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Logitech G25 settings

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Bram, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. Bram

    Administrator Staff Premium

    This are my settings for F1 2010. Feels perfect now :thumb:

    In game:


    Game controller settings:


    Changed from my default 400 degrees that I use in other sims to 200.
  2. fantastic settings Bram, work really well for me too, has totally changed the way it drives.

    i had just about got to the end of my tether with trying to work out how to set it up.

    thank you
  3. I noticed at Monaco they increase the degrees you can turn and you have to change the settings if you want to have 1:1 movement :\ So I keep 400 degrees in logitech settings, and ingame I have steering saturation 45% for most tracks and 55% for Monaco, that way it looks 1:1 to me. Rest of the settings I have set exactly like you, linearity to 50% and steering deadzone to 0% are key
  4. Hi.

    I've got an G25 but can't seem to access the advanced wheel settings from into the game.
    It is greyed out. How can you acces those settings?

  5. I got a G27 and noticed my usual 360'degrees that i use for formula 1 sims was sluggish and sloppy with F1 2010. I moved it down to 270 and that seemed nice, though id guess perhaps lowering it more would benefit.
  6. Connor Caple

    Connor Caple
    Slowest Racer in Town...

    I've stuck with 360 degrees and 100% Linearity. I may reduce it to around 270 degrees later, but this suits me for now.

    I tried 50% Linearity but found myself spinning in tight corners *grins*
  7. Thanks Bram!

    1000% improvment! I was bigining to think about giving up, the negative low speed FFB is gone, so is the twitchy steering. With the head bob removed too, its starting to feel good!

    I have 'tweeked' it to my taste now, but this is a PERFECT 'base' setting to work from, cant stress enough, 1000% better!
  8. What does "environmental effects" mean? Wind?
  9. Connor Caple

    Connor Caple
    Slowest Racer in Town...

    Kerbs I think.

    I tried with only an 85% Saturation and noticed a LOT of play on the wheel - I could easily wobble it 5 degrees to each side with no steering effect. With 100% Saturation it is tight and responsive.

    I will just alter the G25 drivers to get the degrees I want - can't cope with deadzones! (Yes, all other F1 2010 settings are 0/100 too)
  10. Bram

    Administrator Staff Premium

    yes i have switched enviroment off as it was so strong that when driving the game my neighbours house started to shake :)
  11. Just registered here to see the OP's screenshots as I found his post using Google. Thanks for that Bram btw. Nice settings and it's a shame such info is not found easier.

    As to your question about the game not being able to detect your G25... Are you absolutely sure you've used the Logitech Profiler drivers instead of regular Windows HID compliant devices? I've read that if you do not use the official Logitech drivers the game simply will not (and ever) detect your wheel.

    Good luck.
  12. How do I get to the settings of the G25 on the PS3? Not the in-game ones.
  13. I know people who have had the exact same problem as you. Updating to the latest 5.10 Logitech drivers has solved this problem for them.

    Hope it helps...
  14. Hi guys 1st post.. (hate posting) But i thought it wise to do so on a BASE setup and tweak to personal taste after wards :) To the OP very nice guide i run a Logitech Ge-force Pro. And these settings are very good for me.. Thxs again for you're time and helping others :)

  15. Jack Vos

    Jack Vos

    hehe same here, dont want to wake the neighbours at 02:00 clock ;)

    I tried the game with a red momo and its much softer on the FFB,(the rambling) must be the 2 ffb motors in the G25
  16. Very useful.
    I set up my wheel alsmost exactly like you did, Bram.
    I also must say that this was the best I found out for myself. Just the environment-effects would be worth a try to set them off.
    Think with these settings you get out the most of the handling that F1 2010 offeres.
  17. I had this problem with my driving force pro, and it wasn't an issue with my drivers since I had the latest Wingman drivers.

    Get the Clear Calibration utility from here: http://www.wingmanteam.com/latest_software/gadgets.htm#Clear Calibration Utility:

    Run it, and then run the game. It should work now :)
  18. You'll find that 186 degrees is actually a copy of the in game steering wheel, not 200 degrees.
  19. I'm going to test these settings on my Driving Force GT........
  20. Kris Vickers

    Kris Vickers
    Hardware Staff

    I`ve managed to get my wheel working well with without using the profiler and the wheel set at 900 in the device settings.

    The game automatically sets the wheels limit at around 300 degrees anyway, it was just a case of setting the sensitivity etc so that it matched the rotation in game.


    Ignore the pedal saturation settings, as i`m not happy with them yet.