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Back in my B737-800 NG Home Cockpit

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    Back in my B737-800 NG Home Cockpit

    I am back in my B737-800 NG Home Cockpit again, but there is a huge difference now.

    The Home Cockpit hardware is now using the PMDG B737NGXu system.

    Can't be that much better

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    Roar Kristensen
    www.flightsim4fun.com
    Home Cockpit software developer

    #2
    Originally posted by roarkr51 View Post
    I am back in my B737-800 NG Home Cockpit again, but there is a huge difference now.

    The Home Cockpit hardware is now using the PMDG B737NGXu system.

    Can't be that much better
    The NGXu is compatible with full cockpit setups? Does it interface with ProSim 737 or Project Magenta? Or does PMDG interface with CP Flight, Open Cockpits etc?
    Angelo Cosma

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      #3
      Originally posted by Boeing 25-01 View Post

      The NGXu is compatible with full cockpit setups? Does it interface with ProSim 737 or Project Magenta? Or does PMDG interface with CP Flight, Open Cockpits etc?
      You can build a complete cockpit with OC4BAv5 from www.flightsim4fun.com
      Roar Kristensen
      www.flightsim4fun.com
      Home Cockpit software developer

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        #4
        My only issue with PMDG 737NGX is that when I undock my views and place them in my MIP I take to great of a frame rate hit. I have a very good computer with 1080ti and a 1060. Flightsim4fun has a diagram that shows a triple head to go for some of the displays. Can this solve my frames issue? I have some FDS hardware (no Opencockpits).

        Thanks Mike Stout

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          #5
          Wow how much have you spent on your cockpit
          Wayne Such

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            #6
            Originally posted by roarkr51 View Post
            I am back in my B737-800 NG Home Cockpit again, but there is a huge difference now.

            The Home Cockpit hardware is now using the PMDG B737NGXu system.

            Can't be that much better
            Dayum!! amazing
            Ro Faulk

            Monitor ROG PG27U 4K 144HZ
            i9,9900K 5.0GHZ, 64GB RAM, SSD 2TB M.2 OS drive, Dual EVGA 2080Ti NVLinked GPU's, MSI, GODlike Z390 MB.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Bluesman1 View Post
              My only issue with PMDG 737NGX is that when I undock my views and place them in my MIP I take to great of a frame rate hit. I have a very good computer with 1080ti and a 1060. Flightsim4fun has a diagram that shows a triple head to go for some of the displays. Can this solve my frames issue? I have some FDS hardware (no Opencockpits).

              Thanks Mike Stout
              Should be. If I remember right, the issue with frame drop was when you undocked a view and transferred it to a separate monitor, it tripped some part of code that handled multi-monitor and killed the frames. Triple head is a hardware nifty that makes the system see a single monitor instead. Interesting and nice to see they are still in business and up-to-date. I remember them from back when Windows didn't include multi-monitor support in base version...
              --Peter Fabian
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