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G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Intel Z170 Platform
2 complete sticks. Both work fine. I replaced them with 2-16GB sticks. $150.00 Shipped to lower 48 only.
PM if interested.
DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
CAS Latency 16
*No, the serial #'s are not really marked out.
IMO following the game is easier to be done and I can`t see why Simvibe will go in different and less realistic way. Your explanation sounds like you use Buttkicker in sound mode, I know you don`t - just in sound mode is possible those situations to happen for me.
I am getting bumps and noise and stuff but some of it doesn't make sense. For example, on some turns I'm going very slow like 50 km/h on what seems like smooth tarmac yet I get strong bumps from the Buttkicker while some very big bumps (eg. Buenos Aires #9 turn 1 entry) I barely feel anything.
It doesn't seem to be following the physics as much as it should.
I read somewhere that only SimTools truly follows games' raw physics while others like Simvibe, SimShaker Wheels, etc. work a little differently. I wonder how much truth there is to that...
TRL - Simtek @ Le Mans
SimTek GT3 @ Bugatti - Le Mans
Sunday 24 June, 18:30 UTC / 19:30 London / 20:30 EU West / 14:30 US East / 11:30 US West
check your local time on the website
18:30 > Pract: 60 min.
19:30 > Qual : 2 Timed Laps
19:45 > Race : 27 Laps (about 45 min.)
> Server : "SimRacing-GP.net_TRL-Simtek" > Passworded on Raceday !
Files links available on the website.
Have fun & Bring in some Friends :)