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[20NOV19] PMDG 737NGXu Update to Build 9961 is now available

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    #31
    Great update! Fixed most of my FPS issues except for dynamic lighting at night. I did a little more analysis and discovered I'm GPU capped when it comes to the landing and runway turnoff lights. Running a GTX 1070 here. Anything I can do on my end to reduce the strain or is upgrading the only option?

    Update: I got an extra 10 FPS all by doing one thing. I went to the NVIDIA Profile Inspector and changed the "Antialiasing - Transparency Supersampling" from "4x Sparse Grid Supersampling" to "2x Sparse Grid Supersampling". I'm now running the NGXu at a stable 30 FPS during day and night, dynamic lighting on.
    Last edited by HighFlier; 25Nov2019, 02:51.
    James Ward

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      #32
      I have also still have FPS issues , not difference between first update .. I am so sadly..
      Erkal SANLI - LTFJ

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        #33
        Thanks for the constant updates but I have a favor to ask, like Mr. Randazzo when the NGX came out in 2011 and his team annoyed him by implementing fingerprint stains in the displays, the overhead panel missing the plastic cap in the engine anti-ice is annoying the heck out of me. Can this be fix in the next update or make it an option for those who like it please?

        Raul Daumont
        Raul Daumont

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        • MeatServo
          MeatServo commented
          Editing a comment
          Those things annoy me in the real thing too. Can we get some screen and sani-wipes for the flight deck? Also need the Mx to vacuum up the crumbs the previous crew left on the floor from their inflight meal. Might just find that missing little rubber cap.

        #34
        I've installed last update of NGXu, but can't ear the sound of trim...can you help me to solve this?

        THX

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          #35
          Originally posted by Franz87 View Post
          I've installed last update of NGXu, but can't ear the sound of trim...can you help me to solve this?

          THX
          https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...5033#post35033
          Alexis Nguyen

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            #36
            Ok friends I have tried to fly the FSLabs Airbis, better I tried to steer it on the ground. I am not able to handle this 486-PC-Aircraft on the ground anymore. This is because of this great ground friction simulation from PMDG and the NGXu. Thank you for that. I hope PMDG and FSLabs are in contact to make sure that both aircraft get the same nosewheel steering in the future. Thank you PMDG for this realistic item!
            Christian Wopp
            Frankfurt am Main
            Germany

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              #37
              - 0008216: [External Model - Geometry] Nose wheel buries itself upon max braking use (jbrown) - resolved.

              Looks like this is still happening when breaking. Goes below surface then pops above upon full stop?
              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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                #38
                Hi, I just purchased the 737NGX for P3D v4. However, it does not show in the Operations Center, although I could install liveries and it does show in the folder; C:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center. Is there a way to make the Operations Center catch this new aircraft? Any advice is greatly appreciated. The 737NGX shows in the sim, just not in the Operations Center.

                Kind regards

                Brian Vohnsen

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                  #39
                  Originally posted by BrianV View Post
                  Hi, I just purchased the 737NGX for P3D v4. However, it does not show in the Operations Center, although I could install liveries and it does show in the folder; C:\Program Files (x86)\PMDG Operations Center. Is there a way to make the Operations Center catch this new aircraft? Any advice is greatly appreciated. The 737NGX shows in the sim, just not in the Operations Center.

                  Kind regards

                  Brian Vohnsen
                  NGXu will show in new PMDG Operation Center V2 sir. You shold have OC V2 install after NGXu installation is completed?
                  Panupong Thongthai

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                    #40
                    Dear Panupong,

                    Many thanks for your quick response. Indeed, I just spotted it among the apps. On my desktop I had only the old version of the OC, which I think I can safely remove now.

                    Kind regards

                    Brian

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                    Brian Vohnsen

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                      #41
                      Morning to all.
                      Please , how to proceed to update at the latest version 9961?

                      regards

                      https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ui=...=att&disp=safe

                      https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0?ui=...=att&disp=safe




                      Last edited by flightman64; 21Dec2019, 10:18.
                      Stefano Bianco

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                        #42
                        still hoping for an update for christmas!!
                        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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                          #43
                          Update 2.91.0041 is out. Is there a changelog?
                          Christian Wopp
                          Frankfurt am Main
                          Germany

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                            #44
                            Originally posted by Christian Wopp View Post
                            Update 2.91.0041 is out. Is there a changelog?
                            Have a look here:

                            https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...ons-center-2-0
                            Captain Kevin

                            Kevin Yang

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                              #45
                              OK, got the update installed, but now, I have nothing but problems on the NGXu.
                              During perf init, no GW is indicated, and when selecting "N1 LIMIT", the next screen i get on the MCDU is
                              showing <FMC <ACT>. This means that i cannot get the T/O speeds (V1, V2, VR), and also no VNAV flight profile.

                              Removing the airplane and reinstalling is no fix :-(
                              Can somebody assist on this?



                              Regards,

                              Eric

                              Eric Verlent

                              PMDG 7XX Rider

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