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The Holodeck

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Gary Horneck, Oct 29, 2014.

  1. Gary Horneck

    Gary Horneck

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    We bought the little house next door. We've spent the last 3 months transforming it from a dark and nasty old lady residence, to an office for my wife, a workout room, more storage, and the Holodeck. I built a new system for my rig (i7-5820K 6-core 3.3GHz, MSI GTX 980 4G card, all SSD) and the new Asus 24" monitors @ 144Hz. The other rig is a locomotive Alienware Aurora R4 and 3 Viewsonic 22" gaming monitors. Still have several items to finish, including setting up a race in GSCE over LAN. Any insight on that one?



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  2. Kjell Eilertsen

    Kjell Eilertsen

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    Very nice! Side monitors needs much more angle though, and I'm not a fan of the modding you've done to that GT3 wheel :p
    But a really nice setup!
     
  3. Gary Horneck

    Gary Horneck

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    I bought the GT3 used, came already modded. I don't like the GT3 anyhow, so its going away. I tried the monitors with much more angle, and in GSCE the image looks distorted tilted more than 15 degrees. Looks weird to have the interior bent inwards anyhow, like driving a car that's sustained serious damage.
     
  4. Kjell Eilertsen

    Kjell Eilertsen

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    I have no idea how to do it in GSCE, but you need to set the system up to compensate for the monitor angle.
     
  5. Robert Bachmayer

    Robert Bachmayer

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    Gsce config,and tick multiview.
     
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