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    Make sure your audio set up for card your using with Simvibe is set to quadrophonic mode. Then choose extension mode since your using one buttkicker and see if that helps(trying to remember because I had same issues setting mine up). Also for startup, start game in steam 1st then go to sim commander and select your game to link it up...at least with PC2.
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    The up coming race room Patch Looks very Promising-->They are finally making it 64bit!!! This will Improve R3E in Every way it wont be limited to just using 4GB of RAM-->VR will get a Nice improvement from this update also...Below is a Quote from the update Notes post. Very Exciting News here R3E feels really Good as it is ---> I suggest read the full post then what are your thoughts about the Changes....The Pressure is definitely on for the king of the Sim racing game crown!!!

    https://forum.sector3studios.com/ind...7-update.9633/

    "64bits
    After the patch you will be able to choose between a 64bits executable or the traditional 32bits version. Provided that your operating system is 64bits, selecting the 64bits executable will allow the game to use as much RAM as it needs from your system, instead of the limited access to 4GB of the 32bits version.
    Until now, the game was limited to use under 4GB of your available RAM, resulting in crashes when you attempted to load many cars on a big track like the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
    After the update this will no longer be an issue for 64bit users.
    NOTE: You need a 64-bit operating system and sufficient available RAM (4 GB+) to fully benefit from this update."
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimeyDog View Post
    The up coming race room Patch Looks very Promising-->They are finally making it 64bit!!! This will Improve R3E in Every way it wont be limited to just using 4GB of RAM-->VR will get a Nice improvement from this update also...Below is a Quote from the update Notes post. Very Exciting News here R3E feels really Good as it is ---> I suggest read the full post then what are your thoughts about the Changes....The Pressure is definitely on for the king of the Sim racing game crown!!!

    https://forum.sector3studios.com/ind...7-update.9633/

    "64bits
    After the patch you will be able to choose between a 64bits executable or the traditional 32bits version. Provided that your operating system is 64bits, selecting the 64bits executable will allow the game to use as much RAM as it needs from your system, instead of the limited access to 4GB of the 32bits version.
    Until now, the game was limited to use under 4GB of your available RAM, resulting in crashes when you attempted to load many cars on a big track like the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
    After the update this will no longer be an issue for 64bit users.
    NOTE: You need a 64-bit operating system and sufficient available RAM (4 GB+) to fully benefit from this update."
    64 bit and the 360 wheel animations are very welcome. The half wheel animations are one of the reasons I don't play R3E as often as others. The GT3 updates sound very nice as well. Hopefully, sounds like they will also improve the FFB in those cars, which is another welcome change. R3E has always had mediocre FFB to me. Not bad, but on the lower end of my list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haiden View Post
    64 bit and the 360 wheel animations are very welcome. The half wheel animations are one of the reasons I don't play R3E as often as others. The GT3 updates sound very nice as well. Hopefully, sounds like they will also improve the FFB in those cars, which is another welcome change. R3E has always had mediocre FFB to me. Not bad, but on the lower end of my list.
    I have the Exact opposite opinion about R3E FFB... Once i found My FFB settings I actually think its really Good ---> in Fact Its Pcars2 that let Me know just How Good R3E FFB Really is...The FFB in R3E seems Crisper/Sharper or tad more Nuanced and Detailed.

    Its Not that Pcars 2 FFB is Bad its just Not the Golden Standard for FFB --> well at least Not yet --> Maybe after a Few updates it could be .

    FFB feel Pcars2 & R3E are Toe to Toe IMO with AC & Forza Toe to Toe!!! all of them are Good No one is better than the other--> But they all have their Strong /weak spots.

    Edit: the Fact that you can adjust the FFB Gain per Car in R3E and AC and Pcars2 does Not have that FFB per Car Fine tuning feature is a Huge Negative for Pcars2 --> Hooefully that feature will get added in with a update.

    Edit: This is also the reason i may skip this generation of DD wheels --> Sim Racing games are just Not to the point where they demand a DD for best performance and feel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimeyDog View Post
    I have the Exact opposite opinion about R3E FFB... Once i found My FFB settings I actually think its really Good ---> in Fact Its Pcars2 that let Me know just How Good R3E FFB Really is...The FFB in R3E seems Crisper/Sharper or tad more Nuanced and Detailed.

    Its Not that Pcars 2 FFB is Bad its just Not the Golden Standard for FFB --> well at least Not yet --> Maybe after a Few updates it could be .

    FFB feel Pcars2 & R3E are Toe to Toe IMO with AC & Forza Toe to Toe!!! all of them are Good No one is better than the other--> But they all have their Strong /weak spots.

    Edit: the Fact that you can adjust the FFB Gain per Car in R3E and AC and Pcars2 does Not have that FFB per Car Fine tuning feature is a Huge Negative for Pcars2 --> Hooefully that feature will get added in with a update.

    Edit: This is also the reason i may skip this generation of DD wheels --> Sim Racing games are just Not to the point where they demand a DD for best performance and feel.
    Don't get me wrong, R3E is great. I just think the FFB is a little weak compared to AC and rF2. I don't think PCars2 FFB is going to get any better. It's too deep an issue to fix in updates and patches. I also don't think SMS sees anything wrong it. And that's fine. They just take a different approach to FFB. But it's huge improvement over PCars1, so I venture to guess they will make another leap forward in PCars3, and that might bring it a lot closer to AC/rF2 standard.

    Sorry... AC & Forza being toe to toe is just a strange statement to me. I can enjoy Forza for what it is (and can do the same with GT Sport), but I don't consider either to be in the same class as rF2, AC, or R3E. But, to each his own. We all have our favorites for a variety of reasons.

    Edit: If you tried a DD, I think you might change your mind. Not about getting one, but about them not being at a point where they can deliver higher fidelity. Again, I don't think it's a pace blowing change. But if you thought the jump from V2 to V2.5 was a major improvement, then I honestly don't see how you wouldn't feel even more of an improvement in fidelity with the jump from belt to DD. The better range and fidelity is there. That's not really something for debate. It's been tested on a variety of DD bases. Whether or not you want one is a different story. I don't think need is the right word. No one needs a Fanatec wheel for sim racing, it's just something you want. Same with DDs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haiden View Post
    64 bit and the 360 wheel animations are very welcome. The half wheel animations are one of the reasons I don't play R3E as often as others. The GT3 updates sound very nice as well. Hopefully, sounds like they will also improve the FFB in those cars, which is another welcome change. R3E has always had mediocre FFB to me. Not bad, but on the lower end of my list.
    me too. the half wheel animation is just too odd. Especially in VR. And the GUI is very "dry". Though I'd like to get more familiar with the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrimeyDog View Post
    with the Last TV (Samsung 48in 4k Curved) I was running the Buttkickers straight from the TV 3.5mm head phone jack and every thing lined up spot on... I upgraded to a Samsung 55in QLED 4k Curved TV and it does Not have 3.5mm head phone out put jack so Now i run the Buttkickers from the Astro A40 Mix amp and again all Sound and Rumble Line up spot on -->In both cases i use the Optical audio for sound output to head phones .

    are you running all audio from the PC??? or are you using TV for audio and PC for Buttkickers??? If the Latter is the case your TV/PC should have settings to sync the audio to external devices ---> the Audio delay issue is a commom problem when using multiple devices for audio/Signal output.
    Here some of my findings, thoughts and solutions regarding my SimVibe experiences, plus some annoying Rift issues: http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1428053

    Briefly: If all works eventually together it's great. - But far from convenient to set up and start every time... And i love my buttkicker (with SimVibe)

    BTW: Yes, the sound delay is much less (thus better) using the audio out (to earphones) of the TV set (via HDMI), than the AV receiver toslink to loudspeaker signal chain. I assume best would be an AV Receiver with 4K HDR HDMI in/out... $$$... ;-(

    What's next? Full motion rig? Hell no :-) Next pCars2 patch would be better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tennenbaum View Post
    me too. the half wheel animation is just too odd. Especially in VR. And the GUI is very "dry". Though I'd like to get more familiar with the game.
    It's worth it. It was my go-to sim for quite some time after I shelved PCars1. The AI can be pretty competitive and fun, very human like. You can even increase the chances of them making an error by putting pressure on them. It also has a few tracks not present in AC and other titles. Just make sure you buy the content through the game, and not through Steam. The game will grant you discounts based on your current inventory. So if you already own three cars in a GT3 pack you're about to purchase, it will apply a discount for the cost of the cars you already own. I don't think that happens if you purchase them through Steam.

    It's not as pretty as PCars or AC. The graphics are more comparable to rF2. But I believe it's the best sim available for overall race experience, as it allows you to apply all rules for specifics classes, when it comes to pits, refueling, number of races, qualification, and flags. I don't know any other sim with such a comprehensive working rule set.
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    Just saw Fanatec's new McLaren rim. Very nice--F1 style dual clutch option and more.

    It's only $169 for the Black Friday sale, so I'm going to go ahead and pre-order. Also, it's looking like there are more accessories like this coming down the pipe, so budget-wise, the V2.5 is looking like a better option right now.
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