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Hey guys, quick question: I've noticed that VR performance in cockpit in the A10 is a bit choppy. Any one else notice this? If so. How did you fix it? Thanks!

 

For me it actually seems smoother than the A10C "I"

 

You might try deleting the FXO and metashader2 files if you haven't done so since the most recent update - see if that helps you at all.

 

As another said, the A10C "II" seems to have better performance than the F/A-18C or the F-16C for me (in terms of FPS in cockpit).

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ziptie

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Airframes: A10C, A10CII, F/A-18C, F-14B, F-16C, FC3. Modules: Combined Arms, Supercarrier. Terrains: Persian Gulf, Nevada NTTR, Syria

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It's actually been very smooth for me. (my specs noted in my sig). Loving the new Hawg.

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Hey guys, quick question: I've noticed that VR performance in cockpit in the A10 is a bit choppy. Any one else notice this? If so. How did you fix it? Thanks!

 

What HMD do you have?

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Yes, it's choppy for me too. I never had a problem with the previous A-10C before the Tank Killer upgrade. I'm guessing maybe it's to do with the extra processing required to run the new helmet mounted sight.

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I'm not seeing any difference between the 2 modules in VR, get a reasonable 40ish FPS with VR on low settings. On each OB update I delete the contents of the FXO and metashader2 folders too so this may help.

Hardware - Windows 10 Pro, Intel i7 4770 3.4Ghz, 32gb DDR3, Vega 56 8gb, 250gb SSD & 500gb M.2 SSD for DCS World, Dell VR headset, T.16000M FCS & TWCS Throttle.

Modules - A10C, A10C II, BS2, F16C, F/A18C, L-39, A10A, F15C, MIG 29, SU 33, Supercarrier

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Yes, it's choppy for me too. I never had a problem with the previous A-10C before the Tank Killer upgrade. I'm guessing maybe it's to do with the extra processing required to run the new helmet mounted sight.

 

Have you deleted the contents of the FXO and METASHADERS2 folders? If not, do so and see if it improves your experience. It seems to do so, for many.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ziptie

i7 6700 @4ghz, 32GB HyperX Fury ddr4-2133 ram, GTX980, Oculus Rift CV1, 2x400 gig SSD drives (one soley for DCS OpenBeta standalone) Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS, Thrustmaster Cougar MFDs

 

Airframes: A10C, A10CII, F/A-18C, F-14B, F-16C, FC3. Modules: Combined Arms, Supercarrier. Terrains: Persian Gulf, Nevada NTTR, Syria

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Have you deleted the contents of the FXO and METASHADERS2 folders? If not, do so and see if it improves your experience. It seems to do so, for many.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ziptie

 

Yes, cheers, I was going to try it last night but I got into doing some dogfights in my MiG-15. Off topic I know, but because of the diverse things you can do in DCS it's easy to get side tracked.

 

I'll have another look at it tonight, unless I end up strafing trains with my Gazelle or something! :D

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Yes, cheers, I was going to try it last night but I got into doing some dogfights in my MiG-15. Off topic I know, but because of the diverse things you can do in DCS it's easy to get side tracked.

 

I'll have another look at it tonight, unless I end up strafing trains with my Gazelle or something! :D

 

If that doesn't solve it - turn MSAA off via DCS options menu, if you have it enabled. Might also help you, depending on your machine. I never use it, and instead use Oculus Debug Tool for adjustments / options like that.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ziptie

i7 6700 @4ghz, 32GB HyperX Fury ddr4-2133 ram, GTX980, Oculus Rift CV1, 2x400 gig SSD drives (one soley for DCS OpenBeta standalone) Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS, Thrustmaster Cougar MFDs

 

Airframes: A10C, A10CII, F/A-18C, F-14B, F-16C, FC3. Modules: Combined Arms, Supercarrier. Terrains: Persian Gulf, Nevada NTTR, Syria

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Hey guys, quick question: I've noticed that VR performance in cockpit in the A10 is a bit choppy. Any one else notice this?

Yep, here too. But only when sitting on the runway at start. I would not call it choppy. For me it feels like the entire cockpit shakes "around" me. It's weird. Don't have that in any other module, nor in 2D. Once in the air it's "almost" gone.

Win10 Pro 64-bit, i7-4770K @ 4.5 GHz, Corsair H100i, AsRock Extreme4, ASUS Strix 1080Ti OC 11GB, 32 GB DDR3 G.Skill 2400. Monitors: LG 27GL850-B27 2560x1440 + Samsung SyncMaster 2443 1920x1200, HOTAS: Warthog with Virpil WarBRD base & hegykc MFG Crosswind modded pedals, TrackIR4, Oculus Rift S.

Personal Wish List: A6 Intruder, Vietnam theater, decent ATC module, better VR performance!

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