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blackbelter

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS A10-C, Flaming Cliffs 3
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    Singapore
  1. Anybody tested vr performance with 376.09? I am stuck with a six month old driver because of vr.
  2. I can't thank you enough! 368.69 worked brilliantly! I can now play in VR with ASW off almost constantly at 90 FPS (although it's just a simple mission, with two planes dog fighting in a not-so-densely-populated area)! Never expected the driver can make such a huge difference!
  3. And DCS has been expecting VR... The DCS experience in VR is just unspeakably awesome... I become a better pilot simply because of the better perception of relative position and distance in VR. And the immersion... OMG! I am so glad that I bought an Oculus Rift. The frame rate, though, still needs improvement... I have set everything to low (see attachment), except the pixel density was 1.8. I am getting as low as ~20 FPS when looking at the ground. The stuttering is very obvious. I am on 1.5.5 and 2.0.4. Both installs yield about the same results. My specs is: i5-3570K at 4.3 Nvidi
  4. It is considered an overclock. Maybe try increase the voltage a little and see?
  5. 1.5.3 is now silky smooth. Hoping that 1.5.4 does not change things in this respect.
  6. "The Rift’s American base price is US$599, but in Taiwan it costs US$650 and the Japanese price of Y83,800 is equivalent to more than US$700. And that’s before shipping costs, which are likely to be substantial." Quoted from https://www.techinasia.com/oculus-rift-preorders-taiwan-japan-cost-small-fortune
  7. It's not cheap, and my 6802g can't run it well. But why do I still feel the urge...
  8. I am a bit concerned with the flight model... How realistic is it? On ED's scale, is it closer to AFM or PFM?
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