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    Quote Originally Posted by r200ti View Post
    When people talk cost, something to bare in mind is the cost of actually going out and hammering a car around a track.
    A full VR rig with seat, wheel etc is little more than the cost of a single trackday in something quick......

    Ultimately, i think we get an awful lot for our money. Yes it may be 'expensive', but the entertainment/cost ratio is on the large side.
    Of course and I’m very pleased with my bought gear. Everytime I put on my VR I have a smile from ear to ear despite the lower GFX.. it is such a good spend of my money..
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    At Indy for the first time in game and watching and hearing my competition running by, amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olijke Poffer View Post
    Of course and Iím very pleased with my bought gear. Everytime I put on my VR I have a smile from ear to ear despite the lower GFX.. it is such a good spend of my money..
    So good in fact I will be getting every version till it's like looking at a 4k screen now !
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDad View Post
    So good in fact I will be getting every version till it's like looking at a 4k screen now !
    If I have the money for it, yeah m2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r200ti View Post
    When people talk cost, something to bare in mind is the cost of actually going out and hammering a car around a track.
    A full VR rig with seat, wheel etc is little more than the cost of a single trackday in something quick......

    Ultimately, i think we get an awful lot for our money. Yes it may be 'expensive', but the entertainment/cost ratio is on the large side.
    And granted we are racing centric here, but I'm sure I'm not the only one who does other things as well with these rigs of ours.
    If you want I couldn't recommend wnough getting a hotas and rudder pedals as well and try your hand at some flight.

    Personally for the first time gotten heavily into DCS, with the Huey, and a unarmed, freebie, TF-51d (Mustang).
    Also bought a viggen, right now on sale for $25.
    I could possibly get into a track day of some sort, or just rent a car to have a go around Nurburgring but there is no way I'm getting near a fighter jet.
    In vr I can.

    Ugh, update:
    Meant of course to say I couldn't recommend a hotas enough.
    Last edited by TorTorden; 02-08-2018 at 13:14.
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