you have to apply the notch filter setting below, I tried to disable and the oscillation just come back againFoton wrote: ↑Fri Apr 08, 2022 6:23 pmThat's right, I'm using version .4GeekyDeaks wrote: ↑Wed Apr 06, 2022 7:54 amCan I just confirm you are using the build that ends in '.4'? The earlier builds mistakenly try to correct the FFB around the zero point of the axis, whereas .4 smooths out the FFB values instead irrespective of the angle of the wheel. I should probably remove the earlier versions from github!Foton wrote: ↑Wed Apr 06, 2022 12:36 am Hi all. I have a SimCub 2 Pro and did everything according to the instructions. Thanks a lot to GeekyDeaks for the improvements.
Everything really works well, but I feel a big feedback dip in the middle, especially when going through various high-speed turns, such as red water at Spa or a series of chicanes in daytona, the first sector in Suzuka.
Has anyone been able to solve this problem or somehow compensate for the settings?
I tried to change both the configuration settings in GIMIX and in Simcube. Couldn't find anything good
https://github.com/GeekyDeaks/GIMX/rele ... 8.0-g29c.4
I have been following your developments from the very beginning. Once I got all the necessary devices, I tried the latest version.
https://i.gyazo.com/37b4268c401f6ca243f ... a25151.png
I deleted all previous profiles and downloaded Logitech G27_G29 on first launch of v.4. After that I added the line
<g29_correction min_gain="20" range_start="1000" range_end="10000"/>
And then I tested various settings for my SimCube. I still don't understand how to remove the void in the middle
I want to try on PS4 without DriveHib and compare the feedback.
Center freq hz. 2.0
attenuation dB 17.5
Q Factor 1