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Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 20 Aug 2013 22:35 #13997

Can anyone please share realistic g27 and city car driving settings?

Also is it realistic to have centering enabled if I have force feedback on? if so how much should i adjust each bar? and what about the in-game steering linearity and force feedback scale?

Here's a bag of potatoes as a thank you:
Last Edit: 20 Aug 2013 22:36 by Timeless.

Re: Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 20 Aug 2013 22:41 #13998

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Look at my thread I made. Should give you some extra help with whatever you need.

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Re: Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 21 Aug 2013 01:06 #14007

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Timeless wrote:
Can anyone please share realistic g27 and city car driving settings?

Also is it realistic to have centering enabled if I have force feedback on? if so how much should i adjust each bar? and what about the in-game steering linearity and force feedback scale?

Here's a bag of potatoes as a thank you:

The CCD does not support force feedback unfortunately . I just set in-game force feedback to minimum and disabled centering spring in the Logitech profiler for my G27 .
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Re: Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 21 Aug 2013 01:19 #14011

jericho wrote:
Timeless wrote:
Can anyone please share realistic g27 and city car driving settings?

Also is it realistic to have centering enabled if I have force feedback on? if so how much should i adjust each bar? and what about the in-game steering linearity and force feedback scale?

Here's a bag of potatoes as a thank you:

The CCD does not support force feedback unfortunately . I just set in-game force feedback to minimum and disabled centering spring in the Logitech profiler for my G27 .

I changed my settings entirely for City Car Driving. I will post my settings later, they are realistic.

And thanks for the potatoes
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AMD Radeon HD 6520
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Re: Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 21 Aug 2013 01:23 #14014

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Thanks for the potatoes, I enjoyed some French fries .
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Re: Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 21 Aug 2013 01:25 #14016

Better then McDonalds
4 year old Compaq presario CQ56 notebook PC ATI Radeon HD 4250 AMD V140
AND
AMD A6 Accelerated processor Quad-Core 3400m @4.4GHz
AMD Radeon HD 6520
6GB ram
AND
7 year old Acer T180 2.75 gb ram nVIDIA Geforce 6100 AMD Athlon 64
3800+
youtube.com/user.ck3007450---Citycardriving+goodPC+logidrivingforcegt=Fun!

Re: Realistic G27 Settings With Force Feedback 21 Aug 2013 01:30 #14019

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Indeed
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Last Edit: 21 Aug 2013 01:33 by jericho.
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