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Old 10-13-2019, 11:35 AM   #51
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I just dropped a pair of CBU-97's over a convoy with my A-10C in VR and bailed out over the impact zone. While slowly gliding down it was a quite impressing view of the mess i created. After landing on the ground a walked the battlefield on foot and watched how the other guys on the server finished the job. Priceless experience in VR! And the sound was also amazing.
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Old 10-13-2019, 12:04 PM   #52
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Eaglecash, supersampling (i.e. raising pixel density) and msaa don't work good together; if your 2080ti can handle msaa and reverb native resolution without raising pixel density, then surely you have a boost in performance. With my 2070 I keep PD 1.2 and no msaa, and I have about the same performance than with PD 1.0. The big frame dropper Is the combination of the two (msaa and PD). That said, I was quite satisfied even with Rift cv1 that for sure had a poorer visual quality, so I think It Is personal preference and expectations. VR should be tested before buying, because we are all different one each other. Nevertheless, for what I'm concerned I totally agree with you: flying in VR is like flying a plane, flying on a monitor is like watching an interactive movie about flying a plane. I Just wait for a couple of gloves to interact with my phisical hotas and the cockpit without intermediaries, and then I can gladly die!
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