Sunday, August 4, 2013

PMDG Trip7 beta shots!

FSX/P3D. Frooglesim, master of the Froogles? Has just upped some nice beta shots during his testing of the PMDG 777. This is without a doubt the highest rated pending release of the entire year. As we draw closer to release this month, we will without a doubt see more previews plus our own FirstLook after release so stay tuned and be sure to check out Frooglesim for some very cool and informative videos!


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17 comments:

Pirx said...

Then Froggle was a beta tester... hummm, he didn't say anything about this. It's time to go over him and get information about release date... he must know!

Don't worry I was just joking :)

Images are great. I would like to see some images comparing the 777 and the 737 in the same gate, for exemple, just to make an idea of their real size.

Andrew said...

Confirmed release for August?

Dave Boeing said...

I just uninstalled FS9 based around the &&&. I did a clean install of FSX in anticipation of the big day! WELL WELL WELL! Back to LAG LAG LAG! I can't stand it!Uninstall and back to FS9. Even it means no full screen mode due to Windows 7 compatibility isues. IFly PMDG 747 and Level D. I can put up with that. It is a real shame as the 777 without stating the obvious would be a great bird!

Chris Strobel said...

Well Oshkosh got me all pumped up on GA again, and with FTXG just out, low and slow is like a whole new experience. So the 777, which I was Jonesing for 6 months ago, is now the last thing on my mind. Cool news though for the heavy hold outs. Woot!

automized said...

Did you try tweaking your fsx? And turning down the autogen slider? I have a pretty crappy computer myself, but fsx runs fine with a decent amount of addons.

Chris Strobel said...

Dave what are your system specs?

Ipeefreely said...

Were is the DC6? I do not care much for another Boring Boeing tube....

cabnz1 said...

Install photorealistic scenery and it will be very smooth.

7700 said...

Yes I agree.

V1
Rotate
V2
Positive Rte
Gear Up
Flaps Up
LNav VNav
Wake me in 8 hours
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Dave Boeing said...

Thanks guys. I am at work now but my system has 2.8ghz. The rest I forget but I know I have tried it ALL! Thanks again. Will try again later...one thing...Can I have both installed at the same time? Thanks Again.

Tester said...

Minum time of testing if all go well 2 WEEKS. We found a few things so hope they sorted out fast and well.

Noble. said...

Yes, if you only want to do the bare essentials then really there's not much to flying the T7 (even compared to the 737NG) - but who buys PMDG level aircraft to just do everything you can do with the CS777?

I am looking forward to the DC6 as well though and it's a shame it seems to have been put on the backburner to get the T7 out.

7700 said...

Ok fair enough, there are a few buttons to push on the MCDU first after consulting Topcat and your flight planner ;)

Jens said...

Yes, FS9 and FSX on the same partition is no problem.

Mark H said...

As FSX is all CPU, your clock speed is going to give you disappointing results. It's all in the eye-of-the-beholder of course, but for me 4Ghz is the line where you can have quality and good FPS.
If you are able to upgrade look at the i5 2500K processor that you can easily overclock to over 4Ghz in the BIOS. Money well spent. Thank me later! :)

Mark H said...

A Beta Tester that can't spell Minimum. I call BS :)

Flying Squirrel said...

Do you think anyone gives a flying f... squirrel whether you prefer low and slow now?

This is the most anticipated release for FSX in a long time!

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