Getting a true 180 degrees of scenery in X-Plane is hard. The only way to do it is to arrange your displays in a U shape with sharp (almost) 90 degree angles. Running a single window of X-Plane can only yield a wide forward view of about 120 degrees. To get a true 180 degrees or more, it requires running three or more windows of X-Plane. In the past, we accomplished this by using three computers and having those computers "talk" to each other over the network. Now, Version 11 supports this, built-in.
With the release of new processors from Intel and new GPUs from Nvidia, we are now able to run three windows of X-Plane on a single PC (only one X-Plane license required). We do this by using a super-fast Intel i7-7700K quad core processor with hyperthreading at 4.6GHz and an Nvidia GTX 1070 Video card with 8GB of GDDR5 VRAM.
You will provide the displays (likely 50" televisions). We'll provide the video cables you need. There is no need for 4K TVs. 1080P is what you want. If you get 4K TVs, you'll need to run them at 1080P. Computer systems are not capable at this time of driving three 4K displays. It will be a number of years before that is possible. Plus, 1080P looks great, anyway.
All Solid Caps (Capacitors) and Low RDS(on) MOSFETs which are rated to work at higher temperatures to provide a longer lifespan.
To keep this beast of a CPU cool, we are using a dual-fan water cooler with a large radiator. This allows the CPU to stay cool and quiet and not thermally throttle due to overheating.
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