PC hardware & software for Prepar3D (update Fev’17)

Changelist


  • June'17 : Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v4
  • Fev’17 : new video card KFA2 GeForce GTX 1070EX
  • Jan’16 update is 8 Go of more RAM, for a total of 16 Go and a new SSD dedicated to Prepar3D. 

Hardware


  • Processor : Intel Core i7-4770K- Quad Core (3.5 GHz) overclock via Asus AI Suite @4GHz
  • Graphic Cards : nVidia GTX1070 8 Go (KFA2 GeForce GTX 1070 EX + Bios Update to EXOC model) 
  • RAM : 16 Go. G.Skill RipJaws X Series  (4 x 4 Go) DDR3-SDRAM PC17000 CL9
  • Disk capacity : 3 To splitted as this :

    • SSD for Windows and regular software : 1 x Sandisk Ultra Plus 250 Go (SSD 256 Go MLC Serial ATA 6 Gbits)
    • SSD for Prepar3D : Samsung EVO 850 250 Go
    • Other data : Seagate 7200.14 - 2 To (7200 RPM 32 Mo Serial ATA III) + 2 x 500 Go Sata.
  • Motherboard : ASUS Z87-Pro C2 (Chipset Intel Z87 Express)
  • Power supply : Seasonic X-750 80PLUS Gold
  • CPU Fan : Noctua NH-U12P SE2
  • OS : Microsoft Windows 10 Home edition (64 bits)
  • Display device : Dell U3415W, ultrawide 21-9, curved, video resolution 3440x1440 
  • Control devices : Saitek Rudder + Saitek AV8R joystick + Saitek Quadrant Throttle, VrInsight M-Panel and TrackIR v4.

Software


  • Main addons

    • A lot of Orbx products : Orbx FTX Global Base Pack, Orbx FTX Vector, Europe OpenLC, Monterey, Palm Springs, Sedona, North California, South California
    • FSUIPC (+ WideFs) : a networked laptop host IVAP client and Active Sky
    • A lot of Alabeo and Carenado aircrafts and the A2A Cessna 172 Trainer are my favorite airplanes
    • Flight1 GTN 650

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