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Hello all,

I am a absolute knownothing on the area of WideFS :wink: . I dó know something about homecockpitbuilding :D ; if you like to see some pictures, take a look here (a Hyves photoalbum): http://bstikkel.hyves.nl/album/25638280kpit/7Rqe/

However I would like to connect two onther pc's with my main FS pc, to create two sidewindowviews, one left and - ofcourse - one on the right side. My question is: do the slewing pc's need to be the same capacity as the main fs pc to obtain the same imagequality and speed or does the fact that those two pc's "only" have to slew with the main pc, mean that two less powerfull pc's are sufficient ? I expect they will have to be as powerfull as the main pc, butofcourse I hópe they can be less powerfull (read: cheaper).

Thanks in advance for your information

Greetings,

Bram Stikkel

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However I would like to connect two onther pc's with my main FS pc, to create two sidewindowviews, one left and - ofcourse - one on the right side. My question is: do the slewing pc's need to be the same capacity as the main fs pc to obtain the same imagequality and speed or does the fact that those two pc's "only" have to slew with the main pc, mean that two less powerfull pc's are sufficient ? I expect they will have to be as powerfull as the main pc, butofcourse I hópe they can be less powerfull (read: cheaper).

You are in the wrong place. WideFS does not do what you are thinking. You are confusing it with WidevieW by Luciano Napolitano. Check his website.

In my opinion, since all of the PCs have to run a complete copy of FS, they all need to be the same power and capacity.

Regards

Pete

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