Page 5 of 5 FirstFirst ... 345
Results 41 to 48 of 48

Thread: Force feedback explained. Configuration settings for all cars and tips

  1. #41
    Rookie
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Posts
    2
    Platform
    PC

    FFB UPDATE RATE!

    CAN SMS ADD FUNCTION IN OPTION MENU TO CHOSE FFB UPDATE RATE!FOR DD WHEELS ITS THE MUST update rate 180!!!
    What is actual ffb update rate of pcars2???

  2. #42
    Superkart Pilot Reiche's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
    Location
    Munich
    Posts
    436
    Platform
    PC
    At first: stop screaming, nobody will take that post as serious.

    Update rate is 600Hz with command line option for 500 afaik.

    But: why do you think DD wheels need 180Hz? I've read a lot of stuff on that topic and have never read something similar. Yet the DD community is widespread across different boards and I'm far from knowing all of them, so I might have missed that
    Improved hardware (PC) + improved hardware (FFB + pedals) + improved driving skills - limited amount of time = less to no time for livery painting

  3. #43
    GT4 Pilot
    Join Date
    May 2015
    Posts
    2,464
    Platform
    PC
    Quote Originally Posted by Reiche View Post
    At first: stop screaming, nobody will take that post as serious.

    Update rate is 600Hz with command line option for 500 afaik.

    But: why do you think DD wheels need 180Hz? I've read a lot of stuff on that topic and have never read something similar. Yet the DD community is widespread across different boards and I'm far from knowing all of them, so I might have missed that
    Using the command line, you can set whatever Frequency you want up to 600Hz.

    It's easy enough. -ffb 600

    With that said, I'm not even sure it better things. For sure, some testing is needed.
    All platform and wheels: Official Force Feedback Guide
    Info: pCars 2 Tire Pressure Official Guideline | Wheel FFB guide

    Steering: G27 | My In-game FFB:Informative 100/50/50/45
    The following user likes this Post: Reiche


  4. #44
    Superkart Pilot
    Join Date
    May 2015
    Posts
    231
    Platform
    PC
    Quote Originally Posted by poirqc View Post
    Using the command line, you can set whatever Frequency you want up to 600Hz.

    It's easy enough. -ffb 600

    With that said, I'm not even sure it better things. For sure, some testing is needed.
    you set that command line in steam launch options, right? What am I supposed to use with a t300?

  5. #45
    GT4 Pilot
    Join Date
    May 2015
    Posts
    2,464
    Platform
    PC
    Quote Originally Posted by kofotsjanne View Post
    you set that command line in steam launch options, right? What am I supposed to use with a t300?
    I dug the info from an old post. There's no mention of the T300. Only the T500:

    http://www.isrtv.com/forums/topic/29...response-time/

    In any case, just try to command. It won't hurt.
    All platform and wheels: Official Force Feedback Guide
    Info: pCars 2 Tire Pressure Official Guideline | Wheel FFB guide

    Steering: G27 | My In-game FFB:Informative 100/50/50/45

  6. #46
    Rookie
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
    Posts
    2
    Platform
    PC
    Some of general impressions and questions related to FFB in PC2.

    First of all, I like it quite a lot. On a cheaper wheel like G27 with default presets (I use Immersive) you get less detail compared to, say, RF2 FFB, but the wheel feels closer to real life where details are not as pronounced, but you can still feel them. I drive an 2008 Impreza WRX where steering is quite damped, so it might not be a perfect reference for the in game Evo IX and VI I used to configure FFB.

    Being a guitar player, I must mention that the Gain - Volume - Tone setup model is, while being cool, a bit counter - intuitive.
    On a guitar amp you roll Gain down in order to get wider dynamic range and in order not to compress the signal by over-amplifying quieter sounds. Contrary to that, in PC2 you are suggested to have Gain at 100%, which I would expect to exaggerate lower strength signals and compress higher strength ones.
    As for the Volume control, I'm having hard time understanding what exactly it amplifies. It does increase heaviness, that's for sure, but is it the "natural" heaviness from forces coming from tires and suspension controlled by the Tone settings? In such case what are the exact effects that are controlled by the Gain setting?
    Last edited by Philly; 01-02-2018 at 14:13.

  7. #47
    Rookie
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
    Posts
    2
    Platform
    PC
    Re-watched the video where it was mentioned that Volume is what controls effects strength *before* Gain.
    Now I'm really confused

    In guitar world you use Gain to control preamp volume to boost lower signals. And then Volume to control poweramp and increase overall volume going to speakers.
    In PC2 the situation appears to be quite the opposite. Or did I get it wrong?
    Last edited by Philly; 01-02-2018 at 14:14.

  8. #48
    WMD Member pferreirag60's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Location
    Lisboa
    Posts
    86
    In my view this is important, as not everyone have top wheels. Poirqc posted a very old link to a test of torque and response of some wheels, made by a developer if IRacing (David T)

    So here i post the results, so you could use the -FBB parameter with the correct value of your wheel.


    Logitech G25 (900 deg)

    500 hz update rate (2ms delay)

    9-10 ms latency (first move)

    Logitech G27 (900 deg)

    500 hz update rate (2ms delay)

    9-10 ms latency (first move)

    Fanatec GT3 (900 deg)

    500 hz update rate (2ms delay)

    14 ms latency (first move)

    Thrustmaster T500RS (tested at 900 deg, 1080 deg total)

    120 hz update rate (8ms delay)

    20-23 ms latency (first move)

    Logitec DFP (Driving Force Pro) (900 deg)

    120 hz update rate (8ms delay)

    28 ms latency (first move)

    Red Momo (240 deg)

    120 hz update rate (8ms delay)

    44 ms latency (first move)

    Black Momo (240 deg)

    120 hz update rate (8ms delay)

    35 ms latency (first move)

    Saitek R660 GT (180 deg)

    120 hz update rate (8ms delay)

    44 ms latency (first move)

    Sidewinder 2 joystick

    34-37 ms latency

    8 ms update rate

    Logitec Force 3D joystick

    34 ms latency (67 & 74 with wind up at end of travel)

    8 ms update rate

    Thrustmaster F430 (270 deg)

    60 hz update rate (16 ms delay)

    38 ms latency (first move)

    ECCI 7000 (900 deg ?)

    60 hz update rate (16 ms delay)

    43 ms latency (first move)

    Microsoft Sidewinder Wheel USB (red) (240 deg)

    60 hz update rate (14-16ms delay)

    44 ms latency (first move)

    ***Driver takes 8-16ms just to return from a call to getPosition and setForce

    Logitech Driving Force GT (DFGT) (900 deg)

    500 hz update rate (2ms delay)

    17 ms latency (first move)

    VPP

    56 ms latency

    8ms update rate (driver takes 24 ms after update!)

    calls to getPosition take 8-16 ms to return and up to 56 ms when applying a force!

    Frex

    44 ms latency

    16 ms update rate

    Big thanks to Mark Carpenter for the info!
    i7 5820K @ 4400 Water Cooled - Asus Deluxe x99 - 16GB DDR4 2800@3000 - 2x GTX980 (1477MHZ) - 3 Monitor 24" + 27" 1440p 100hz - Logitech G25 (modded pedals) + TH8A Shifter

    Pedro Ferreira
    The following user likes this Post: poirqc


Similar Threads

  1. Force Feedback Settings - Steering Settings, explanations, descriptions and how-to's?
    By rocafella1978 in forum PC - Technical Help & Support
    Replies: 27
    Last Post: 10-06-2015, 11:38
  2. Trying to understand force feedback settings
    By grimdanfango in forum PC - Technical Help & Support
    Replies: 32
    Last Post: 06-06-2015, 15:25
  3. Force feedback settings for ps4
    By martinm1289 in forum PS4 - Technical Help & Support
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 11-05-2015, 15:34
  4. force feedback settings ps4.
    By golfnut1300 in forum The Garage - Car Setup Talk
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 10-05-2015, 13:01
  5. t500rs Force Feedback Settings
    By notanexpert in forum PC - Technical Help & Support
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 09-05-2015, 19:53

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •