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  1. We've got a 4k 43" monitor. When it's time for Simulation the VR HMD come out (Reverb G2 & Rift S), and the 4k gathers dust. There's a place for pancake monitors in gaming... but those days are long gone for seated simulations. VR for the clear win. imo. YMMV.
  2. Rift CV1 no flickering during loading screens. Reverb G2... mind numbing flickering during loading. Please fix. I'll also add that DCS is the only program I run with the G2 that has this problem.
  3. Did you try updating or rolling back to a previous Nvidia driver?
  4. Tips HP put out this info yesterday. Shipping info and user tips: HP Reverb G2 Virtual Reality Headset – Shipping Update For the users that have received their HP Reverb G2 headsets and are new to WMR, here are a few links from Microsoft that should help you get setup. WMR Enthusiasts Guide: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...husiast-guide/ Reverb G2 FAQ: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...e/reverbg2-faq Questions on the SteamVR + WMR Bridge? https://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetDoc...e=4AA7-5433ENW Questions about the controllers with your SteamVR games? https://docs.microsoft.
  5. REVERB G2 SETUP GUIDE [WMR & STEAM VR] VR Flight Sim Guy provides lots of essential setup tips in the above video. He provides a special bonus tip for a certain recently released flight simulator with impending VR support.
  6. Thanks for this tip! Curious what CPU/GPU you are running? Cheers :thumbup:
  7. This doc might help with setup WMR. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...-mixed-reality
  8. This seems to have lots of info. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/mixed-reality/enthusiast-guide/using-steamvr-with-windows-mixed-reality
  9. Thanks for the first impressions! Keep them coming! Especially as it relates to DCS. Much appreciated as we wait for ours to arrive. :thumbup:
  10. Rotation speed also depends on your a/c weight. Heavier weight = higher rotation speed. If you rotate too early (at too slow a speed). It will take more elevator to rotate the aircraft and you will spend longer at a nose high attitude waiting for the aircraft to fly.
  11. Yeah. Canada Eh! :thumbup: Standing by for first hand report. PC-Canada? Can I ask when u ordered?
  12. It's a work of art. Thank you Chuck!
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