Logitech G920 vs Thrustmaster TMX

When you are enjoying a game of racing, you will be noticed by the equipments of VR racing. If you want to buy, make sure you are on the right and the best options because you will spend too much money if you buy the wrong one. Logitech G920 and Thrustmaster TMX are two different things of course, but many reviews said that they are the most favorite one among gamers outside. For the next explanations, we give you an article of comparison titled Logitech G920 vs Thrustmaster TMX.

Logitech G920
The G920 does have weaker FFB than the TX. At 100% the G920 is strong enough for liking. The G920 does make some noise especially When the wheel is turning with FFB.The G920 does get a gear chatter that is loud and annoying with certain FFB effects, most noticeable for me when driving off a circuit onto the grass. There is a small deadzone to the G920 at centre, but it’s so small it’s not an issue. If you’re driving down a straight on a track, the only thing you might miss is a little bump. The included pedals that come with the G920 are fantastic. The brake pedal was stiff, but once it breaks in it is easier to modulate and very progressive. The buttons are clearly marked and everything feels quality and the leather wrap is fantastic and this feels like something that will last a long time. The one knock agains the G920 is you are stuck using the included pedals and wheels.As for the $400 US price, We think the shifter should be included. (Read also : Logitech G920 vs Thrustmaster TX)

Thrustmaster TMX
The Thrustmaster TMX is the ying to the PS4 and PC compatible T150 yang. It features the same specs as the T150, including 12-bit resolution wheel, 5”/13 cm tall metal shifter paddles, desk clamp as the wheel cannot be hard mounted but the pedals can be, and 12 action buttons + directional d-pad. It lacks any adjustability on the Xbox One other than in the controller settings. Also the ability to update drivers on the PC is handy. They add many features and improve the functioning of the cooling fan over time. The paddle shifters are pretty good at least with a satisfying click and the pedals have a spring but it doesn’t offer progressive feedback which makes braking difficult. It comes with the T3PA pedals and leather 28 gt wheel rim and there are aftermarket wheels, pedals, and shifter to get. So you have some customization options. As for price, the TX at around $300 US is a good deal. Budget for new pedals and a better rim or buy the limited edition version with both upgrades included.

- The definitive sim racing wheel for Xbox One: Realistic steering and pedal action for the latest racing titles
- Built to last: Durable solid steel ball bearings, stainless steel pedals and hand-stitched leather wheel grip
- Dual-motor force feedback: Realistically simulates the racing experience with smooth, quiet helical gearing
- 900° force feedback base. Mixed belt-pulley and gears system, metal ball-bearing axle
- Realistic “competition” wheel design: 11”/28 cm in diameter, with an ergonomic design perfectly adapted for all racing games
- Xbox One certified embedded software: the racing wheel is automatically recognized by the Xbox One

Logitech G920 vs Thrustmaster TMX
The materials on the G29 are better. The wheel itself on the T150 is plastic and rubber. It looks and feels more like a toy than the real thing. The paddles are great though. But, so far, TMX has a mixed gear and pulley system. This is supposed to be an advantage over the G29, but again, hard to compare for me which is better.