Logitech G923 TRUEFORCE Steering Wheel On Test

Logitech recently launched a new steering wheel called the G923 TRUEFORCE. But the model doesn't seem that new, because the design remin...

Logitech recently launched a new steering wheel called the G923 TRUEFORCE. But the model doesn't seem that new, because the design reminds us strongly of the previous model G920. Inside, however, a few little things have changed and one of them is something special. It's called TrueForce and is supposed to turn the world of steering wheels completely upside down. We took a closer look and will tell you whether the Logitech G923 TRUE FORCE is worth buying.

The Design has not Changed

Logitech saw no reason to change the design of the new steering wheel. So it corresponds completely to the previous model G920 and also feels identical.

So it's more of an update than a whole new device. It is available in two variants, one for the Xbox and one for the Playstation. Both variants can be used on the PC without any problems.

We Open the Pack

In the packaging, we find the main device including the steering wheel, the pedal set including the three pedals for gas, brake, and clutch, and one cable each for the power supply and connection to the console or PC.

The contact surfaces of the pedals are made of aluminum, the rest is made of plastic. Overall, the device seems more stable than most other models in this price range.

The steering wheel has a diameter of 26 cm, which is just below the average of the competition. It is covered with artificial leather and therefore feels very handy and sporty.

The shift paddles and buttons are all very easy to reach, and we didn't have any problems here even during a running race. On the PC you can assign the individual keys individually by installing the G-Hub app.

If you want to use the steering wheel on Xbox, you should keep two things in mind.

The dial for fine adjustments to ABS, brake strength, and Co. and the Rev lamps, which are supposed to show you the best time to shift gears, do not work on the Microsoft console.

The force feedback hasn't changed from the previous model either. A so-called "gear drive heart" consists of two meshing gear wheels and provides greater resistance when steering.

The device requires a little more than two-newton meters of effort from the driver. In the segment of steering wheels under 500 euros, this is quite reasonable, but the more expensive competition offers a little more here.

Violent steering maneuvers can be carried out with little effort. The driver gets the information about the chassis and the nature of the course better with other models in a higher price range.

However, the steering wheel is completely sufficient for beginners and advanced users in the field of racing simulations.

Unfortunately, Logitech sticks to the plastic clamps, which tend to break off after a few years, for table attachment. The fans usually build spare parts in the 3D printer or have them printed by members of the community.

The components are reasonably stable and will last a relatively long time if handled properly. If you don't want to trust the whole thing, you can bolt the steering wheel to a race stand.

The Difference to the Predecessors

The new TrueForce technology sets the G923 apart from its competition. The steering wheel uses the new technology to measure the sound of the engine and the physical condition of the track.

Both signals are transmitted to the steering wheel rim in the form of vibrations. The player should have a more authentic driving experience in the games designed for this.

The new feature currently works on the PS4 in the Gran Turismo Sport game and on the PC in games such as iRacing, Forza Horizon 4, and Assetto Corsa Competizione.

You still have to manually adjust the game options for the new features to be noticeable. In the future, there will be more compatible titles and updates for previous titles.

The effects are currently very different. In Gran Turismo Sport, the engine currently only emits very weak vibrations. The new feature comes into its own in the curves.

With Assetto Corsa Competizione, the new effects come into their own. The roar of the engine is transmitted to the driver's fingertips. The moment when you activate the ignition and the steering wheel vibrates slightly is particularly beautiful.

The intensity can be adjusted in the game's menu.

The new version of the steering wheel doesn't necessarily give the driver better lap times, but it just feels better to drive. You have the feeling that you are sitting in a real car.

The steering wheel vibrates because the car finally wants to drive off. As you take the horses onto the street, you will feel increasing vibrations. The intoxication of speed comes over you and the fun factor increases.

We love this realistic experience and don't want to drive with the old steering wheel anymore.

Unfortunately, the new steering wheel also makes a lot of noise. The scratchy and slightly hollow vibration noise comes to around 64 dB at full power.

Without the new feature, however, the steering wheel remains nice and quiet. In the future, TrueForce will have to adapt even better to the respective racing games and in some cases still have to be configured correctly so that noise and vibration are correctly recorded.


In summary, it can be said that the Logitech G923 TRUE FORCE is a very solid entry-level steering wheel. Logitech delivers a product with a good price-performance ratio for just under 400 euros.

The previous model will probably be available for significantly less money in the future, so you should also consider it. TRUE FORCE is the only feature that justifies buying the 923.

The steering wheel could thus establish a new standard because it gives racing simulations a new level of realism.


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