Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - What I Found So Far

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - What I Found So Far
Since the game launched in August 2020, this has been the game I spent time the most with over than 463 hours logged so far. Becoming a pilot was what I wanted to be before I knew how to code, learning to fly is nothing like coding, bugs are fatal. This write up sums up what I’ve found about the game so far I wish I knew before playing the game. [Read More]

Microsoft Flight Simulator - 8700K, 3700X & 5600X with an RTX 3080

Microsoft Flight Simulator - 8700K, 3700X & 5600X with an RTX 3080
As I said here and here, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is beautiful. Been flying non-stop the past few months, to this day I’ve logged 229 hours of game time. Flying virtually made me remember moments and also an opportunity to learn something new. This blog post is about what you get in the game with combinations of CPU’s I’ve tested it on and RTX cards namely 2070 Super and 3080. [Read More]

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - Beta Testing Using Your Customers

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - Beta Testing Using Your Customers
First of all, WHAT A FLIGHT SIM! In terms of graphics, I don’t think there’s anything close to rival. Leveraging Azure’s worldwide CDN to stream content is a brilliant feat, flight sim content being dynamic means improvements to the content will be delivered faster to us. Picture perfect graphics though comes with a hefty tax on our PC builds, this is next gen material. Built for MSFS 2020 As much as I love the graphics, was not impressed with frame rates. [Read More]