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Logitech G27 Setup

Discussion in 'F1 2010 - The Game' started by Zargkhon, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. Zargkhon

    Zargkhon

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    Howdy

    does anybody know a good setup for the Logitech G27 for F1 2010? Please post some set ups ingame or in the logitech driver. Would be nice to know.

    Thanks!
     
  2. James Chant

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  3. Maximus787

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    Logitech settings
    Feedback 110%
    Spring 0%
    Damper 0%
    Degrees of Rotation: 230 (matches the car's steering wheel rotation in-game)
    Centering Spring: 0%
    Allow game to adjust settings: OFF (even for other games leave this always OFF)

    In-game
    All deadzones: 0%
    All saturations: 100%
    Steering Linearity: 50% - 70% (Try 50%, 60%, and 70% and see which one is better for you)

    Feedback: ON
    Env. Effects: 0%
    Feedback Strength: 30% or 40%
    Wheel Weight: 20% or 30% (if the wheel is heavy reduce this, if too light increase)
     
  4. Lenard Schaeffler

    Lenard Schaeffler

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    Hmmm, what is the benefit of reducing the spring, damper, centering sprint etc? I have run 100% on everything at 110% on the overall. full wheel weight, not trying to be inflammatory at all, just curious why we would want to turn feedback down?
     
  5. Paul Lock

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    I think its because none of those things are actually 'feedback' from the game, they are 'artificial' effects which at best can actually mask the subtle clues you get through the wheel when driving.
     
  6. Paul Lock

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  7. Jan-Olov Johansson

    Jan-Olov Johansson

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    Yep, and it pretty much confirms my own experience from reducing the FFB on my wheel :)
     
  8. Paul Lock

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    Less, is most definitely more.
     
  9. Lenard Schaeffler

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    I will concede to agree here, after reading this I lowered all settings yesterday and the feedback, while not nearly as strong is much more precise and conveys much more info
     
  10. Paul Lock

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    Nice one. Glad to hear a success story!
     
  11. Superman

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    I've ordered a G27 and should arrive tomorrow, I was wondering can I change these settings on the PS3? I can't seem to find it when I search. I would appreciate it if someone could let me know so I can get cracking on it when it arrives.

    Thanks in advance
     
  12. Nicolas van de Velde

    Nicolas van de Velde

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    You can't change those settings in-game, the G27 comes with a profiler that allows you to change some settings before starting the game (and save them for later use as different profiles). Other settings like brake/gas pedal sensitivity and Force Feedback options can be changed in-game.

    Good luck with your new wheel, it's really great! :p
     
  13. Superman

    Superman

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    Thanks, I thought there must be some settings outside of the game. It's good to know they're there. Early rise tomorrow!
     
  14. Superman

    Superman

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    I couldn't seem to find the settings on the ps3 menu. Can someone tell me where I should look
     
  15. Paul Lock

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    I believe with the G27 on a PS3 you just plug it in and away you go.There aren't PS3 drivers and I'm 99% sure there is no 'profiler' or 'calibration' setup outside of the game options.Just go into the controller options in F1 2010 and select G27 in the preset. Then if there is anything you want to change, just go and remap the relevant button/pedal in the edit menu. Go to the advanced menu to set your deadzones and saturations and the feedback menu to set those levels.
     
  16. Superman

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    Thanks for clarifying. Just had a good go for a few hours and the G27 is a quality piece of kit