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Twizard

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  1. Mirage Factory Weapons Pack 01/25/2009

    How complete is this pack? Do I need anything besides the 2008 patch for WOE?
  2. I have a HP Pavilion with a AMD A6-3620 Quad core, 8 GB DDR 3, AMD Radeon HD 65300 BUT with a Nvidia GeForce GT520 (2 GB of DDR3) as an add on Dedicated graghics card. Previously, I had a DeLL XPS 410 with a Geforce 8600 graghics card, which I somehow fried not only the card but the PCI graphics port. I am a little "gun shy" now. Even with the power of the new computer. My default graghics is to the GT520 but I am actually seeing a slight lag in IL-2 Sturmovic in three instances: with radio calls and text, explosions and clouds. Am I over stressing the Quadcore somehow or am I over stressing myself here. Please give me some insight on the matter. If not now, when should I be concerned. P.S. I have done nothing crazy like changing clock speed or anything like that.
  3. rgr. I think my old computer or graghics card may have had a fan issue. Just burned. I guess I am still suffering from "gamer's PTSD". As an aside, if you look at my specs in my first post, any reason i couldn't go on World of Tanks?
  4. My Nvidia (,which has been set as the default graphics card) has both. I'm not worried about the graphics. I wonder about whether or not the quad core or more specifically one of the core's is being over stressed by the game engine. My old Dell XPS 410 dual core ran fine with this game.
  5. Thanks. You may laugh but I went through two graphics cards. The stock GeForce on the Dell and an upgraded one that I replaced it with and eventually transferred to this computer. I was getting glowing green vertical lines and blue screens in my sleep! Finally I upgraded further on this machine at the suggestion of the local Geek Squad and have had no problems except for the slight lag in IL-2 (small fraction of a second) that I did not get with my less powerful Dell. You ease this air combat addict's mind and conscience considerably :sohappy:
  6. Now , you need one for Cochran's Air Commandos
  7. File Name: Czech "Post-War IL-10 " Avia B-33 "Blue Nose & Red Leading Edge" File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 26 November 2011 File Category: IL2 Skins This is another early 1950s vintage Czechoslovak version of the IL-10, again designated B-33. Click here to download this file
  8. Version 1.0

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    This is another early 1950s vintage Czechoslovak version of the IL-10, again designated B-33.
  9. File Name: Czech "Post-War IL-10 " Avia B-33 "Green Nose" File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 22 November 2011 File Category: IL2 Skins This is a 1951 paint scheme for the Czechoslovak version of the IL-10, designated as the B-33. Click here to download this file
  10. File Name: Czech "Post-War 109" Avia S-199 File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 15 November 2011 File Category: BF109 Skins This is a Czechoslovak S-199 built after WW II roughly around 1948 before the Marxist takeover. It was a version of this plane that was used by the Israeli Air Force in the opening days of the Israeli War of Independence. Install in your Bf-109G6-Late folder. Click here to download this file
  11. How do I get this file deleted? My 1.2 version is the same thing but with corrections made.
  12. Version 1.0

    19 downloads

    This is a 1951 paint scheme for the Czechoslovak version of the IL-10, designated as the B-33.
  13. File Name: Czech "Post-War IL-2 Type 3" Avia B-31 "Green" File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 21 November 2011 File Category: IL2 Skins This is a Czech livery for the IL-2 Type 3. Their designation for the plane was B-31, the B-33 being the IL-10. This gives you the realistically plausible opportunity to pit Sturmovik against Sturmovik in the late 1940s. Unzip and place the contents in your Il-2_3 file. Do not choose USSR as the country, even with marking turned off because it may cover the spinner in red. Click here to download this file
  14. Version 1.0

    24 downloads

    This is a Czech livery for the IL-2 Type 3. Their designation for the plane was B-31, the B-33 being the IL-10. This gives you the realistically plausible opportunity to pit Sturmovik against Sturmovik in the late 1940s. Unzip and place the contents in your Il-2_3 file. Do not choose USSR as the country, even with marking turned off because it may cover the spinner in red.
  15. File Name: Czech "Post-War 109" Avia S-199 File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 15 November 2011 File Category: BF109 Skins This is a revised version of the Czech Avia S-99 posted previously. NOTE, the picture shows the original with the error! Click here to download this file
  16. Version 1.2

    48 downloads

    This is a revised version of the Czech Avia S-99 posted previously. NOTE, the picture shows the original with the error!
  17. Version 1.0

    32 downloads

    This is a Czechoslovak S-199 built after WW II roughly around 1948 before the Marxist takeover. It was a version of this plane that was used by the Israeli Air Force in the opening days of the Israeli War of Independence. Install in your Bf-109G6-Late folder.
  18. File Name: "Israeli 109" Avia S-199 File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 12 November 2011 File Category: BF109 Skins During the 1948 Israeli War of Independence, the newly formed Israeli Air Force, acquired a wide assortment of WW II surplus aircraft including P-51s, Spitfires, Mosquitos, B-17s and even Czech versions of the Bf-109 G6 under the designation of S-199. This is an approximation, of a 101 Squadron livery. Unzip and Install in your Bf-109 G6-Late folder. Click here to download this file
  19. "Israeli 109" Avia S-199

    Version 1.0

    77 downloads

    During the 1948 Israeli War of Independence, the newly formed Israeli Air Force, acquired a wide assortment of WW II surplus aircraft including P-51s, Spitfires, Mosquitos, B-17s and even Czech versions of the Bf-109 G6 under the designation of S-199. This is an approximation, of a 101 Squadron livery. Unzip and Install in your Bf-109 G6-Late folder.
  20. File Name: Wildcat/Martlet Mk. VI File Submitter: Twizard File Submitted: 05 November 2011 File Category: F4F / F4U / F6F Skins This is a Wildcat VI of the British Fleet Air Arm, No. 835 Sqdn., HMS Nairana, August 1944. Earlier versions of the Wildcat were designated "Martlets" by the British. Click here to download this file
  21. Version 1.0

    64 downloads

    This is a Wildcat VI of the British Fleet Air Arm, No. 835 Sqdn., HMS Nairana, August 1944. Earlier versions of the Wildcat were designated "Martlets" by the British.
  22. Something that would be unthinkable when I was even in college! People have already forgotten how things have changed internationally in the last 25 years.
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