|Quoting Gofly (Reply 2):|
|Quoting CalAir (Thread starter):|
Hi guys, ive just bought my first laptop and want to get flight sim for it.
|Quoting Jwenting (Reply 4):|
And DO start in that Cessna. If you don't learn to fly properly you'll never enjoy the sim.
|Quoting CalAir (Reply 7):|
Cheers for the tips guys, seems FS1004 is the best option then, I have a Packard Bell Easynote 1004, with Celeron M 360 1.40Ghz processor, 1MB cache memory, 512MB,400mhz FSB, 40GB hard drive and 64MB shared graphics card. I have NO idea what any of that means, I just got it off the Currys website Smile Just liked it cause it felt sturdy with a widescreen and reasonably light, and it was only ï¿½499! This be ok?
|Quoting Pilot kaz (Reply 16):|
2. Just had a look at the graphics card that will be inc in my New PC Here are the specs Smile
Memory: 128MB shared
Controller Speed: 333MHz
Controller: Intelï¿½ Extreme Graphics Media Accelerator 90
No idea when it comes to graphics lol, any good or should I cry?
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