Project "new racing rig" part 6

Almost done..





Using my old pc for now, as im still waiting for the new graphic card to arrive.

Update:
http://simscreens.blogspot.com/2010/12/project-new-racing-rig-part-7.html

23 comments:

  1. sieht richtig gut aus ;)
    Aber warum hast du dir nicht einen Rennsitz gekauft?

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  2. Weil die teuer sind,
    und der hier erstmal genau so gut funktioniert.

    Aber was nicht ist, kann ja noch werden.

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  3. Das stimmt die sind echt verdammt teuer. Hab mir vor 3 tagen einen gekauft. Bin grad dabei mir so wie du etwas zu basteln aber es nimmt echt sehr viel zeit in anspruch wenn es gut werden soll..

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  4. schöner Sessel :D
    Haste wieder eien gute Kulisse für Videos. Wie groß ist den der Bildschirm? Der müsste ja größer als 24" sein. Ist das eigentlich noch dein alter (von Mitte 2008, oder so)?

    @Max, da musst du noch ein bisschen spenden, bis Georg sich den kaufen kann. :p

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  5. der monitor is neu.
    40" samsung lcd tv.

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  6. Alte Sch**e, der ist ja größer als mein Fernseher. Wie siehts denn da mit Auflösung aus? Hoffentlich ist der nicht 16:9.

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  7. EDIT: Sieht zu Glück doch sehr nach 16:10 aus.

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  8. Suche gerade einen schönen großen Bildschirm für mein pc, der perfekt kompertiebel ist und mit simulationen wie rfactor gtl gtevo und co. eine perfekte Auflösung gibt, kannst du mir da was empfehlen???

    Was ist der Unterschied zwischen 16:10-1920*1080?

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  9. 16:10 ist im Vergleich zu 16:9 etwas höher.
    (1920*1200 im Vergleich zu 1920*1080)

    Ich kann dir den Samsung T260HD empfehlen.
    26" und funktioniert auch als TV super.

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  10. ist der dann 1920*1200?
    wo hast du deinen gekauft und gibt es noch einen der genau so gut wie der Samsung T260HD funktioniert und so 30"hat?

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  11. danke schon eimal für die antwort werd mal gucken wo ich denn Samsung T260HD gut kaufen kann.

    PS: bin ein riesen fan von deiner arbeit und dem blog;)

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  12. hi hast du noch einen tip für mich?
    ich suche echt einen großen so ab 30"..
    danke;)

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  13. Schon mal auf amazon geschaut??
    www.amazon.de
    suche->monitor->30"

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  14. ja bloß weis ich nicht worauf ich achten soll)=

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  15. How much steering wheel rotation do you like to use? Do you vary it depending on the style of car?
    Great Florio vids you have, btw. LOVING the masterpiece you've created, but it's killing me so far, heh. I'll get there.

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  16. 900° for all cars in the historic GT mod.
    540° for modern GT´s
    400° for F1 etc.

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  17. Interesting! I've been using 300 for pretty much everything, but I'll start experimenting again, keeping your values in mind. Thanks for the reply, and great site. Love your hi-res pics.. just amazing.

    So, I know you're getting a new vid card; What are your specs, overall? They're obviously quite high, judging from your pics. My rig is pretty moderate, and I can get RFactor running at 50-60 fps with maxed graphics settings (except with your course, that is), but it doesn't look like your pics!

    Congrats on the new rig, btw!

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  18. I´ve got a 460 GTX (2 gb).

    But keep in mind that (if not stated otherwise) most of the pics you see on this blog are photoshoped.

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  19. Yeah, I figured they would be.

    I started trying 900 degrees for the HTTC Porsche 914 on the new Hills of Death circuit, and am having reasonable success. I expect a moderate learning curve, especially with these older, softer cars. I feel like I need to increase the ffb and/or tighten up the steering ratio in the setup. Do you adjust any of these? I feel like this is still "authentically acceptable," no?

    Also, Touring Car Legends you would use with 900 as well, I guess?

    But something like a BMW M1 probably 540? You think these settings/choices are fairly common with sim racers?

    Nice vid card, for sure. You must be running a Pentium i5 or i7, or AMD equivalent. I'm still running an Athlon 4600 2.4 GB with 2 GB of system RAM and a Geforce 9500 GS (1 GB). You think increasing my system RAM would boost my fps?

    Sorry for the huge post! haha.. Thanks very much, though.

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  20. The FFB should be set up like described in the historX manual.
    Or have a look at this threads:
    http://www.nogripracing.com/forum/showthread.php?t=261644

    http://www.nogripracing.com/forum/showthread.php?t=242549

    Steering ratio needs to be adjusted when using 900° (should be around 30)

    I am running a i7 950 @ 3.0 ghz

    Upgrading more RAM is a no brainer, as they´re very cheap these days.
    You would benefit even more if you have a x64 OS, installing the 4gb patch:
    http://www.ntcore.com/4gb_patch.php

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  21. Thanks for all the info! I spent quite a bit of time reading and trying one of the above setups, but for now I've settled on the newest RealFeel plugin that was released recently, and keep the mix at 90% and the smoothing level at 5. I've been playing RF for about a year now, but just now, thanks to your links, did I discover that adjusting the realfeel mix to less than 100% allows me to feel the tires losing grip. This was a huge breakthrough, and made some really challenging mods (DRM, Procar) quite drivable.

    I've also totally switched to the 900 and 540 rotations you suggested, and find it very rewarding now as well.

    I'm going to try the Nvidia fps fix that I found today, and see if that helps performance. I'll certainly try adding RAM as well.
    I am in the market for an OS upgrade, but I hear that Win 7 is incompatible with GT Legends; is this so? I think I saw a fix for that..

    What about using the full processor setting for dual-core CPUs?

    Anyhow, thanks again for your continued support!

    Paul

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