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raceNutter posted a topic in Sim Gear - Buy and SellI have recently upgraded my home sim rig to more professional gear and have all my old kit for sale. VISION RACER + TRIPLE SCREENS + FANATEC WHEEL AND PEDALS 3 x 24" (5ms) 1080p Samsung screens + all wiring / cables / stands 1 x Vision Racer v1 with Optional Gear Shift mount (Left side) - Optional pedal and wheel plates (By Vision Racer) for all the larger wheels - Without the seat (I kept this and it is branded for me), you will need to fit your own, and possible get adjustable seat mounts depending on your sea - Optional Gear shift mount (left side) 2 x Free standing Monitor stands (for external screens) - with custom cable trays 1 x Fanatec Porsche GT2 wheel (PC, 360, PS3) + Got original box etc.. 1 x Fanatec Clubsport Pedals (v1) + Spare color pedal set + Spare load cell 1 x Fanatec gear shifter 1 x Netgear 8 Port Ethernet Switch (For triple screen xbox / ps) All cables + loads of spare network cables + plus some misc other spares All in good, working condition and all kit I have had since new UK Based (North London) I need to sell this and the space, hence price reduced Collection Only : £525 £425 £325 ono * First pic as example only, Seat, speakers, Frex Shifter etc.. not included. Please see listing for what is included.
Hello, I know I can't be the first to have this thought and I would think this has been done already, but I was unsure of what search terms to use here and Google was no immediate help. It's well established that with 3 X 16:9 setups, running identical monitors is critical. But what about now with the spread of 21:9 monitors? The idea would be a 21:9 center monitor flanked by two 16:9 monitors where you go high quality on the center monitor (e.g. BenQ XR3501) and your side screens are appropriately sized 16:9 monitors (to match vertical size as closely as possible) but of lesser quality to save money - or more accurately not spend so much on a monitor that spends most of the time in your peripheral vision (Apologies to John S. and the Bat Wing). High quality windshield with some lesser side windows if you like. My thoughts as long as the screen response time is close to the main monitor, you could downgrade 60 Hz monitors - depending on you FOV and point of view (sorry noob) settings. OR, do you think 144 Hz front view vs. 60 Hz windows, side mirrors, etc. be distracting at frames rates sufficient to avoid tearing? Are there some obvious pitfalls that I'm missing? Or more importantly, does anyone have gaming experience with asynchronous monitors - as described above or otherwise? Thanks for reading! -Kayden
Hi guys, I currently run a single toshiba 40" TV and a Playseat F1 as my setup. I recently got a Sony Bravia 32" TV (Item Code: KDL-32R433B) and have been thinking about buying two more of these screens and making a triple screen setup out of them. I am also upgrading my PC and I plan to get an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Graphics card with an i5 processor. I understand that the 1050 doesn't have 3x DisplayPort's and and even if it did I wouldn't be able to use the TV's as they don't have DisplayPort's. So I understand my only option is to use the 1 HDMI port on the 1050 and use an HDMI Splitter to link up these three screens. Is that ok? Will it affect my experience? Which splitter should I get? Thanks a lot, any feedback is much appreciated. Ben