AVIONICS PC

I built this PC from new and spare parts I had and utilize it for all three of my MIP avionic displays, FDS CDU display, and a 19.5″ touchscreen that I have alongside for the ProSim737 Avionic Suite’s Instructor Station and Aivlasoft EFB Display Unit.

Case: Corsair Carbide 200R Compact ATX Tower

Power Supply: EVGA Fully-modular Gold+ 550W

Motherboard: Gigabyte

CPU: Intel i5-3570K running at 3.4Ghz with turbo

CPU Cooling: Intel box fan

RAM: 8GB DDR3 Dual-Channel

Video: Two Gigabyte GeForce GTX 750 GDDR5 2GB cards

Drive: 1TB Western Digital Blue 7200rpm SATA HDD

Network: 10/100/1000 Mb

Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate SP1

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4 thoughts on “AVIONICS PC”

  1. Hello,

    Just received my Simworld SST with Single CDU bay and lower EICAS.
    The whole unit has 5 VGA inputs:
    1 for Chrono
    1 for PFD/ND
    1 for upper EICAS
    1 for lower EICAS
    1 for CDU

    I would like to ask you if I will be able to connect it to a single PC with 2 GTX 750.
    How you have connected your 5 displays. Did you use any HDMI adapters?

    1. I use two GTX750 video cards in my Avionics PC to get 6 video outputs: CDU, PFD, ND, Upper and Lower EICAS, and Instructor Station. I did use some USB-powered HMDI adapters where needed.

  2. hi, i currently have 1 main PC running FSX, instead of adding another video card(im physically out of pci and other inputs on my mother board) i want to get a seperate computer for the avionics for maybe 3-4 screens (captain and first officer displays,etc..) …

    i have no idea how to setup the 2nd computer to connect with the main FSX computer. can you please help me or direct me to the correct instructions? would really appreciate it!

    1. I know that with ProSim, you can put the display modules on any PCs you want. When I have a First Officer, I put his displays on a spare laptop. Otherwise perhaps look into FSUIPC and WideFS to put things on other PCs?

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