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Hello all! I'm new here, and fairly new to sim racing. I've been doing a lot of research for which wheel to get, and I have decided to get the Thrustmaster T300RS GT. I have made my decision due to many positive reviews and suggestions. Now, the reason I am posting is because I have started looking at the negative reviews. The main issue I have seen with the T300 is that the force feedback will weaken or stop functioning. Most of the reviews have been from 2016 or earlier, and I'm not really sure if they are out of date issues. I saw that many people suggested firmware updates, console reset, adjusting calibration settings, ect. What I find odd is that there are so many positive suggestions, but for the negative reviews they seem to have the same issue. I have listed some of the issues I found at the bottom of this post. I have decided on the T300, but same FFB issues has made me delay my purchase. Here are my questions, If these issues are firmware related have they been patched? As I said before most issues are from 2016 or earlier. Have you had any issues with your T300? (Or any thurstmaster) if so, how helpful was thrustmaster support? Am I overthinking this, and should I just purchase? Thanks in advance, ManateeMatt Here are some of the issues I found: http://www.isrtv.com/forums/topic/23316-4x-dead-t300rs-recurring-problem/ Reviews of lost force feedback on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-T300-RS-Racing-Wheel-PlayStation/dp/B01M1L2NRL https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/threads/ps4-ps3-pc-t300-force-feedback-gone-help-wheel-hits-itself.349343/ http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/archive/index.php/t-29962.html
So I currently do all my sim racing on the console, but I would really like to try out iRacing, I don't have a decent PC yet however we do have an iMac in our house, (don't know from what year it is but it uses an Intel i5 processor with 2,7 GHz I believe). I've read that iRacing is natively supported on Mac OS X since 2013 without having to bootcamp to Windows, but does it have wheel support? I've heard that you can use Logitech wheels like the DFGT, G25, G27 etc, is that true? And what driver do you have to download? Or can you also use other wheels like the Thrustmaster T300/TX? And can you run with 900 degrees and FFB or is it or FFB or 900 degrees? So what I'm basically asking, will I be able to use my Logitech DFGT on iRacing on a Mac? Thanks