Okay, so here's a quick test with reproducing with Doom 2016 on PS4 with Logitech G300s Mouse @ 2500dpi, I opened fps-config and changed the dpi to 2500..
I also made a vidoe of the test:
Log from the events in the video:
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I completely understand this, of course. What I am saying is if I move the mouse at 3/4 of my max mouse speed, I can turn 180 degrees, and it is nice and quick. Even if the turning speed was only as fast as it is at 3/4 mouse speed and I move faster, it should feel laggy/slower, yes, of course..but....
Hey guys So, I'm trying GIMX with mouse, if I move it too fast, it seems like it is "missing" input from the mouse. Logitech G300s (2500dpi@1000hz), also had the same issue with a crap mouse, which didn't perform too bad other than that, some generic ibm crap office mouse probaly 100dpi but I got th...
- Wed Feb 27, 2019 8:49 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: G920 to Xbox with GIMX for motion simulator
- Replies: 5
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I am not surprised but that is too bad. I haven't really played forza but it looks decent and has some cars I like (one version had a mk2 celica supra / supra xx, which I have owned 5 of and is my personal favorite car under $10k-ish of all time) but Ive never been an Xbox person. At least some Xbox...
- Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:23 pm
- Forum: GIMX Discussion
- Topic: GIMX for Xbox 360 Peripherals on Xbox One
- Replies: 10
- Views: 4793
Hello, I recommend to capture communication between the adapter and the console. Then see if there are unexpected thing happening. If you see strange transfers with data looking random between captures, then there is probably some authentication involved. For this task you can use serialusb: https:...
I agree this should be more popular for how flexible it is letalone how cheap. You can go spend $200 on an adapter that will only allow keyboard and mouse and no other configuration or spend $10 on gimx and do lots more. I think one thing though- other adapters are all in one, gimx requires a comput...
- Wed Feb 27, 2019 11:00 am
- Forum: GIMX Discussion
- Topic: Raspberry Pi Alternatives
- Replies: 14
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Try disabling wifi and Bluetooth Radios can cause wierd lag in systems sometimes. I haven't tried the Pi just yet with this. Need to update my pi first, it won't even run gimx with its current software. Is the Pi TTL 5v Btw? An option could be using a x86 based sbc with a stripped down windows build...