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Thrustermaster T300RS Game-Einstellungen?

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Youngracer98, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. Youngracer98

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    Moin Moin,


    Wollte mich mal umhören ob wer von euch ein T300Rs Besitzt und mir seine Einstellungen in RaceRoom geben könnte? würde gerne welche haben um mir das Handling in rennen zu vereinfachen

    Mfg

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  2. Kenny Paton

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    You need to use english in the forums.
    Du musst Englisch in den Foren benutzen.
    You're looking for Thrustmaster T300R settings in RaceRoom.
     
  3. Phil Davies

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  4. Martin Fiala

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    For what it's worth, my current settings (based on the RealFeel profile available in the mods section) I'm more or less happy with, except I think I still need to tweak the strength as with these, some cars are quite heavy and others quite light:

    Overall 90 %
    Constant, periodic, spring, damper 95 %
    Auto center by the game

    In R3E:

    FF Intensity 100
    Smoothing, spring, damper 0
    Steering force intensity 85
    FFB Minimum force 2
    Understeer 75
    Vertical load 60
    Lateral force 50
    Steering rack 100
    Slip effect 40
    Kerb vibrations, engine vibrations 0
    Shift effect 15
     
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  5. Ross Garland

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    You have a T300 now @Martin Fiala? What's your opinion of it? The reason I ask is because I had a go on my housemates VR / T300 setup in AC yesterday for 30 mins or so, and it felt pretty good. He's away so I have all weekend to have a play, but he doesn't have R3E so I'm just curious for an opinion on how it feels in this sim. Wondering if it's finally worth replacing my trusty G27.
     
  6. Martin Fiala

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    @Ross Garland Yeah, I upgraded about a month ago. There's a thread in the hardware section where I've discussed the upgrade and I also posted some first impressions there. In short, it surprised me in lots of ways, because it was quite unlike what I've expected. I'm amazed by how much it feels like driving a real car with real tyres and steering rack and not like using a FFB gaming controller, which is how I'd describe the DFGT. And the "dynamic range" of the forces is also much higher, so there's a lot more difference between light forces and strong ones. The upgrade didn't certainly make me faster (in fact the opposite might be true, though it might also have something to do with replacing pedals first with the T300 stock ones and now with the G25 and also getting used to a different feel), but it definitely feels so much better.

    Also it's so much quieter, which I really like since I usually race late in the evenings or late at night.

    As for the difference in R3E, I think it pretty much follows what I've just mentioned - it feels more like a real car and there's more dynamic range, so the FFB feels more real and more refined, but obviously it's still the same R3E FFB and I would say the difference of AC FFB on DFGT vs T300 is more or less about the same as the difference of R3E FFB on DFGT vs T300.
     
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  7. Ross Garland

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    Thanks for the info Martin, detailed as ever. :thumbsup:

    I'm still in two minds at the moment. A T300 is definitely an upgrade to a DFGT, but I'm not sure if it's a definite upgrade to a G27. I spent a lot more time on my housemate's rig yesterday, and since I was over the initial amazement of using VR for the first time, I focused more on the feel of the wheel. It definitely felt pretty good, but then I jumped back on my own rig for the race last night and was blown away by how much better mine felt.

    Trouble is, I was playing AC on his and R3E on mine, and I've always preferred the FFB in R3E. I don't have AC installed right now to do a direct comparison, and even if I did a difference in 'feel' might be down to his personal settings rather than the wheels themselves. I'd love to stick his wheel on my rig so I could have a proper play about, but since it's all bolted to a play seat that isn't really an option. :(

    Oh well... to be honest, I've just spent a fortune on a bunch of other hardware specifically for sim racing, so perhaps a new wheel should be left for another day.

    Or another year. :p
     
  8. Vangelis Parginos

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    @Ross Garland Im coming from that upgrade, G27 to T300.
    Definitely a worthy update, maybe it takes some time, not long, to get use to it but its big enough to make the change worth it.
    Especially if you have time to find your personal settings and adjust it.
    Noise and deadzone reduction is very noticeable.

    But at the end is a personal choice. ;)
     
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  9. Ross Garland

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    Haha, it didn't occur to me to ask if anyone else has made the same upgrade I'm considering. Yeah yeah, I'm tired ok? Been a long week. :sleep::D Thanks for the input, Vangelis. :thumbsup:
     
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    I jumped to a TX from a DFGT well worth it, set up the TX with Gamer Muscle's settings feels good. Added a 5% damping in game saw it recommended by S3 in old post, smoothed out the rattles my preference.

    But no need to go off on a settings rant here do we :whistling:
     
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  11. Phil Davies

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    I went from a G25 (Which I used to love) to a T300,I've kept my Nixim modded Logitech pedal cos the TM basic pedals are Toy pedals :D,But the TM Wheel is a massive improvement,Its Quieter,Smoother and @Ross Garland you can add an F1 wheel rim ;).Great piece of kit for the money and definately a step up from Logitech.
     
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  12. Ross Garland

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    Indeed, I'd keep my Nixim modified G27 pedals because from the photos alone they look somewhat superior. Plus I regularly use my h-box so I need a clutch. (I'm assuming there is a way to plug in the G27 h-box in separately...)
     
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    I still have the G25 shifter connected with a Leo Bodnar adapter,So yes you can keep your H-Shifter :thumbsup:.
     
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  14. Ross Garland

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    I'm fast running out of USB ports... :O_o:
     
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    Yeah, I'm also currently using both G25 pedals and G25 shifter with Bodnar adapters, works great.
     
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    TX + T3PA + G27 shift,Leo Cable :)
     
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  17. Ross Garland

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    Well, it looks like a compromise would need to be made somewhere. With VR taking up three USB ports and my G27 + Bodnar pedals taking up two more, that leaves none for the shifter if it was separate. Well, there are two on the front of my rig but they've become dodgy as hell. Only really any good for USB powered things, not for an actual data connection. :(
     
  18. Martin Fiala

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    Powered USB hub or additional PCIe USB card. I'm heading there myself.
     
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  19. manc0ntr0

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    I recently upgraded from G25 (bought in 2010) to T300RS and I think is a great improvement. Only negative thing is the pedals. It's hard for me to get used to the T3PA, even with the conical rubber mod. In fact, I've already decided to buy a Clubsport V3 and sell the T3PA.
     
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