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liam (Liono) Chief Captain

Just updated my graphics card to a Nivida 5700 256Mb (99.99) and brought FS Terrian and it make's a big difference to the default scenery.
I nearly stacked by 747-200 into the Alps as I was amazed by the scenery.

Has anyone else brought this addon?

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Zach (ranald) Captain

Yes I got it and love it I would give it 90% It great in hawaii but you have it maxium to see the difference there.

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Elkinallen First Officer

I have FS terrain too!!! It is GREAT!!!!

I also got Active sky!!! It really SWEETENS the weather!!!! You get FULL weather reports INCLUDING winds aloft!!! Just like Metar for real flying!!! The fog slowly comes in etc. I HighlLLlllLllly recommend it!!!

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David (The-GPS-Kid) Captain

I have FS Terrain - brilliant - but unfortunately I don't have your nice 256Mb Graphics Card (I'm drooling with envy!) Mad

Liono - where did you get that card for 99 ??

Ok, I'm pretty thick when it comes to PCs..... can anyone tell me whether my 9 month old Dell P4, 3.0Ghz, 2048Mb RAM is likely to have PCI Express slots or AGP slots.... ?

I want to order a new Video Card too but I don't want to order one that won't fit..... I think my PC will be the modern PCIe slots.... but if anyone else can give a view, I'd be really grateful !

😉 😂 😀

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Greg (FL050) First Officer

The-GPS-Kid wrote:

I have FS Terrain - brilliant - but unfortunately I don't have your nice 256Mb Graphics Card (I'm drooling with envy!) Mad

Liono - where did you get that card for 99 ??

Ok, I'm pretty thick when it comes to PCs..... can anyone tell me whether my 9 month old Dell P4, 3.0Ghz, 2048Mb RAM is likely to have PCI Express slots or AGP slots.... ?

I want to order a new Video Card too but I don't want to order one that won't fit..... I think my PC will be the modern PCIe slots.... but if anyone else can give a view, I'd be really grateful !

😉 😂 😀

It is more than likely PCI.

Try this:

Go to Start > Run > Type 'dxdiag'
GO to the Display tab at the top, and then look next to Chip type. It should say AGP or PCI after the chip name.

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David (The-GPS-Kid) Captain

Thanks for the help FL050, it turned out to be an AGP socket, but this was a useful way of checking... Thanx ! 😉

I decided to spend far too much and order a top of the range Radeon X800 256Mb at a cost of 245.

Right - No more PC spending !

😉

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