I was wondering if those who use joystick and throttle can lend me some help. I have a logitech X56 HOTAS and have finally after much trial and error have gotten it to work.
The issue I am personally having is the way the default thrust is working with my throttle. For example in Elite Dangerous my throttle works like I would expect, if I slide it all the way back that is a dead stop. If I push forward it is full engine throttle. In this game the throttle is idle in the middle which is hard to find for me cause my throttle has no mid detent, also when I push forward it goes in reverse engine thrust and when I pull all the way back it is full thrust forward. To me this is not good especially how the throttle IMO is reversed.
Is there a way to make the throttle perform like it does in elite where I can use the full range for going forward and set a reverse button and if not can someone assist me in getting it whee at least when I push all the way forward it is full throttle forward. I have tried setting in game settings FLIGHT - HOTAS thrust invert toggle to both settings yes and no and it has not effected how my throttle works at all is remains backwards to me.
Thanks anyone who can lend assistance.
In the RTX 20 series, the 2080 Ti was way ahead of the rest of the pack, even one step down, the RTX 2080 (Super or not) didn't come close. But in the 30 series, even the RTX 3070 looks like it might have better performance than the 2080 Ti. If true, this will be a revolutionary GPU. I plan to buy at around the same time or maybe slightly before the next Ryzen CPUs come out end of year.
I think the best plan will be to order when the Ryzen release date is announced. (On a related note, I definitely think this next release is the moment when AMD unambiguously takes the CPU crown from Intel at the high end, even for gaming.) By later this year all the other manufacturers will have their best offerings in stock at normal prices, so I'll be able to get my usual triple fan version. Not sure yet if I'll get 3070, 3080, or 3090, will try to get best price performance and only go 3090 if its head and shoulders above the 3080 like the 2080 Ti was above the 2080.
Yo Yo whats up start citizen's have a question hope I can snag an answer.
I've wanted to run this game for quite awhile now just recently got slightly new Gaming notebook.
Intel i5-8300H 2.3Ghz
Nvidia Geforce 1050
My question is, is there anyone running this game with a set up pretty close to that that can give a straight shot answer I'd appreciate it.
I have a setup running a GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce RTX 2080 XTREME 8G Graphics Card.
Downloaded a fresh install of Star Citizen and jumped into game. On the highest settings the card is reading 100% utilization at all times. Is this normal still? Would have thought it would handle it a little better for the cost.
These people did a blind test to try to find out:
Pretty interesting how it turned out.