Leo96

what type of computer do I have ?

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Hello all:

in order to continue with the REX 2.0 set up i would like to know what you guys consider my pc to be if it is a low, mid or hight end. I´m asking this question due to the fact that computers change very quickly, amd i want to set things right so i van get the most out of this product.

the following is what i have :

amd pehnom x 6 1090t 3.2 g 3.6 in turbo

motherboard:  MSI 614-p33 with 8 gb ram

video card: MSI n 550gtx -TI cyclone II gd 5/oc

950mhz core

1024mb gddr5 4300mhz memory ( it can scale to HD and full HD)

1000 w cooler master power  supply

win 7 ultimate  64 bit

monitor : for the moment LG 19 inch with 1400x900 resolution, planning on buying a 32 or 40 inch lcd

thanks so much, if anyone could give me thier thoughts

kind regards

leo96

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Hi Leo,

I'm no guru in the hardware dept.... we do have members here that are though, and hope they will chime in for you.

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Running low in the memory department, I would say configure as mid range system..

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Thnak youy for your response Mr Keeszondag.

wow!! i spent so much money for this pc, around 2000 us dollars , i was expecting a bit more , but can´t argue with you, the truth hurts !! jaja.

Here in Argentinas you pay three times fore imported stuff and everything is low end stuff , there aren´t any true high end gamers or of there are they probably cost like a car here. these are one of the problems with " developing countries " .  thank you and i´ll put mid range in configuration.

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leo96

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He has 8 gb of memory Kees,Looks like a decent system to me.

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He has 8 gb of memory Kees,Looks like a decent system to me.

Funnelpond

oops, see it! you're right funnel! ;D

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Hello all:

in order to continue with the REX 2.0 set up i would like to know what you guys consider my pc to be if it is a low, mid or hight end. I´m asking this question due to the fact that computers change very quickly, amd i want to set things right so i van get the most out of this product.

the following is what i have :

amd pehnom x 6 1090t 3.2 g 3.6 in turbo

motherboard:  MSI 614-p33 with 8 gb ram

video card: MSI n 550gtx -TI cyclone II gd 5/oc

950mhz core

1024mb gddr5 4300mhz memory ( it can scale to HD and full HD)

1000 w cooler master power  supply

win 7 ultimate  64 bit

monitor : for the moment LG 19 inch with 1400x900 resolution, planning on buying a 32 or 40 inch lcd

thanks so much, if anyone could give me thier thoughts

kind regards

leo96

argetnina

ordert number fss 0128757

You have got a really good pc,so you don't have to worry about anything.

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thank you master, ill make some changes then, thats good news!!

best regards

leo96

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Though FSX requires a high end CPU to process all of the information, a good video card is also necessary because of its high texture bandwidth. The GTX 550 TI is, in my opinion, a wee bit of a weak card. Though it is adequate for FSX, future games will probably need a higher end card. Your processor is great... I'm a bit surprised you went with AMD (not that I have anything against them, they are just as fine as Intel... So don't burn your wallet trying to upgrade to an Intel processor :P ). Your hex core will have plenty of room for FSX to run, but make sure to tweak FSX to use all 6 cores :) . Also overlooking the date of this, it IS mighty fine!

Cheers,

Josh :D

Oh, and to answer your question, for FSX, it's a high end computer.

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For FSX it's just fine. The only thing I see you need is a better monitor with higher resolution which you already stated you plan on purchasing.

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Yeah... Just what he said...

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Hello all:

in order to continue with the REX 2.0 set up i would like to know what you guys consider my pc to be if it is a low, mid or hight end. I´m asking this question due to the fact that computers change very quickly, amd i want to set things right so i van get the most out of this product.

the following is what i have :

amd pehnom x 6 1090t 3.2 g 3.6 in turbo

motherboard: MSI 614-p33 with 8 gb ram

video card: MSI n 550gtx -TI cyclone II gd 5/oc

950mhz core

1024mb gddr5 4300mhz memory ( it can scale to HD and full HD)

1000 w cooler master power supply

win 7 ultimate 64 bit

monitor : for the moment LG 19 inch with 1400x900 resolution, planning on buying a 32 or 40 inch lcd

thanks so much, if anyone could give me thier thoughts

kind regards

leo96

argetnina

ordert number fss 0128757

Decent system one thing id sugest if you havent dont so already. With you power supply etc is get a all in one water cooler from corsair etc.Then OC the AMD 1090t. I had one of these babys and it OC really well. I have intel hex core OC & it makes more of a boost to FSX than my Graphics card. Next thing would only be an improved Graphics card with more memory.

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Good job explaining everything :P

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thanks everyone for ur insights, sorry i ´m answering solate, but i do plan to do some of the things mentioned , thanks again to everyone

kind regards

leo

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How can I post my Hardware like any Users in their Signature? Is there an hidden automatic Program to read it?

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Stuka, You have to go into your profile and signature and add it manually as part of your signature.

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Otherwise just place it here and I'll add it into your signature.

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