Good morning! I wanted to know if the new 409 driver and to install on the podium ps4 ps5 thank you
410 yes lol now
I find the new FF scaling mode is very good on my ps5 podium !! on asseto and dirt 2.0 the car has permanent support (steering wheel feeling)
FFS is the direct replacement for LIN (linearity). So now instead of the setting LIN to either ON or OFF you choose the FF scale PEAK or LINEAR, which also should be better understandable for most people.
At the risk of appearing stupid, I still don't fully understand this feature. More precisely, I don't understand why it affects output strength when low values are selected. For example, if force is is set to 25 there is no chance of clipping - the output will always be linear. Yet 25 peak is stronger than 25 linear. It would make sense to only scale to linear when peak force will potentially be exceeded. As it stands it's simply low torque mode with a different name.
Peak uses the maximum peak torque available on the base as a reference point, so for a DD1 this would be 20Nm. Setting the FFB to 50% means you get a maximum torque of 10Nm in PEAK mode.
Linear uses the minimum holding torque available on the base as a reference point, so for a DD1 that would be 15Nm. Setting the FFB to 50% then means 7,5Nm of maximum torque in LINEAR mode.
So as the maximum torque in each mode differs with the exact same settings it always feels weaker in LINEAR mode, because the maximum torque is lower.
Exactly correct. As you say - at 50% the output will be linear no matter whether FFS is set to PEAK or LINEAR. The only difference is the first will give linear response within a 0 - 10 N m parameter and the second will give linear response within 0 - 7.5 N m parameter. So it's simply another low torque mode. It makes no sense to me that force is reduced when peaking will not occur.
No, low torque mode limits the maximum available torque to 10Nm at 100%, that isn't the case with LINEAR.
Yes, I didn't say it did the same torque as the actual 'low torque mode' - I said it was 'another low torque mode'. There is a difference.
As I explained, in your example using 50%, LINEAR simply lowers torque and makes no difference to linearity. Response is linear in both PEAK and LINEAR.
Confusing, isn't it?