Controller:Logitech Gamepad F310

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Logitech Gamepad F310
Logitech Gamepad F310.png
XInput support
Predecessor

Key points

Input mode compatibility switch on the back of the controller; use X for XInput games and D for DirectInput games.[1]
Does not support vibration (unlike the Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510 and Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710).

Issues unresolved[edit]

Large deadzone[edit]

The F310 has a Logitech created deadzone of around 20% of the analog sticks. This means that the controller can feel unresponsive and jerky, as subtle movements are not registered. This is not a major issues for games that do not force their own deadzones, but for titles like Dead Space which do they become almost unplayable, as only the most extreme analog stick movements are detected by the game.

Issues fixed[edit]

Incorrect controls in some games[edit]

Set input mode switch[1]
  1. Exit the game.
  2. Set the input mode switch on the back; use X for XInput (most recent games) or D for DirectInput (older games).
  3. Restart the game.

Notes

If you change the input mode while the game is running it might still not see the controller correctly.

References