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    Not Ginetta Jr setup as pics from another car

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micheal Iterus View Post
    Not Ginetta Jr setup as pics from another car
    Sorry? Come again? Which post are you referencing?
    Tuning Garage http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1420815
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    Fired up Project Cars 2 for a few hours this week. Did some racing and tuning with the Ginetta G40 GT5. Patch 6.0 seems to have made this car more stable. The grass is much less slippery too. I was racing in the rain at Silverstone and trying to get a feel for differences in dry situations and wet situations. There seems to be very little difference in grip between dry and wet except for the occasional water puddle. I was kind of disappointed that there wasn't a big difference, if any between the typical dry line and a racing wet line, even though my race engineer mentioned a wet line while I was exiting pit road for qualifying.

    I did play around with tire pressures and camber and how to optimize them together, using the telemetry screens. I found the tire temperature readouts, inside, middle and outside to be very much like real life. And found that when you adjust them using real life theories, the grip level definitely improves. I continue to be impressed with the PC2 physics and the thinking behind tuning. I started a write up on how I use the telemetry tire temps to fine tune tire pressure and camber. I will have some time this weekend to do more.
    Tuning Garage http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1420815
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    Yeah it's pretty awesome, I've actually been using tire temp gradient to setup tirea pretty well for camber and pressure adjustments. It's included in Pc2tuner.

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    RE: Ford Falcon FG Setup. Hey thanks for sharing your Bathurst setup it sounds way better than what I am running and I'm keen to give it a go tonight aiming to get my lap time under 2:10. The other night I was messing with tyre and brake pressures and noticed that I could identify the locking tyre by watching the brake temperatures. So to solve the lack of a yellow circle on the locking tyre you can still identify the locking tyre as it will have a noticeable lower brake temperature than its opposite brake calliper. Thanks again :-)
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    I really love driving in this game, but am almost ready to put it away for good because of the constant issues that I have with lag. I have tried every trick that has been posted online and things will be going along fine, then mid-race, lag will show up. The sound doesn't change - the engine revs sound normal but the screen slows down to a crawl. This is so frustrating.
    Tuning Garage http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...=1#post1420815
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    Tried lowering more settings and worked great until 15 minutes into the session.
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    I am afraid PCARS2 will bring a non high end laptop to its knees with all that's going on in it. I think you'll need to lower settings A LOT. What are your current settings?

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    Hey, on game debate .com it says the 960M can't do it.

    https://www.game-debate.com/hardware...aphics=GeForce GTX 960M 4GB

    Meh, sorry the link doesn't work, it's possibly overheating at the settings you have.
    Last edited by blinkngone; 23-11-2018 at 23:55.
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