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Still messing with optimisation of settings. Oculus Rift. Set PD at 2.5. Only other real change to settings so far are the clutter / tree distance sliders ect and I set SSAA at 1.5 to see what effect it would have on CPU and GPU load.

 

Flying Hornet, low level over built up area at pretty much mach 1. Smooth movement and no stutters.

 

 

Performance graph. CPU Vs GPU.

 

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Initial settings with 2.5 PD

 

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think I will order one

 

 

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GPU at 98% holy moly. Try it in an area with a lot of explosions/tracer fire. Have you overclocked it yet?

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Sounds promising!

Looking forward to getting my EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra!

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How does PD 2.5 compare to 1.5-1.0?

Why not MSAA instead of SSAA?

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GPU at 98% holy moly.

Winter is coming so you will save plenty by no heating your room :D

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Does SSAA work in VR?

 

What kind of FPS do you get? ASW on or off?

 

Do you see a difference in image quality between PD 2.0 and 2.5?

 

1. Appears to make a difference and loads up the card more than MSAA. I am looking for a worse case scenario and working back.

 

2. No idea. ASW on but not seeing any artifacts.

 

Currently have PD at 2.3 and SSAA at 2.0. Resolution of cockpit slightly better, can read the time and distance to waypoint text on the top right of the Hornet MFCD without leaning forward.

 

Medium range much sharper. Buildings not blurred at 10,000ft. Runway lights seen at 20, 000ft on night mission. Individual streetlights apparent at 8000ft.

Runway lights on approach seen approx 2 - 3x distance further out.

 

Terrain very much sharper out to maybe 20 miles.

 

I did get a very slight stutter during ACM while missiles were in the air and planes were going down, while maneuvering hard at about 14,000ft over Iran. My stupid overclocked 980TI was a stuttering, jittering, slideshow wreck at that point.

 

Whether it was CPU or GPU causing it, I don't know as I was far too exciteable to peer down the nose gap at task manager.

 

All in all, I'm impressed with it. I have absolutely no doubt that it will run rift 2 with ease if the resolution is doubled as will my 4790k.


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What is the VRAM usage?

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It may not be. What I am seeing may be PD alone, but it is loading the system which is the whole point. Finding the limits of what my 4790k and the card can handle.

 

I'm looking to next gen VR when I ordered the 2080TI, not this one. If I had listened to some advice on these fora, I'd have scrapped my rig, replaced it with something else and bought a 1080 instead and blown a small fortune in the process. Then had to replace it again when gen 2 was released.

 

 

Facts, not opinions are what I'm chasing and that means evaluating every setting in the fullness of time.

What I have found so far is the 4790k is handling it all rather well and since I was planning on upgrading the CPU, board and RAM next year, I don't need to, esp when Vulkan is implemented. Happy days indeed.

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Can you show the CPU core usage?

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Medium range much sharper. Buildings not blurred at 10,000ft. Runway lights seen at 20, 000ft on night mission. Individual streetlights apparent at 8000ft.

Runway lights on approach seen approx 2 - 3x distance further out.

 

Terrain very much sharper out to maybe 20 miles.

 

 

That’s an interesting information.

 

 

 

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That’s an interesting information.

 

 

 

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Yes. However please do remember that all these visual descriptions are highly subjective perceptions. I have tried to quantify them for people to compare with their current performance and most of this subjective testing is on the PG map in moonlight as I rarely do day missions.

 

The differences are subtle and more a case of "wow that looks better and sharper". But how can you quantify something looking sharper or more detailed?

 

Flying off the coast of Dubai, maybe 5-6 miles out, in moonlight at 30,000ft. I could see the Burg al Arab. Not clearly, but for the first time, I could tell there was a building there. An attempt to quantify this for repeatability. Moonlight, just further out than the outer edge of the larger Palm and the world islands, 30,000ft altitude if you want to try repeat it and see if I am just having a placebo moment.

 

I would not recommend anyone ordering a 2080TI based on my visual descriptions alone. Take those with a healthy dose of salt.

 

I set the quick daylight mission for low level at high speed over a built up area to demonstrate how much headroom the CPU had when supplying data to the new card. I deliberately loaded the card to test VRAM performance, temps (78C but did not hear fans kick in) ect.

 

This thread was initially started to inform some who were interested in my reporting back how the 4790k handled the 2080TI and if it would be a bottleneck.

Hopefully I have helped those with a 4790k make a decision on whether they need to upgrade their CPU and board or not in preparation for second gen headsets.

 

I say a resounding not.


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Just ordered the Asus 2080ti blower

 

 

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Great stuff. A lot of money and a lot of performance that Rift CV1 display cannot take full advantage of, but you are set for gen 2. Of that I am confident.

 

Still very early days yet.

 

As the drivers mature and evolve, esp if ED adopt DLSS and Vulkan, as the song says.......

 

Things can only get better.

 

Conclusion.

 

 

So the burning question... Do I have any regrets over blowing the thick end of £1400 on the factory overclocked Asus 2080TI? Certainly not at this moment in time. It's given VR, my rig and Rift a new lease of life. Very impressed and with my planned 2019 CPU replacement schedule now firmly on hold, that cash will go towards gen two headset instead.

I will be watching pimax and star VR threads very closely since CV2 has not been announced. Decisions decisions.


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Great stuff. A lot of money and a lot of performance that Rift CV1 display cannot take full advantage of, but you are set for gen 2. Of that I am confident.

 

Still very early days yet.

 

As the drivers mature and evolve, esp if ED adopt DLSS and Vulkan, as the song says.......

 

Things can only get better.

 

Conclusion.

 

 

So the burning question... Do I have any regrets over blowing the thick end of £1400 on the factory overclocked Asus 2080TI? Certainly not at this moment in time. It's given VR, my rig and Rift a new lease of life. Very impressed and with my planned 2019 CPU replacement schedule now firmly on hold, that cash will go towards gen two headset instead.

I will be watching pimax and star VR threads very closely since CV2 has not been announced. Decisions decisions.

 

Sounding good, hope to have my EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra here before too much longer.

I will be using it with an i7 4820k running at 4.50 GHz.

What is your 4790k running?

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Sounding good, hope to have my EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra here before too much longer.

I will be using it with an i7 4820k running at 4.50 GHz.

What is your 4790k running?

 

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When did SSAA start working in VR?

 

 

I found this oculus reddit article that explains why it seems to work.

 

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Just saying, but a 2.5 PD is already 525% more pixels than 1.0 PD. 2.5 is a lot. I highly doubt you can see any difference between 1.8 and 2.5?

 

And if SSAA 1.5 works, or would work, you'd be running 1300% more pixels than a clean PD 1.0, in the rendering process (not display, where it of course scales all that rendered stuff back to headset resolution). Or what would be almost 18 1080p monitors, or 4 4K displays. Just to put things a little in perspective here. Total overkill. Maybe dial PD and SSAA (doubt this works) back some, and gain a lot more fps - even if you say its smooth, I find it hard to believe you would see 45 fps with those settings. No doubt the card is powerful.

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This sounds very promising.

I would love to see some FPS numbers.

And, I’ll wait until I can get a liquid cooled 2080TI. Shouldn’t take too long, but there will probably be more performance reports before before then :)

 

Unfortunately I'm not on steam, so don't know how to get frame rate figures. Oculus tray tool has not worked since I moved a bunch of stuff over onto drive 3.

 

All I can say is for the most part everything is butter smooth. Even turning onto the runway where I used to suffer bad frame rate dips.

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Unfortunately I'm not on steam, so don't know how to get frame rate figures. Oculus tray tool has not worked since I moved a bunch of stuff over onto drive 3.

 

All I can say is for the most part everything is butter smooth. Even turning onto the runway where I used to suffer bad frame rate dips.

 

Use DCS's own. LCTRL+PAUSE/BREAK.

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Just saying, but a 2.5 PD is already 525% more pixels than 1.0 PD. 2.5 is a lot. I highly doubt you can see any difference between 1.8 and 2.5?

 

And if SSAA 1.5 works, or would work, you'd be running 1300% more pixels than a clean PD 1.0, in the rendering process (not display, where it of course scales all that rendered stuff back to headset resolution). Or what would be almost 18 1080p monitors, or 4 4K displays. Just to put things a little in perspective here. Total overkill. Maybe dial PD and SSAA (doubt this works) back some, and gain a lot more fps - even if you say its smooth, I find it hard to believe you would see 45 fps with those settings. No doubt the card is powerful.

 

 

You are of course correct. These will not be my final settings, even stuff like ground clutter can be dialled back.

The purpose of this test is to load up the card and get solid figures on CPU usage. I already dialled PD back to 2.3 and upped SSAA to 2x, which seems to work better. However, all this is subjective and we are talking tiny changes that are difficult to spot at times. Other times, it is wow, that looks nice.

 

No point spending several weeks wages on a card and not running close to 100%.

 

I will know more when I try my Huey daytime missions in Normandy and Caucasus. If Normandy loses the shimmering trees it will be good.


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