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Thread: Driving Force GT Settings

  1. #1
    kmw's Avatar

     PC Specification 

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    Driving Force GT Settings

    I have been spending a lot of time trying to get my DFGT settings right for this game. I am generally very pleased with the wheel in other sims, but am still looking for the sweet spot here.

    I am pleased with 3:30 at Belgium, but other DFGT users have got well down into the 3:20s.

    Would some kind DFGT user who is getting such good laps, please post a complete list of their controller settings, including Logitech Profiler settings. I'd really appreciate it, as I am constantly wondering whether to adjust controller or setup, (or my driving of course!), so it would be good to get a sound base to start from.

    Thanks

  2. #2
    randyspeeder48's Avatar
     

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    Apr 2012
    i really need help to setup up my DFGT because i tried and the sensitvty is to high even when it is on 0 percent.

  3. #3
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    Overall Effects Strength : 105%.
    Spring Effect Strength : 30%.
    Damper Effect Strength : 10%.
    Centering Spring : checked.
    Report Combined Pedals : unchecked.
    Rotation : 900.
    Allow Game To Adjust : checked.


    in game ffb multiplier is set at .83 for Meganes, adjust for other cars.

    Please excuse the question, but why keep posting in the old build archives?

  4. #4
    randyspeeder48's Avatar
     

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    Apr 2012
    where can i find the setings for the overall effects and spring effects, damper effects

  5. #5
    jimcarrel's Avatar

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    The Logitech profiler.
    The settings are in "options" tab --> global settings

  6. #6
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    Jan 2012
    Can you tell me the percentual of the centering spring?

  7. #7
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    0%, I know, sounds weird. Yet the tradition of checking and setting to 0% persists.

  8. #8
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    You can set the damper in profiler down , it is just to keep looseness out of middle of steering center.

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