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    If I could get a $500 1080+/60p iRacing box, I might be more interested in that than the new consoles. Since that doesn't exist, I've just been watching videos of people playing Project CARS 2 on the XSX and PS5 with curiosity.
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    I think you could easily build a purely iRacing box for that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rare White Ape View Post
    I think you could easily build a purely iRacing box for that price.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/BnBD4...l-gaming-build

    Something like that?
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    Yep, absolutely. You don't need anything fancy to run iRacing.

    Unless the developer goes wild and rewrites the graphics engine to meet 2020 AAA game specifications...

    It'll do Assetto and Project Cars 2 just nicely as well.

    In fact, PC2 runs on one of the friendliest game engines out there. It's so easy to get stable 60fps at max settings with it.

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    iRacing is not the economical option for sim racing. Full disclosure, I have spent about $600 on iRacing, totaling up all the cars and tracks and membership fees I paid for. I bought over 40 pieces of content, so I get 20% off everything now. There are a few cars I regret buying, but I use most of the things I bought regularly.

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    Hmmm, good to know.
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    You buy "in" iRacing only if you are sure about regular and continous commitment.
    And in being able to tolerate the awful graphics (With everything pushed at maximum - I mean everything - my 3600 and 2070 Super on a 21:9 1080p monitor was only using up about 3-3.5GB of the 8GB of Vram of my GPU. And it still looked like a game from 7 years ago).

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    Blerpa likes to use hyperbole. The graphics are fine to normal people.

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    Yup.

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    I've seen them plenty, and like them. More importantly, though, it has a lot of content I like, and seems to be the most consistent place to get good online racing. Assetto Corsa Competizione doesn't have enough American tracks nor any Corvettes, and Project CARS 2 is likely pretty dead for online users considering its age and that it has what is in name a sequel (even though it loses all of the qualities that drew me to the series in the first place).

    And then there's GT Sport, which I don't know enough about to buy a PlayStation solely for it.
    Get that weak shit off my track

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