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  1. specialkone's Avatar
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    Very cool, BugMeister - well not your singing.
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  2. specialkone's Avatar
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    Dude; you have to get yourself a racing simulation game and get a wheel with force feedback. It's hilarious as I'm driving (below) and hitting the apex in the turn or a few bumps on the track, you really feel it. High speed the steering is hard to turn and loosens up a bit as you slow down. Project Cars 2 is said to have one of the best implementations of force feedback.

    Look at that - second place - I'll take it and no drive through penalties. Seems my braking issues were partly due to me calibrating the pedals on the desktop and not also in game.

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  3. essenbe's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 1903
       #2133

    For anyone who cares, here is a good article on graphics settings in Ghost Recon Wildlands. Ghost Recon Wildlands graphics performance guide | ROG - Republic of Gamers Global
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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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       #2134

    Just sinking (and being sunk) on WoW.
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  5. Dude's Avatar
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       #2135

    CountMike said:
    Just sinking (and being sunk) on WoW.
    Do you play the Tank one too?
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  6. CountMike's Avatar
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    Dude said:
    Do you play the Tank one too?
    Just a bit.
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  7. Hemimax's Avatar
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       #2137

    Last 4 of the Call of Duty series are on sale at Steam, some 50%.
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  8. specialkone's Avatar
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    essenbe said:
    For anyone who cares, here is a good article on graphics settings in Ghost Recon Wildlands.
    I came across that article when I was choosing a 1080 TI back in July and have looked at it more than once. I like the way Chino formats the review, giving his view and performance data on which Pascal GPU is best for particular graphic settings. When I read things like this I said to myself I need to try/buy this game, since it wasn't packaged with my 1080 TI purchase.

    IMHO anyone who is even mildly into shooters and has a Pascal GPU should give this game a try just to see the incredible visuals. I have often wondered if it would have been even better if implemented under DX12.

    "I also benchmarked the Strix GTX 1070 with these settings, which some might consider foolish. But the results are astonishing, as it seems that not even the GTX 1070 is capable of maintaining a constant 60 FPS at 1920 x 1080 with the Ultra preset. This is complete madness."

    "It’s undeniable that Ghost Recon Wildlands delivers some of the most stunning visuals we've ever witnessed in an open-world shooter. Around the 2560 x 1440 resolution, the Strix GTX 1070 is the minimum graphics card recommended for the Very High preset—and you’ll want the Strix GTX 1080 for the Ultra preset. Ghost Recon Wildlands is an absolute delight to the eyes at 3860 x 2140. Unfortunately, you’re limited to the Very High preset if you own a single Strix GTX 1080. The Ultra preset is simply too brutal on a single graphics card unless you have some serious firepower like the new Strix GTX 1080 Ti."
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  9. Hemimax's Avatar
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    essenbe said:
    For anyone who cares, here is a good article on graphics settings in Ghost Recon Wildlands. Ghost Recon Wildlands graphics performance guide | ROG - Republic of Gamers Global
    That game looks like it requires a lot of stealth, is that the only way to complete the missions or do you have the option to go in guns blazing?
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  10. Hemimax's Avatar
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    Some Doom on Vulkan :)
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