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There is a new service out called https://kayosports.com.au/
Its basically Netflix for sport and is has 50 different sports from around the globe including all types of
motorsport (F1, Supercars, MotoGP, Rally etc etc ) for only $25 per month with no contracts.
It has the Fox Sport feeds so for us motor racing fans you miss nothing and its in HD.
My experience so far is that the picture quality is excellent via the PC and Phone.
You can also get a Chromecast and stream it via your smart TV.
It streams live and if you miss something you can watch it later (no need to record).
Half the price of foxtel and better......
There has been various people over time who have experienced spiking with their pedals on G25 & G27's, myself included.
It has also been hard to find replacements however I located these replacements.
I grabbed three for around $17 plus delivery from their Aus web site.
I fitted them and found the following minor issues.
The main shaft is slightly shorter but has no effect on installation.
The small loops on the electrical connectors need to be snipped off to allow normal connection.
The hole in the metal pedal body that you slide the shaft through is around 1mm to small, so a quick drill to enlarge fixes that.
With this done it operates completely fine.
Update: I reset the pedals (usb in/out or reload profile in AC) and range issue was gone!
Upshot is a brand new potentiometer for minimal spend that works correctly after a few modifications.
Team Maki Engineering Skins (Mael & Freezer) - https://www.dropbox.com/s/6q6rqsecdhazfpt/Makiskins.zip?dl=0 UPDATED slightly
Wally Skin: https://www.dropbox.com/s/st9egnr736sadmg/XGNWally.zip?dl=0
Shaun Field: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1N9l7qxQvmzucv5acIwRDUKlN6PPfTkhr
Live stream link for those that like historics . . . .
International Endurance Racing Modding Group has released the first car pack of their 2014 Tudor Sports Car Championship mod for Assetto Corsa
Only two cars so far but they are impressive and sound better than most AC cars. (that is if you like the sound of a bellowing V8 )
Hey Bruce, a bit of American V8 muscle comes to AC.
New sound pack released for the following cars: Good improvement!
Audi R8 LMS
Lamborghini Huracan GT3
BMW M3 GT2
BMW Z4 GT3
Ferrari 599xx evolizioni
Ginetta G55 GT4 (Mod by Bzyq)
McLaren F1 GTR
Nissan GTR GT3
Lotus 2 Eleven GT4
McLaren MP4-12C GT3
Mercedes SLS AMG GT3
Ferrari P 4/5 Competizione
Pagani Zonda R
For those that like a bit of historic racing this one is excellent.
Thought you would like this one Bruce...
« on: September 15, 2015, 09:42:36 PM »
Disappointing result for me tonight after what was looking very promising.
Qualified 7th in the GTC and got a ripper start to grab two spots by turn one.
From there I was able to gradually chase down Jeremy and Mathew and get by seeing me up into 3rd and now inching my way up to second spot.
Then unfortunately I had a spin at Eau Rouge. I did the full 360 glancing the wall and kept going having only dropped one spot.
The car however was a bit slower after that and I eventually dropped 3 spots and was back in 7th.
Then on lap 9 I see "Connection Lost" . . . %^&#
So the bonus of triple points and a decent result went begging.... (:
Anyhow . . thanks once again to Wally for the season and well done to all that competed, some good close racing was had!
Windows 10 free upgrade is now out and I just finished reading a review in the August APC magazine which in reference to gaming talks of its DX12 support. It talks of a few 'significant' improvements.
First is a much lower-level of code access to GPU silicon for higher performance gaming.
Early Intel testing suggests reduced CPU power consumption by greater than 50% on a SurfacePro3 but the most impressive addition is the ability to combine discrete and integrated GPU's into live gaming. "Multiadapter" brings your CPU's integrated graphics engine back into service alongside your GeForce or Radeon card. Your card will handle the main frame rendering with the integrated adding post processing effects.
Results so far indicate a 10% boost in game frame rates from your existing hardware. (as long as you have a Geforce 600 series/Radeon HD7000 series or newer card).
Any one taken the leap yet to upgrade?
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