Ok stop dreaming. This FSX Pudong airport is dedicated to powerfull machines with I5 or I7 Intel Core range. With minimum settings on my Quadcore 2,33 Ghz & Nvidia GTS250 & 8 mg RAM, i barely touched 7 fps.
Never mind, i cannot ignore this product as more people are coming on the I7 nowadays. Shanghai Pudong is an enormous airport and there are opportunity - if you are not accustomed to fly in Asia - to start from this point and fly to Seoul Incheon, Honk Kong Chek Lap Kok, TaoYuan Taipei, japan airports etc. (more resources at the end of this article).
Elite-Air Studios did a good job in redefining the coastline, adding up accurate ground textures on 100 squares miles. They put all the cargo areas, jetways, and a lof of headquarters buildings and hotels. I would have add cars traffic but they were certainly fighting with the framerate already. This airport is also a paradise for the heavies and a lot of B-747, B-777 and MD-11 were showing up with My Traffic.
2 files of about 850 mb are to be downloaded prior to install the scenery. It is also recommanded to put these files in a folder because the installation will request files. It is weird but you will not find Pudong in China folder. In FSX, ZSPD is stored in P.R. China (people's republic of China) and i did not find any explanation.
Quality 8/10 FPS 5/10 Interest 8/10 Package 6/10
More resources ;
* From Pudong, it is possible to fly to Japan (Osaka is just 720 nm away). There is an interesting website ( http://www.aerosim.co.jp/ ) who is announcing a Kobe and Fukuoka airports. There is also a Kansai airport but its expensive and i would rather like find it on a regular webshop.
* To fly to Seoul Incheon, there is still a http://www.overland.co.jp/ where we can download patches.
* To Beijing airport, will have to wait the Beijing 2008 project for FSX. It is still under contruction but nearely finished.