Now it has to be some setting as i cant see you lot liking it how it feels to me..
Just feels on edge all the time and im having all on keeping it in a straight line, the ffb feels propper numb, like its massivly trying to return to centre which is fine whilst stationary but should lighten up once moving, also when braking the wheel vibrates like ****.. Litterally you could stick a rubber toy on the top and my girlfriend could enjoy using the wheel aswell..
I don't even know how to respond to this, I can only imagine you're trolling as this is the complete opposite of how it feels to drive. If there's one thing that people on AC agree on, it's that the KTM is one, if not THE best car on it.
Blueflame, I have a 4670K overclocked to 4.2, the CPU is not the issue. The graphics card isn't clogged with dust, nothing is clogged with dust, my PC has a window and I can't bare to see it, it gets cleaned near enough weekly. The PC performs admirably in everything, so yes, it is AC's problem, and I'm far from the only person to think it feels laggy.
The 7850 might not be the whole issue either, but more GPU grunt cannot hurt. if I turn down the settings and get 130 - 150 FPS, it's still jumpy, juddery and far away from smooth, it cannot maintain a steady framerate. With Vsync on it's smooth at 60fps, but it just feels a little bit laggy. Maybe I'm more sensitive to it, I don't know. I have to run with wheel/arms locked otherwise it throws me off completely with the slight delay. As Kars says, even with high framerates there is still lag, it might only be visual and not input, but it still ****s me up. There are plenty of people saying that it feels a lot smoother and FFB feels better at 200fps+. Personally, this is a very good excuse for me to get rid of this card, it was basically a stop-gap for £150 at the time just to keep me going, now it's time to go back to the green side. For me, having to turn everything down to get it to act smoothly means the card isn't pulling it's weight. I can't imagine playing this game at 50fps.
One thing iR has going for it, is that at 124fps locked it's silky smooth with absolutely no lag to speak of, AC has a long way to go to feel as smooth.
Also Blueflame, stop speaking with some self applied authority about something which you have no idea, it makes you look like a ****ing idiot, although you basically passed that point a long time ago.
I aint trolling... It genuinely feels shit.. Can someone link me up for the settings to try.
Honestly, i aint making this up, the wheel has a really strong return to centre feeling at all times and ive checked that option is off in windows etc..
I will get a vid of how much the wheel vibrates under braking tonight, its like abs is kicking in but the feedback is way too strong.
Im pretty sure how it is at the moment is not like it is for you lot, im sure its my settings but they are no different from when i drove the TP and that felt fine.. Infact the exige and elise feel very much like my own car.. So ive no idea whats up..
Ill try the settings and see how i go.
Best i could manage was a 1'21.9 and that was ficghting the car at the way round.
No centring spring/damping or anything else turned on?
Checked that it's not clipping in game?
Dont know what else to suggest. Are you getting good fps in game? It certainly feels to me that 100+ fps is needed to really get things feeling at its best. vsync off of course, and pre rendered frames to 1.
I have the same settings for LFS and iRacing as well, and the X-Bow feels better than anything in either of those sims.