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Specification

CPU Thermal Paste :Standard Thermal Paste
Overclocking :No Overclocking
Storage Drive 1 :
Storage Drive 2 :
RAID Option :No RAID
Optical Drive (Check Case) :None
Removable Storage (Check Case) :
Cable Management :Wired2Fire Cable Management
Case Fan Upgrades (choose quantity) :Standard Case and Radiator Fans
Custom Lighting :
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Keyboard :
Mouse :
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Instruments and Other Accessories :
Flight Sim Software :
Network Adapters :Ethernet port - No Wireless
Monitors :
Gaming Chair :
Software :
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Sim X500 (Budget Flight Sim)

SYS_W2F_SIMX500

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

The Sim X1000 has been widely praised as a fantastic value flight sim PC.  Despite it's low price, the overclocked CPU makes for a very rewarding experience in FSX. It's an ideal set up for a single screen FSX set up. The reason being that FSX doesn't utilise the more advanced features of the top of the range graphics cards, so much of the advantage of a high end PC is wasted in FSX.  It also makes a very capable Prepar3D system as the GTX 1060 is a hugely powerful graphics card.


That being said, an upgrade to the Sim X3000 would be a sensible choice if you wanted to run a multi-screen set up - or at the very least we'd suggest going for a GTX 1070 graphics card which can be selected from the options.

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The Sim X500 has been widely praised as a fantastic value flight sim PC.  Despite it's low price, the overclocked CPU makes for a very rewarding experience in FSX. It's an ideal set up for a single screen FSX set up. The reason being that FSX doesn't utilise the more advanced features of the top of the range graphics cards, so much of the advantage of a high end PC is wasted in FSX.  It also makes a very capable Prepar3D system as the GTX 1050 is a hugely powerful graphics card.

That being said, an upgrade to the Sim X3000 would be a sensible choice if you wanted to run a multi-screen set up - or at the very least we'd suggest going for a GTX 1070 graphics card which can be selected from the options.