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  1.    07 May 2017 #11
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    It always has been since the group "Eagle Dynamics" created it. They go back to 1991 and their programs have always demanded high CPU cycles and are made to run for real life simulations, not for hobbyist, which has been their biggest market since the beginning.

    The only Sim that I have seen that would run on the OP machine would be the Linux Flight Sim. is Flight Gear.
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  2.    07 May 2017 #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by bro67 View Post
    It always has been since the group "Eagle Dynamics" created it. They go back to 1991 and their programs have always demanded high CPU cycles and are made to run for real life simulations, not for hobbyist, which has been their biggest market since the beginning.

    The only Sim that I have seen that would run on the OP machine would be the Linux Flight Sim. is Flight Gear.
    Well then the listed recommended requirements for maximum performance are grossly understated at Game Debate. With that said, since you seem to have experience with the game in question, what would be your recommended upgrades for the OP?
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  3.    07 May 2017 #13
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    Well I see those specifications but I don't believe them at all. I thought since I am nearing max of ram usage I could increase the amount of Ram I use..

    I know that in the 1 mission I fly it is using 14GB of RAM and maxing my vRam.. I was wondering if increasing page file had anything to do with this and how games work but I guess not..

    I was just thiunking to get more Ram and use a Ram drive which my motherboard comes with a program to use the ram.. was hoping meaybe that would help a bit..
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  4.    07 May 2017 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by WOT View Post
    Well then the listed recommended requirements for maximum performance are grossly understated at Game Debate. With that said, since you seem to have experience with the game in question, what would be your recommended upgrades for the OP?
    The requirements have always been fudged by the Russians who designed this Simulator, since they came out with it and when they started back in 1991, they pushed for stressing computers out for as much as they could in CPU cycles.. They are pushing the hardware that most users have too hard for what it really needs to run in realtime.

    DSC next to Flight Gear are about as realistic that you can get. Also on the FB page for Eagle Dynamics, you can see that users are using Server type equipment to get the best out of the software.
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  5.    07 May 2017 #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLAF5150 View Post
    Well I see those specifications but I don't believe them at all. I thought since I am nearing max of ram usage I could increase the amount of Ram I use..
    I know that in the 1 mission I fly it is using 14GB of RAM and maxing my vRam.. I was wondering if increasing page file had anything to do with this and how games work but I guess not..
    I was just thiunking to get more Ram and use a Ram drive which my motherboard comes with a program to use the ram.. was hoping meaybe that would help a bit..
    The group that has created this Sim. know more about the hardware and how to get the best out of the gear that they can have their hands on. Not much you can do when the company is ran by Russians and making money since 1991 for keeping people to purchase a Simulator that is only based on one OS.
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  6.    08 May 2017 #16

    Leave it at system managed , pagefile needs to be dynamic . Alterring it manually to anything else is pointless and can cause issues. Some programs will ask for a massive ammount of pagefile to be put aside when launched whether it needs it or not , if the size of your pagefile has been limited where do you think windows is going to get its set aside from? Windows is perfectly capable of managing ram and pagefile. It does it better than you can 😉 . Pagefile is slow , if your wanting to do anything get more ram .
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