650W ATX Power Supply
M3A78-EMH HDMI Mother Board
500GB SATA-II 7200rpm Hardrive
3.2GHz AMD Athlon™ X2 6400+ Dual-Core CPU
4GB (2x2) System RAM
1GB NVIDIA 8800GT Graphics memory

Thanks, I appreciate any suggestions! Surprised

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oldsamer First Officer

The important numbers are 3.2ghz and more than 2gb of ram, vid card is OK.
You should see 25-30 fps, with dips to 17-19.

You're paying more than I would to play FSX, but I snap together my puters and recently I've reverted to FS9 for desired older addons.

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Netz Rafi (Rafi) First Officer

It is a good one and as written in previous post high speed cpu is important. I am not sure that a huge hard disk will contribute to performance

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Westernstyle Captain

I run my FSX on a laptop- no video card. But i rather not pay 100$ on something 30$, thats my opinion

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kin3 Trainee

With that big of a monitor you might need a more powerful graphic card. Check out a few hardware sites.

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