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I "watched" this video, meaning the first few minutes and then went to the conclusions. I have the link going to the conclusions. DCS: Nvidia Control Panel — effective or bogus? I followed his recommendations and see an improvement. I would say my stutter is less.

 

It clearly did not hurt FPS, I have to do some more testing in other missions to compare.

 

 

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7 hours ago, DutchCoolHand said:

I "watched" this video, meaning the first few minutes and then went to the conclusions. I have the link going to the conclusions. DCS: Nvidia Control Panel — effective or bogus? I followed his recommendations and see an improvement. I would say my stutter is less.

 

It clearly did not hurt FPS, I have to do some more testing in other missions to compare.

 

 

It's great to see a handful of VR players are now actually benchmarking properly - sadly this is still far from the norm.

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SteamVR/Video Settings/Application Specific settings. If you set Throttling behavior to Auto and your PC can't get reliable 90 (or 120 in this case) FPS gets halved. And since motion smoothing is disabled you get 60 fps without motion smoothing too

 

 

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Long story short if you want to benchmark dcs in VR set Throttling behaviour to Fixed max fps disabling mothing smoothing at the same time


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I don’t use Steam so did not not know what Auto throttling was. As I said,I reset all my settings to default in the control panel as he recommends and works better. Last night I flew in MSFS2020 and it looked better and smoother. No benchmark but just flying it. 

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5 hours ago, VitS said:

I use the most recently updated version of SteamVR but I do not see the "throttling behavior" option for the DCS "SteamVR/Video Settings/Application Specific settings". I also use the HP Reverb Pro. 🤨

 

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I set Throttling fxed to 120 fps and Refresh rate of my Index to 120hz. If i set lower Throttling fixed to 60 fps and Refresh Rate to 90hz DCS gets with some stutters.

To me works smotther with this config.

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