Sounds like it's mapped to something else unintentionally. Either a button that gets 'held' or an axis by the description.
Is it definitely the trim that's affected and not the pitch axis itself? Should be able to tell by the trim indicator on the external view HUD.
What other devices are...
Posting this makes me feel I'm going a bit mad.
Thought recently my Logitech G513 keyboard was on the blink because I keep typing - and correcting - double key presses. Mostly but not limited to the space bar. I did a quick google which seemed to suggest this actually is an issue with them...
Quite tempted by the Apache but as someone who only flies offline I'm concerned about having to rely on the AI copilot. Also can't see how operating the TADS is gonna be much fun without specific hardware.
Thanks for the suggestions all. Definitely looks like Argus would do it, and Fan Control seems worth checking out also.
At the moment I've got it configured as I suggested up thread. Radiator fans (in front, out top) controlled by water temp and the other chassis fans (in bottom, out back) via...
Thanks. Hadn't considered the system temp option but will look into that. Have a feeling it will lag behind the more direct sensors though.
Guess my other option is to have the water temp control the radiator fans and the GPU as the source for the others. There's intake and exhaust for each so...
Here's a mockup of what I'd expect Armoury Crate to look like with this sort of thing. T sensor (water) currently highest, but if the GPU were put to use that would quickly pass it and increase the fan speed accordingly.
Maybe I should send it to Asus?
My CPU is on a custom loop and doesn't need much in the way of fan speed to stay cool, even under load. Using Asus Armoury Crate I have the water temp as input, all fans set to idle at 32c and 100% at 40c. Regular desktop use doesn't see the fans really kick in, and even under full-core...
If ethernet solves the problem but isn't a practical long term solution, maybe mesh wifi would be? PC connected to the satellite by ethernet.
There's also powerline, but my own experience of that was pretty poor.
SLI is irrelevant for video or 3D rendering. Even if you have the option it shouldn't be enabled.
Two 3080s would work together perfectly well, and be much faster than a 3090. Until you run out of vram. :)
Me too, but it's not exactly difficult to draw a diagonal-ish line. Quite impressed I got exactly the same as what @pacegod suggested above.
BTW, ideal screen angle depends a lot on how far you are from them. With 27" monitors, 45 degrees works if your eyes are about 750mm from the centre...
Without intending to be a smartarse:
1. Draw a 60mm line on a piece of paper
2. Draw two 60mm lines from either end at ~45deg
3. Measure distance between the ends
4. That x10 is how much space the triples will need
Granted it will only be approximate, but given there's flexibility in the...
100% is simply the maximum torque available. It's not supposed to represent anything to do with realism.
I'd suggest setting the wheel to something comfortable, and then adjust FFB strength in game as necessary.
Disaster averted, hopefully. Was dark and difficult to see when I checked last night, but on closer inspection it looks like I'm safe here...
Looks like a completely different component to the ones in the videos. Maybe easier to tell which way round these are?
Still have my 9900k and z390 Hero - so much for brand loyalty.
Unfortunately I'm watercooled and can't switch back to that without the PITA that is draining and refilling. Guess the simpler option would be to get a bog-standard 1151 air cooler in the meantime.