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Caesar last won the day on May 25 2017

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  1. Thanks for the work you put in. See you around!
  2. As with Op Darius, if you want to use the updated Turkeys, go for it.
  3. Feel free to use the latest SP F-14s - they've seen a lot of changes over the past 6 years.
  4. This might be what you're looking for:
  5. Graphics Card Price Spike.

    Yep. I did my upgrade last year and paid up for a 1080ti. At the time, mine (an evga) cost about $730. Current asking price for the same model is $1250 on newegg as of today. Memory, too, has gone up, but not so ridiculously. Supposedly, brick and mortar stores like Best Buy haven't been as affected from a pricing standpoint, but a lot of their stock is sold out. Sucks for builds at the moment!
  6. If you're recording at a high framerate, high resolution, and both video and audio, the resulting file can absolutely be that big. Lower framerates, video alone, etc. saves space.
  7. If you have an nVidia card you might have ShadowPlay available, which I've used plenty.
  8. To do the multi-target track/attack, you need Strike Fighters 2: North Atlantic for the AvionicsF14A.dll file that comes with it. This allows for the fully functioning Track While Scan (TWS) mode used by the AN/AWG-9 (track 24, attack 6) and which can be applied to other mechanical (e.g., AN/APG-71) and AESA/PESA radars. The basic TW F-14A, as well as the TMF F-14 Tomcat Super Pack/v1.32 (F-14A/B/D) utilize this function. I believe it is implemented on the F-22 on this site, but don't quote me on that. This was discussed back when SF2:NA first came out (multi-target track/attack for aircraft other than the F-14); I'll see if I can find the topic for you, but you absolutely can use it with other aircraft and active homing missiles. EDIT: Here's one of the discussions on it: EDIT 2: The other discussion was on the SF2:NA release thread, but had less detail (just that TWS works on other aircraft). Recommend reading the above topic. EDIT 3: This version of the F-22 uses the AvionicsF14A.dll and is able to do multi-target track/attack. If you want to see how it's applied, you can review the avionics.ini.
  9. Share your thoughts about "USN Sky Penis."

    Just keeps getting better: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/navys-sky-penis-gets-its-own-christmas-ornament/article/2642188 Yes, now you too can adorn your Christmas tree with an EA-18G/sky penis ornament!
  10. Share your thoughts about "USN Sky Penis."

    HE LIVES!!!
  11. Updated to v1.1; adjusted engine response time (see description).
  12. The F-14B was able to just barely beat 1.0M in level flight at higher altitudes (over 20K feet) in mil power, but not on the deck (vMax around 0.96M in mil power at combat weight). I recall some of its aircrews chimed in over at Tomcat Sunset a few years ago stating that clean, it would do 1.1M in level flight and 1.2M with slight nose-down, but again, at altitude, not on the deck.

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