Logitech G923 TRUEFORCE VS Fanatec Sim Racing Bundles

Logitech G923 Vs Fanatec Bundles

Lately, the sim racing ecosystem is full of new reveals, The most recent was the announcement from Logitech and its new sim racing wheel release, the Logitech G923, Today we are going to analyze and put together every aspect of this new product and compare side by side with the available products in the Fanatec Bundle line,

We want to know if it is worth the investment for you or even change brands. We put together an in-deep research to let you know this.

Which one is better? The brand new Logitech G923 or the well-known Fanatec Bundles, lest find out this.

Logitech G923 Specifications

Last modified: April 22 2023

Logitech G923 sim racing review
Logitech G923

Product Overview

Product TypeRacing Wheel
Editorial Rating8
Ready ForPS4 / PS5 / Xbox One / Xbox X Serie / PC
Product PageLogitech G923


Very well research video ( and honest review about the new G923 Racing Wheel ) worth watching.

A (complete) review for the G923


Logitech G923 Platforms
Logitech G923 Platforms

Made for any game console out there, you can use this new racing wheel with your favorite PS4 console, both the Xbox One and the new Xbox X series, and of course with your personal computer (PC) too, The new G923 like its formers G29 and G290 has the factory option to buy the racing wheel for you prefer console. The controls are built right into the rim for any type of system, including the Xbox and PS4 buttons.

  • Playstation 4: Yes
  • Next-Gen Playstation 5: Yes
  • Xbox One: Yes
  • Next-Gen Xbox Serie X: Yes
  • PC: Yes

No Quick Release

One thing we all were expecting in this new release was the addition of interchangeable rims yet this did not happen to our surprise, they continue using different sim racing wheels for the type of console, Why just not add a quick release? Not sure but a missing critical point for loyal Logitech users.


  • Xbox One game system
  • PlayStation 4 system
  • Windows® 10, 8, 8.1 & 7
  • 150 MB of available hard disk space
  • USB 2.0 port

Force Feedback

Building on that, the G923 adds some suitable refinements on the Force feedback, the new TRUEFORCE force feedback system makes driving even more realistic. But truth be told not too many technical changes were made, the more outstanding is the feature called TrueForce something completely “new” sorts like mechanical vibration and feedback that you would get when the whole chassis is vibrating from the engine and tires, all of it translates thought the steering wheel. It does that by using games physics and audio engine to interpret and provide additional information in real-time.

BUT, It can be used only in a few games right now, Asseto Corsa, GT Sport, and Drid, That’s all my friend, you can´t use this new improvement in other sim racing games, and to be honest with you, even if you are using one of this titles, Trueforce is something that you might not even notice anyway.

Logitech G923 Compatible games
Logitech G923 Compatible games

This new racing wheel comes with a:

  • Rotation: 900 degrees lock-to-lock
  • Hall-effect steering sensor
  • Dual-Motor Force Feedback with TRUEFORCE
  • Overheat safeguard
  • Height: 270 mm (10.6 in)
  • Width: 260 mm (10.2 in)
  • Depth: 278 mm (10.9 in)
  • Weight without cables: 2.25 kg (4.6 Pounds)


  • Wheel spokes: Anodized aluminum
  • Wheel cover Hand-stitched leather
  • Steering shaft: Steel
  • Shifter paddles: Brushed stainless steel
  • Mounting clamps: Glass-filled nylon
  • Pedal frames and arms: cold-rolled steel
  • Pedal faces: Brushed stainless steel
  • Pedal piston sleeves: Polyoxymethylene thermoplastic (POM)


Logitech G923 Pedals
Logitech G923 Pedals

The pedals are the weakest point of Logitech systems, yet a very important part of the sim racing experience for this price range racing wheels. It’s understandable that a $ 400 steering wheel doesn’t focus on creating top-notch pedals, those are reserved for more advanced systems like Fanatec.

  • Nonlinear brake pedal
  • Patented carpet grip system
  • Textured heel grip
  • Self-calibrating

Pedals Physical Specifications  

  • Height: 167 mm (6.5 in)
  • Width: 428.5 mm (18.4 in)
  • Depth: 311 mm (12.2 in)
  • Weight without cables: 3.1 kg (6.8 Pounds)




  • Dual-Motor Force Feedback with TRUEFORCE
  • Rotation: 900 degrees lock-to-lock
  • Overheat safeguard and the Hall-effect steering sensor
  • Pedals are not the best in the market
  • Very good compatibility options for any console and systems
  • They did not add a Quick Release
  • Adjust wheel sensitivity, force feedback levels, and button customization WITH G HUB
  • The same design ( They did nothing to improve the look of this Sim racing wheel.
  • Built-in colored LEDs show your RPM range
  • Trueforce can be used in only 3 games
  • The noise in the motor was not rid
  • Same design and torque output as G29


Logitech G923 vs Fanatec Bundles

ComparisonGran Turismo DD PRO 5NmCSL DD P1 5NmLogitech G923
Price:699.95 €/$ *$499.95 €/$ *$345/289€ * (best price )
Platform:PC, XBox, PlayStationPC, XBoxPC,PS4,PS5,Xbox, Xbox X
Max Torque5Nm5Nm2.1Nm (not official data)
Adjustable brake sensitivity:YesYesYes
Main material:All metal construction excluding pedal facesAll metal construction excluding pedal facesAnodized aluminum, Steel, thermoplastic
Load cell brake:OptionalOptionalNo
Clutch pedal:OptionalOptionalYes (programmable dual clutch)
Degressive clutch: 
ABS brake vibration:NoNoNo
Throttle vibration:NoNo 
Horizontally adjustable:YesYesNo
Vertically adjustable:YesYes 
Direct Drive Yes (5Nm)Yes (5 Nm)  No
Sensors:12-bit resolution12-bit resolution 
Pedal pads:Aluminium, RubberAluminium, RubberPolyoxymethylene thermoplastic (POM)
Expandable torque:Yes, to 8Nm with boost kit 180Yes, to 8Nm with boost kit 180 No
Brake performance kit:   
Hard mount:BottomBottom 
Buy the Product:Gran Turismo DD PRO 5NmCSL DD Race Ready Bundle P1Logitech G923


Compare with the previous generation G920/G29 design the new G923 looks almost identical to it predecessors, Don’t know if it is a smart move from Logitech or not, but it seems they took most of their time in making in-side improvements like the new Force Feedback technology TrueForce.

The G923’s brake pedal is, however, considerably better than its predecessors, there is more pedal travel which helps with muscle memory and precise braking, the feeling is not as precise as Fanatec Clubsport pedals V3, but they are Ok.

The main advantage of the Fanatec CSL DD is that it has the direct drive technology, slightly higher torque (5Nm vs 2.1), and a nicer steering wheel. This comes at a cost of 150-200$/€ more

FAQ – Frequently asked questions

Is the Logitech g923 worth buying in 2023?

I think is one of the better on-budget sim racing wheels out there. Those expecting the Logitech G923 to be a radical improvement from other entry level wheels won’t probably see a huge difference.
At the end of the day, this Sim Racing wheel continues to be a beginner and mid-range sim racing wheel for those looking not to empty their pockets with more expensive setups

Can you use different steering wheels with a Logitech G923?

No, you cannot, there is no quick release system nor a way to replace it

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