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Everything posted by dBee

  1. The bigger the better. If you can go afford to go 55+ and OLED 4K go for it you wont regret it. If you would use it mainly for sim you will need to check for the response time, so you minimize the motion blur, the lower the better (OLED is the best for that) No need to worries about the input lag unless you play competitive FPS (first person shooter) https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/best/by-usage/video-gaming
  2. Oh this is good stuff. Is there a special procedure or keys we need to have it done Bubi?
  3. That what I have and planes are dispearring also in 4K
  4. Congrat with your new cute little alarm
  5. Looking forward for some nice video on it N8
  6. this @ 3.4 Ghz the fps was dropping on the deck and with shutter. OC at 4.4 fixed it. I also have GTX 1080
  7. He does a series of excellent video. I just nuke myself some popcorn 😄
  8. Video made with great knowledge on the subject
  9. Can't you just wear a diaper. It's all about immersion man
  10. Oh you are right and on the case of the P47 its the combined major factor would be her big power. I think we're on the same page but your heavy weight statement that from experience have in most case little relevance in the complete picture
  11. Yes but not better then an aerodynamic one. You can drop two thing the same masses one a save and then other one is shape like a tear drop, what you drop faster? You can outdive thing with a better a aerodynamic design way lighter aircraft, or a powerful engine, and better control authority (See aerodynamic) If you what the test you understand that the only factor here is the drag . All everything on earth will accelerate at 9.8 m/s2 the only thing that affect that equation is air drag o7
  12. Are you saying that he have a physic advantage on descent because of it's heavy masses? Here and experiments In a vacuum chamber. A feather's drop accelerates at the same rate of 1 tonne of lead or 1000 tonne metrics if you want, same speed and distance cover on drop in a vacuum chamber free of any air. That should prove to you that the masses or weight, heavy or low is irrelavent. Now in a real word we leave and outside of the vacuum chamber you have to deal with air resistance. What you need is best aerodynamics, powerful engine, to name a few. I hope you
  13. To my knowledge it was the most robust piston engine ever build.
  14. Correct the government testing required 7.5 hrs at WEP but Pratt & Whitney routinely ran its engines for 100 hours straight at War Emergency Power that include the R2800 http://www.enginehistory.org/Biography/FrankWalkerWeb1.pdf
  15. Here an interesting bio of Frank Walker that include a part about the rigorous testing WEP and water methanol of the Pratt and Whitney R2800 WEP and water methanol http://www.enginehistory.org/Biography/FrankWalkerWeb1.pdf
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