hardware review

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    RSEAT B1 Review

    Background I have been sim racing for a few years now and recently decided to upgrade from my Logitech G920 and DIY wheel stand to something more serious. I already picked out a direct drive wheel and load cell pedals, so the only thing left to do was find a chassis that could handle it. After...
  2. Paul Jeffrey

    RaceDepartment Review | Wave Impetus Monza Sim Pedals Pro

    RaceDepartment takes the Wave Impetus Monza Sim Pedals Pro on a long term review as we share our opinions on these high end sim racing pedals, designed and built in Maranello. High end 3 pedal sim racing pedals from Wave Italy. RaceDepartment review video. I like pedals. Let's get that one...
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    AC on Surface Book 2

    I want to play AC on my Surface Book 2 however I am not sure if it will be enjoyable due to low FPS. SB2 has: 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-8650U quad-core processor, 4.2GHz Max Turbo NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060 discrete GPU w/6GB GDDR5 graphics memory Is this a good enough setup to play with 10-20 AI...
  4. Paul Jeffrey

    RDTV: Symdeck GCR1000 Motion Platform Review

    RDTV checks out a very unique motion platform solution from British company Symdeck - The Symdeck GCR 1000. Having recently taken delivery of the GCR1000 motion platform from Symdeck, I set about testing this all-in-one sim racing solution to see how it stacks up with a number of popular racing...
  5. Paul Jeffrey

    RaceDepartment Review: Fanatec CSL Elite Loadcell Pedals

    RaceDepartment take the Fanatec CSL Elite Loadcell pedal set on a long term review. Over the next few weeks and months you can expect quite a few more hardware reviews here at RaceDepartment, where we will be trying a wide variety of different sim racing equipment and giving you our honest...