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Old 4 January 07, 12:06   #51
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Well, it is the Christmas Season afterall.. but the real fun update is the 60" 1080p HDTV.. allowing eye watering clarity running at 1920 x 1080 32bit.
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Old 4 January 07, 14:51   #52
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After these professional race enviroments i am almost ashamed to put mine, but what the hell, here it is....

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Old 8 January 07, 04:55   #53
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just had to post this here, this is a true sim addict
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Hey dohc3si Great cockpit! Do you have any overall measurments of it and would you mind if I would copy it?

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Just for an update for you, I posted some measurements over at RSC. Here's the link: http://forum.rscnet.org/showthread.php?t=274026&page=2
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Old 18 February 07, 22:28   #56
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Due to the main PC burning up in a blaze of overclocked glory, it was time to build a new "gamer" and then with the parts from the onl one build a "second place" one

The result - great "social GTR2 events"...



It's a temp setup, much like the temp street circuit race tracks - set it up for race day, then take it down till next event.

The primary seat gets a nice 60" view, while the "runner up" makes do with a 22" widescreen
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Old 20 February 07, 10:24   #57
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[QUOTE=dohc3si;50002]Here's mine. I posted over at RSCnet also.




Great one, but how can you set 3 monitors, what you need for it?
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Here's mine. I posted over at RSCnet also.




Great one, but how can you set 3 monitors, what you need for it?
Matrox triplehead2go I think.
Maybe a Matrox dualhead will also work, with the 3rd screen on the second output of the graphics card, and than place a horizontal extension. (only nvidia)

On the triplehead you can put 3 monitors. This sends it back to the first output of the graphics card, and than that stupid thing thinks you've got one huge monitor .
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Old 23 February 07, 18:39   #59
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Here's my simple thingy:
Just a laptop for GTR2PD
My desktop system is on the right, you can't see it, two screens on it.
As you can see my wheel is the red MOMO Force, and my seat is a simple chair which is over 30years old or something . I took that one cuz it has no wheels.
I use the Rumblepad left of the wheel as a button box.

GTR2PD wasn't 'online' cuz GTR2PD on the desktop was set off.. So that's why it says Norisring, but I drove there at Laguna seca

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u guys have really nice setups..i like them multiple screens....mine's a bit outdated and not at its normal position coz i cant sit in a chair at the moment...my steering weel is also not installed coz i cant use it deu to a serius back injury
so i drive while lying down LOL
so its back to the controller for me for a while

not much but it does the trick
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Old 6 March 07, 15:12   #61
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I made some ipmrovements on my cockpit, here is a pic about it (sry, not the best quality....)


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Here's my simple thingy:
Just a laptop for GTR2PD
My desktop system is on the right, you can't see it, two screens on it.
As you can see my wheel is the red MOMO Force, and my seat is a simple chair which is over 30years old or something . I took that one cuz it has no wheels.
I use the Rumblepad left of the wheel as a button box.

GTR2PD wasn't 'online' cuz GTR2PD on the desktop was set off.. So that's why it says Norisring, but I drove there at Laguna seca

[mg]http://img510.imageshack.us/img510/5262/dsc00394lo5.jpg[/img]
Isn't that 3" gap in the middle anoying?

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Isn't that 3" gap in the middle anoying?
It's quite annoying yes, I experimented that week with it, and I am back to one monitor.
For racing you must have an uneven number of monitors, so 1, 3, 5 etc.

The second I use for work I've got to do. And sometimes two screens is very useful. One screen the manual or example, the other screen I'm working on it.
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Old 3 April 07, 18:20   #64
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Here is my latest upgrade on my cockpit, the ECCI 6000 GTS set. Now only a good shifter is needed for realism racing, any advice....?

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Nice pedals.....saw the site. Nice to have a CAR room!
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Old 29 April 07, 16:45   #66
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Aaaand, finally my project of building the ultimate home race-car in my room has finished!
The last touch to it with the Gear-Sim H shifter and the home made extension on the rack made it now really complete, so proud to present you the picture of it!

p.s.: i am still planning to modify a bit the stand for the shifter to make the positioning more comfortable, but it will not result too much change on it, so basically this is how it will look like as finished.

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My set up is very very simple:





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Hmm ...overkill on the subwoofers there much? :p

Still ...that is an easy $5000 setup there. Wow!

I plan to do something similar with my 1080p Westy and a g25. Can't afford ECCI!
...and I did!

I need to make some revisions to it later, as I am sort of inclined to add in keyboard and speaker supports, and possibly interchangeable with a flat desk to play other games.



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Old 26 May 07, 07:28   #69
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Neo Ltd. proudly presents you the result of the "building my dream cockpit project"

Specs:
Rack: customized VPP with shifter stand
Wheel: ECCI 6000 GTS with F1 style Momo
Shifter: customized Sim-Gear with Momo knob
Monitor: Acer AL2416W
Speakers: Gigaworks S750
Headset: Sennheiser PC 165

PC:
Case: Coolermaster CMStacker
Motherboard: Asus Striker Extreme
CPU: Intel Quad core Extreme 2.6 Ghz
Cooler: Zalman 9700
RAM: 4*1G Corsair Pro
GPU: 2*Gainward 8800 Ultra in SLi
Soundcard: Soundblaster X-Fi Fatality Platinum
Winchester: WD-RE2 2*500 Gb
Keyboard: Logitech G15
Mouse: Logitech MX Revoluiton
UPS: APC 2200
Power supply: FSP Epsilon 1010W

The cockpit:



Wheel:



PC at work:
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Neo Ltd. proudly presents you the result of the "building my dream cockpit project"

Specs:
Rack: customized VPP with shifter stand
Wheel: ECCI 6000 GTS with F1 style Momo
Shifter: customized Sim-Gear with Momo knob
Monitor: Acer AL2416W
Speakers: Gigaworks S750
Headset: Sennheiser PC 165

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Case: Coolermaster CMStacker
Motherboard: Asus Striker Extreme
CPU: Intel Quad core Extreme 2.6 Ghz
Cooler: Zalman 9700
RAM: 4*1G Corsair Pro
GPU: 2*Gainward 8800 Ultra in SLi
Soundcard: Soundblaster X-Fi Fatality Platinum
Winchester: WD-RE2 2*500 Gb
Keyboard: Logitech G15
Mouse: Logitech MX Revoluiton
UPS: APC 2200
Power supply: FSP Epsilon 1010W
And I thought I had a high budget Very nice!
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not mine... ( Japanese ) http://kurenai.main.jp/gt.html
note the real transmission for that "real shifter feel"
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How the heel do you guys get away with having these cockpits in the living room infront of your sofa LOL!

Ah anyways, qustion here: These 3 screens I see yous using, does it make the view wider or have you jus panned it back with ctrl and left mouse click and it's the size overall of the 3 screens that makes it look wider because you can see more?

(PHEW!)
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And mine. Made it myself by studying Frex's Simconmotion pictures. Yeah, go ahead and call it a Frex ripoff, I dont care. I've been wanting a Simconmotion cockpit since the day I seen one, but their just a little too pricey for my taste. Currently the back two struts keep it all static, but am a member of the X-Sim forums and they are working on getting some stepper motors to work with the X-Sim software. So it won't be long and it will be motionized just like, if not better than a Frex cockpit. I've incorporated an Ivibe into my seat, and could'nt race without it now that I have one.




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The first pic is my new 37" 1920x1080 monitor,the others were of my old 21" 1600x1200 monitor
WOW What do you do for a living?? That is some serious money in that cockpit. Are you Donald Trump?
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Old 14 June 07, 18:46   #75
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Those are some nice setups love the one bob has its perfect.

And Neo[RPM] you should get rid of the Creative S750 i have one also (well had 3 is more like it) my last one was 3 days old when it fried and the one be for was like a week(first one was 2 months then when you send it back they send you a refurbished one and it weighs 55 lbs. so it costs $50-70 to send it back) i know it sounds great even better then great so if you want to keep it check out Creative's forums there are some people who have figured out how to keep it from overheating but it takes a lot of modding so my advice is sell it be for it becomes a $400+ headache and buy an Onkyo( http://www.onkyousa.com/prod_class.cfm?class=Systems ) the HT-S990THX is the next system i will buy
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o buy the way i have a s750 for sale $300 straight from the factory (i may go lower just to sell it make me an offer) its going on e-bay when it arrives LOL
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Those are some nice setups love the one bob has its perfect.

And Neo[RPM] you should get rid of the Creative S750 i have one also (well had 3 is more like it) my last one was 3 days old when it fried and the one be for was like a week(first one was 2 months then when you send it back they send you a refurbished one and it weighs 55 lbs. so it costs $50-70 to send it back) i know it sounds great even better then great so if you want to keep it check out Creative's forums there are some people who have figured out how to keep it from overheating but it takes a lot of modding so my advice is sell it be for it becomes a $400+ headache and buy an Onkyo( http://www.onkyousa.com/prod_class.cfm?class=Systems ) the HT-S990THX is the next system i will buy

Well, thanks, i think you are absolutely right, i am just waiting for my replacement subwoofer, since stg went wrong with it, the rear left channel failes to operate at all.... great, that for a price like that we got shit....

Thanks for the info, cheers: Neo

p.s.: do you have a link to the topic about how to cool it? in the meantime i get another one i dont want to fry it at least.... thanks
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Here's the link http://forums.creative.com/creativel...essage.id=8037 Yep its always the rear left, either distorts bad or doesn't work at all, but while it works it does sound good. I also love the fact that Creative (not very) isn't recalling them or at least trying to find a solution, so I'm using 1" monitor speakers with my $270 X-fi Elite Pro sound card but soon I'll have the cash to buy those Onkyo HT-S990THX witch actually has a digital input and external Amp for satellite speakers so it should be very sturdy and i cant find a bad review anywhere so why not.
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What´s that red stuff on your wheel?
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How did I miss this thread?

Some lovely set-ups.... Bob's had me almost needing to change my underwear!

Oh for the space and money *dreams*

Gotta laugh at the picture (not at you personally, just the set-up) on page three of the thread with an ergonomic keyboard at maybe 60 degree angle from the seating position!
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Hi all,
i just finished my new cockpit.
I post you some photos.

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Seems I first posted this in an archived thread
Here's mine. Hopefully I'll be able to make a less cramped set-up when we move to our new house in the beginning of next year...
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Is that hat on the left the one you wear when you finish on the podium lol?
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here is my cockpit
i use colored visor for protecion for the ultra rays from the screen
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Is that hat on the left the one you wear when you finish on the podium lol?
No, it's my Looking Hat It allows me to look into other directions than to where the nose of my car is pointing
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...Gotta laugh at the picture (not at you personally, just the set-up) on page three of the thread with an ergonomic keyboard at maybe 60 degree angle from the seating position!
:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:!!!
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There's always someone who takes it a little more to the extreme...

http://forum.gamer.nl/showthread.php?t=37022&page=28

Just scroll down a bit until you see some wood appear
The guy spent two years on it.

As they say: it ain't much if it ain't Dutch
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That's friggin' awesome!!
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thar she is

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Just an update to mine. It's been Frexed. I (well my girlfriend did, man I luv her hehe) ordered the "anniversary special" Simconmotion components from Frex. All I did was to bolt his actuators and damping kit to my frame. It works perfectly, and because I used 1.5"x1.5" t-slot instead of the 25mmx25mm t-slot that Frex uses I get no flexing of the t-slot when I have the forces cranked up. Trust me, its quite a ride. Plus I added it all up, and I saved about 600.00 dollars by having a good source of t-slot.



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And I thought my rig was cool.
:roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:

Plywood and CRT Monitor ROFL!!!

Still a good effort Fisher , but these days there are some fanatics out there.

I'm not sure I've seen any carbon-fiber in any of the cockpits yet...? C'mon guys, quit skimping!
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Here is mine...not a cockpit really just my desk with all things therepcfane.jpg
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That's some tower you got there fane!

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Edit: You race wearing gloves!?!?
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I race wearing my BMX gloves, feels so much better than bear hands now! I love using gloves!!!
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Yes i race or practice with gloves because my hands become sweaty after a few minutes and it becomes hard to drive.The tower is a coolermaster Stacker with a home made radbox that support 2x360 radiators.Thats how it becames so hight.The watercooling system is controled by aquaero so when the temps go higher,the fans go with more rpms and so on
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Holy Mary, mother of Jesus of Nazareth, Bob!

You could probably get a crappy real-life race car for the price of that setup. And no matter how much I enjoy video games, the best video game in the world isn't as much fun as bringing the crappiest car around a real race track.
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Yes i race or practice with gloves because my hands become sweaty after a few minutes and it becomes hard to drive.The tower is a coolermaster Stacker with a home made radbox that support 2x360 radiators.Thats how it becames so hight.The watercooling system is controled by aquaero so when the temps go higher,the fans go with more rpms and so on
Whollycrapshith!!! how many 3D marks you pull on 3DMARK06? 20 000! LOL :p
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hey fane, nice setup. i reckon that is a saitek keyboard.are you happy with that.does something appear on the little lcd screen while playing gtr2 ( like temperatures of the car, erx? )

but how are you speakers set ? you have them all on the desk and nothing behind or am i not seeing well!

don't wanna be in your shoes if you ever have to carry your computer to a computer centre.........
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hey fane, nice setup. i reckon that is a saitek keyboard.are you happy with that.does something appear on the little lcd screen while playing gtr2 ( like temperatures of the car, erx? )

but how are you speakers set ? you have them all on the desk and nothing behind or am i not seeing well!

don't wanna be in your shoes if you ever have to carry your computer to a computer centre.........
Keyboard is a Logitech G15 (old model) .
And what appears on the screen depends on scripts you can download, or write yourself
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