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  1. You should have waited for the 4090. April Fools Day here in the US.
  2. @kp31 They go here - C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\data\graphics\Skins Then place the skin in appropriate aircraft file.
  3. @Drano IL2 game key mapping numbers begin with 0. Button 1 will appear as joy button 0 in game key mapping. It should function as intended regardless of what the key bind calls it. Is your hat down button press and hold and not toggle?
  4. Virpil has released control panels to go with their Mongoos throttle. Very impressive looking gear. https://mailchi.mp/virpil/introducing-the-vpc-mongoost-50cm3-throttle-10879098?e=ca3180a2e3
  5. Download the DDS file to the plane folder in graphics - C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\data\graphics\Skins
  6. @DatPilz To access the store click on the IL*2 Sturmovik logo above or https://il2sturmovik.com/store/battle-of-normandy/ and log in with same username and password as you use here.
  7. Yes, go to C:\Program Files (x86)\1C Game Studios\IL-2 Sturmovik Great Battles\data\Audio\radio and rename each language file you want silenced. I use ger1, usa1, rus1 etc to retain the files but not have them recognized in game. Should you wish to play scripted mission or otherwise need to game chat simply revert to the original file name.
  8. Did you see Jason's comment in Developer Diary 269 Discussion when someone said "It would be nice if we are given a little something tomorrow wouldn't it???" Maybe if you’re lucky. Jason
  9. @GNak29 Sounds like a tracking problem with the headset. First, make sure your area has sufficient lighting. Second, when you start Windows Mixed Reality move the headset up/down and left/right 180 degs for it to fully orient itself.
  10. @NakedSquirrel Windows updates often rest USB devices to power off to save battery life. It is intended for laptops but is applied across the board. Open Device Manager and scroll down to Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Then right click on each line and open Properties. Under Power Management tab make sure the box Allow computer to turn off device" is unchecked. Not all lines will have Power Management and you may need to do this again after a future Windows update. Hope this solves your problem.
  11. Yes, it's in Windows Settings > Mixed Reality > Headset Display - the last item Input Switching should be "Manually switch using win + Y".
  12. I no longer have that computer or I'd take screen shots of the bios settings. The first thing I did was enable XMP for the ram. Second I increased the cpu timing in stages beginning with 4.5 while keeping the voltage at 1.35v. With a 360mm AIO cooler I was stable at 5.2 with a little head room. Everything else was auto or default. Keep an eye on your temps and you should be safe. CPU-Z is a good utility for monitoring your components. https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
  13. @cmorris975 This is the reference I used to oc my 8086k. Luckily he uses the same motherboard as in your rig. Good luck. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bD1Ze80GpLo
  14. The top number is frame per second and the bottom number is field of view.
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