FSX with Intel Core i7 2600K 3.4 GHz. - PMDG 747 landing at YMML





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Published on Apr 11, 2011

FSX performance test running on an Intel i7 2600K at 3.4 GHz. over an ASUS P8P67 Deluxe Rev. B3 motherboard, 8 GB RAM and a Gygabyte GTX 560 OC TI, with 1 GB DDR5

To get the most from FSX, I recommend Windows 7 64 bit, and tweak the fsx.cfg file with the free authomatic utility from Jesus Altuve (Bojote) following this link:


Landing YMML Melbourne with PMDG 747-400X, full graphics selected.

Addons used:

PMDG 747-400X:

ORBX FTX Australia Complete and YMML Melbourne:

Comments • 290

Dean Thompson
I have same cpu running same clock and gtx 550 ti but if i fly to JFK with FSDT  Framerates are 20 or 15 LOL 
My Dream! o
A lot of stutter, your computer can't handle it.
Justin Gonzales
It's running Fraps to record it. Without recording his computer would handle it without any issues.
Moises Abarca
in your channel it says that you have 16 gb of ram, but here says you have 8 gb of ram. 
Run it in compatibility mode.
Friend I have some questions, in the video you were running the game at maxed out settings?, were you using ai traffic addons and whats your average FPS in heavy places like new york with that settings?, thanks.
man, I love you. I was about to buy an alienware gaming desktop 3 months earlier than I was supposed to but with the new cfg file I don't think i'll need to do it. thank you, thank you a lot. Already liked and subscribed. Thanks!
Follow the link in the description to get the most of your computer with FSX
Yep, it's far enough, because FSX needs a more powerful CPU than GPU, anyway you'll need tweak FSX in order to get stability and performance. In the description of the video you will find the link to do it.
All the specs are in my channel, pleas read it there!
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