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CRi RE3iD CRG26
22-09-2017, 23:55
Hey guys so a narrowed down some pretty good ffb settings for the G920.
For me the game feels fairly floaty on a wheel so hopefully these settings will rectify this :)

Flavour: Immersive
Gain: 50
Volume: 25
Tone: 50
Fx: 75
Menu spring strength 0.00

So these settings i have used assetto corsa as a Reference just due to assetto ffb being benchmark for my Personally. These settings you can feel the edge of the tyres as you're on the limit aswell as you.can feel the grip through the wheel and feels alot less floaty and more connected to the circuit.

Feedback is more than appreciated

Sam1266
23-09-2017, 00:43
Hey guys so a narrowed down some pretty good ffb settings for the G920.
For me the game feels fairly floaty on a wheel so hopefully these settings will rectify this :)

Flavour: Immersive
Gain: 50
Volume: 25
Tone: 50
Fx: 75
Menu spring strength 0.00

So these settings i have used assetto corsa as a Reference just due to assetto ffb being benchmark for my Personally. These settings you can feel the edge of the tyres as you're on the limit aswell as you.can feel the grip through the wheel and feels alot less floaty and more connected to the circuit.

Feedback is more than appreciated


Thanks, I'll try it later.

AJD1984
23-09-2017, 01:49
Not bad, thanks for that!

RomKnight
23-09-2017, 01:56
Teh Menu spring strenght has nothing to do with FFB. Just making a notice of that to avoid placebo.

That option is there simply to adjust how quick the wheel returns to center as soon as you leave the track.

Psychomatrix
23-09-2017, 04:22
The FFB on Xbox is different to them on PC. So PC settings help not really ROM knight. On Xbox is impossible to play with default settings if you want that your wheel life longer. And it's much to strong. to keeping stable on straights it's even impossible.

RomKnight
23-09-2017, 05:01
I'm not saying otherwise.

I just pointed one setting the OP wrote wrt to FFB but that has nothing to do with it (unless ofc, a new bug)

Gix916
23-09-2017, 10:15
Teh Menu spring strenght has nothing to do with FFB. Just making a notice of that to avoid placebo.

That option is there simply to adjust how quick the wheel returns to center as soon as you leave the track.

if it has nothing to do with FFB why is it in the FFB menu? how were we meant to know what it does as there is no help text with it...

xi Trashmanix
24-09-2017, 02:36
I am happy with my settings. Here they are
Flavour : Immersive
Gain : 40
Volume : 15
Tone : 75
Fx : 25
Msu : 0.05

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gotdirt410sprintcar
24-09-2017, 02:50
You can add damping too the wheel too get the weight back

xi Trashmanix
24-09-2017, 03:17
You can add damping too the wheel too get the weight back

Thanks, I did that and it's better.

Pisan777
01-01-2018, 19:06
How do you add dampening

ShneebnaMRR108
02-01-2018, 15:38
Hey guys so a narrowed down some pretty good ffb settings for the G920.
For me the game feels fairly floaty on a wheel so hopefully these settings will rectify this :)

Flavour: Immersive
Gain: 50
Volume: 25
Tone: 50
Fx: 75
Menu spring strength 0.00

So these settings i have used assetto corsa as a Reference just due to assetto ffb being benchmark for my Personally. These settings you can feel the edge of the tyres as you're on the limit aswell as you.can feel the grip through the wheel and feels alot less floaty and more connected to the circuit.

Feedback is more than appreciated

What is your AC set up for your personality? Just as a reference. THX

ShneebnaMRR108
03-01-2018, 19:03
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Zaskarspants
03-01-2018, 19:07
I find immersive far too dramatic and a real workout. I think this flavour is aiming to impart a sense of the g forces you would feel in a car via the wheel. On my g920 I find it swamps helpfull feedback.

ShneebnaMRR108
03-01-2018, 19:30
Having a game maker "tune your own FFB" is like having a game maker tune your own car set up. Uh, that's not going to work for everyone in all cases. The FFB worked whatever way you liked it to in pC1, so why did they have to fix something that wasn't broken?
It appears that moving to a PC format is the only solution now, for a lot of reasons.

Gav88888
04-01-2018, 10:07
I find immersive far too dramatic and a real workout. I think this flavour is aiming to impart a sense of the g forces you would feel in a car via the wheel. On my g920 I find it swamps helpfull feedback.

I find it spot on and no workout at all.

Immersive
70
20
100
0
0.00

Works well for me, some cars a bit light so I up the gain from 20 to 25 or 30, or if 20 is too heavy I lower it to 15. Simplez...

Zaskarspants
04-01-2018, 10:22
I find it spot on and no workout at all.

Immersive
70
20
100
0
0.00

Works well for me, some cars a bit light so I up the gain from 20 to 25 or 30, or if 20 is too heavy I lower it to 15. Simplez...

Yea, I can understand it is far less taxing at lower vol / gain but I still find it a bit busy for me.

Edit, Setting ffb is very subjective and I am not saying mine is ' the best ' .

Sherco
04-01-2018, 15:13
Gross (brut). 75,45,58,25
Dead zone 0
Sensitivity Speed ​​40
Depreciation direction 100
Braking sensitivity 60
The rest in original configuration

Play on x

Sherco
04-01-2018, 17:46
Gross (brut). 75,45,58,25
Dead zone 0
Sensitivity Speed ​​40
Depreciation direction 100
Braking sensitivity 60
The rest in original configuration

Play on x

Brut = raw

Gav88888
05-01-2018, 14:21
Yea, I can understand it is far less taxing at lower vol / gain but I still find it a bit busy for me.

Edit, Setting ffb is very subjective and I am not saying mine is ' the best ' .

Everyone wants something different which is why people chuck out there settings to try and help, as it took me a few months to get FFB how I liked it, mine isn't perfect but works. I think there are more tweaks to the G920 in the next patch so likely I will end up playing some more to fine tune it further.

ShneebnaMRR108
05-01-2018, 15:48
G920 - IMRS - works on most cars
98~100
27
35
0~4
Really starting to like this combo. Good surface detail, no grinding, or clipping.

Thanks to Gav88888 for pointing me in that direction!

Mowzer
07-01-2018, 15:58
G920 - IMRS - works on most cars
98~100
27
35
6~8
Really starting to like this combo. Good surface detail, no grinding, or clipping.

Thanks to Gav88888 for pointing me in that direction!

I highly recommend these settings guys :D.

0netime73
22-01-2018, 12:20
G920
in config, speed sensitivity 45, damper saturation 100
RAW
100
17
38
28
0.20 (don't think this matters)

Not too heavy, good tyre slip/lockup feel, accurate track bumps, mellow curbs (unless you're smashing those big pillow ones obvs)

ShneebnaMRR108
22-01-2018, 23:46
@Onetime73 You should look into getting the GTEYE G920 brake pedal spring mod. The difference is game changing. You can get all three, or one of any three.

poirqc
27-01-2018, 17:53
@Onetime73 You should look into getting the GTEYE G920 brake pedal spring mod. The difference is game changing. You can get all three, or one of any three.

Second that!

I got the Nixim mod(Similar to the GTeye) for my G27 and it made a world of differences. Knowing by pressure when you're braking hard is really good on the pace!

For that kind of money, you can't go wrong. Once installed, you just have to change the pedal deadlzone and sensitivity and your set.

0netime73
31-01-2018, 17:02
Reckon I'll give these springs a go, braking actually feels ok to me but the throttle definitely could be improved. And then in a couple of months, Fanatec...!

Zaskarspants
01-02-2018, 11:29
Reckon I'll give these springs a go, braking actually feels ok to me but the throttle definitely could be improved. And then in a couple of months, Fanatec...!

I prefer the stiff ( yes it is like a pedal irl) std brake bung but I have swapped my clutch and throttle spring so I get more positional feedback from the go pedal.

L4velle
24-02-2018, 17:25
G920 users what settings are you using following patch 4? I'm currently using default immersive 100/50/50/50 which feels decent but wondering if anyone has found something noticeably better?

ShneebnaMRR108
24-02-2018, 19:07
Seems as though the FFB (at least on a G920) has been reworked for the better. (saw where some say it's the better tire model) I can use all three RAW, INF, and IMR without difficulty, on line, in a lobby.
I experimented (and will continue to do so) with all three, and for now prefer the INF for the majority of cars and tracks. Sometimes IMR can work good in a few select cars and tracks.

So, after just one day I'm using INF/100/40/30/0~5 and the jolting, grinding, and general weirdness is gone. Tracks were BH GP, LG BCH, SPA, SPA Hist, SUGO.

When I get back to it, I'll have to check Oscherschleben and Knockhill with a full lobby to see how that goes.

Updated GT3 to INF100/38/30/15 and it feels nice.

For some unknown reason, today there is NO MP lobby activity at all, 0. (stupid me, had a filter on!!)

Seems as though the tire model has had the biggest effect.

ShneebnaMRR108
01-03-2018, 11:44
Starting to test settings in RAW now, basically seems a bit cleaner and gives me the ability to respond quicker.

Going with 100/38/38/4 for now. But there is till so much work to do on the tire model for all the cars, and the MP situation, that I'm on hold for this game.

RookieRaceline
01-03-2018, 12:26
@CRi RE3iD CRG26

Thanks for the tip, will try them out, because i too do love the way AC feels.
But what are your setting (eg sensitivity, deadzone etc) I would think that these also are pretty important to have here?

Gav88888
01-03-2018, 14:56
Read in one of the many posts about FFB not to use 100 and instead use 60 or 70 as having it too high can distort things, a bit like listening to music in the car, if you max out the volume it sounds terrible but lower it a bit and itís still loud but much clearly and enjoyable.

ShneebnaMRR108
29-08-2018, 21:59
NOTE: This was for XBOX One Set Up:
After almost a whole year of trying almost every conceivable FFB settings for the Logitech G920, I think I have found a good set up. The main issue that held me back from finding a great feeling was the thought that GAIN had to be set at 100% for the system to work at it's peak. Fortunately, by trial I found that for the G920, 50~60 % Gain is more than enough, and also allows for the previously un-used function of FX to now be able to be utilized for much better feel all the way around. I have experimented with about seven classes of cars and found this to be the general settings that work well for me. RAW 60/32/78/50. At the very least you could try it and see what you think, especially with 12 cars on track.

Zaskarspants
30-08-2018, 14:42
I have been experimenting with lower ffb on my g920 but instead of lowering gain I have been lowering volume so my ffb is within the range of only the first three force bars in the ffb histogram. Previously I had been habitually adjusting so I just got slight clipping so I was using the full force available.

I prefer the lower volume and can feel textures and detail more clearly than the heavy setting with my lap times being slightly better but also much more consistent. I will try lowering gain to see how that feels too but it does seem that under driving the g920 does result in a clearer ffb signal.

ShneebnaMRR108
30-08-2018, 15:30
NOTE: This was for XBOX One Set Up:
Yeah to the above. After running FX at zero because of the excessive jolting/ratcheting effects with 12 cars on track, I had gotten used to a wheel with hardly any road feeling. But now with lowered gain I was able to add some FX giving considerably more detailed where I can actually feel all the road and suspension effects that I need to gauge what's happening.

Now I think I'm at a point where all I have to do is adjust the VOL between about 27 and 35 depending on the car and track type, and I'm good to go. After this adjustment, I was quite surprised at how similar the FFB levels were across most of the classes, especially since some of them like the Indy car and Form Rookie had previously been so different from most other classes.

The only exception being the Toyota 86 which has some issue (maybe not FFB related) when running more than 5 cars on track at any FFB setting. This has already been reported, but I just saw it yesterday.

Urban Chaos 2.0
30-08-2018, 15:42
I prefer:

Flavour: Immersive
Gain: 80
Volume: 45
Tone: 50
Fx: 80
Menu spring strength 25.00

This, to me, seems the best and most realistic G920 settings for the PC.

grrrillapmp
30-08-2018, 19:45
After almost a whole year of trying almost every conceivable FFB settings for the Logitech G920, I think I have found a good set up. The main issue that held me back from finding a great feeling was the thought that GAIN had to be set at 100% for the system to work at it's peak. Fortunately, by trial I found that for the G920, 50~60 % Gain is more than enough, and also allows for the previously un-used function of FX to now be able to be utilized for much better feel all the way around. I have experimented with about seven classes of cars and found this to be the general settings that work well for me. RAW 60/32/78/50. At the very least you could try it and see what you think, especially with 12 cars on track.

Will try, will report back.

ShneebnaMRR108
02-09-2018, 18:36
This is an update (Feb 2019) to my previous settings.on PC.
G920: Custom UFFB for G920/100/50/48/18 ( +/- for each car/track)
UFFB is a mod from RD

DRR 0.04
DRF .03

SK 0.12
SR 0.03

SG 1

Have no Dead zone, no wobble, no clipping or grinding/chatter with these modified settings:

[Deadzone] (output (tighten output 0.04 0.3))

[Scoop] #(output(scoop output 0.12 0.03))

[output] (output *2.3)

[compression] (0.65) (*1.10)(*0.02)(*0.02)))

[scrub] 1.0

[FX smooth] 0.20

I'm done messing with it all now, totally happy with it.

DSNY
11-09-2018, 12:34
NOTE: This was for XBOX One Set Up:
After almost a whole year of trying almost every conceivable FFB settings for the Logitech G920, I think I have found a good set up. The main issue that held me back from finding a great feeling was the thought that GAIN had to be set at 100% for the system to work at it's peak. Fortunately, by trial I found that for the G920, 50~60 % Gain is more than enough, and also allows for the previously un-used function of FX to now be able to be utilized for much better feel all the way around. I have experimented with about seven classes of cars and found this to be the general settings that work well for me. RAW 60/32/78/50. At the very least you could try it and see what you think, especially with 12 cars on track.

This seems a great setup, tried it last night. Only had my G920 a couple weeks and was getting frustrated when I tried various different suggested setups. As you mentioned later, the volume may need some slight tweak depending on car but this seems a great base to start with...so, cheers for that

andy dove
10-02-2019, 16:34
I highly recommend these settings guys :D.

work fine for me on my g920 no clipping or grinding and still feel the force's of the road