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Especially on busy servers, or in Liberation, I notice that if I cycle through too many external views, or load into too many unique airplanes my frames will start getting very jittery until I close DCS entirely and restart.  It makes everything in VR jittery, even the oculus menu.

Once DCS is fully closed Oculus home returns to being smooth again.  Feels like memory management issues.

 

i9-10850k

32GB RAM

EVGA 3070

Rift-S

 

latest nvida drivers

 

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Same issue here.

Similar specs as you, also Rift S and RTX3070.

 

I have found some similarities with players having bad fps in vr using oculus and also 3070's.

 

I have tried almost everything to fix this.

No solution yet unfortunatelly.

Im almost starting to think this is a Oculus only thing.

 

Im also getting overall bad fps in mp. Lots of kickbacks to 20 or less fps.

Changing ingame visual settings dont make a change in fps.

 

Next thing im gonna try is Rebar.

But im running out of ideas.

 

 


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Have you tried Steam-VR instead of Oculus . If possible . I seen a YouTube video were He added DCS to steam . And used Steam-VR and turned on DX11. Got smooth game play . Also there is a memory issue . Are you freeing up memory cache in win10 .  


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I have used steam years ago but not with DCS.

I normally only see more negatives using steam vs standalone.

 

So your saying you dont need the oculus software when using steamvr?

Cant imagine that being true.

 

Im gonna check whatever that dx11 option does for dcs and if that helps my vr performance.

Thanks for the info!


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1 hour ago, RvL said:

I have used steam years ago but not with DCS.

I normally only see more negatives using steam vs standalone.

 

So your saying you dont need the oculus software when using steamvr?

Cant imagine that being true.

 

Im gonna check whatever that dx11 option does for dcs and if that helps my vr performance.

Thanks for the info!

 

 

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This morning i installed Steam and SteamVR.

 

After starting DCS there is no way to enter a settingsscreen like the video is showing.

I guess that is a WMR only thing and is not possible with a oculus headset.

 

That way its not possible to turn on/off dx11.

The only option i have found is changing resolution.

I kept that at 100 procent.

 

After starting DCS and entering a MP server i noticed even worse fps and screentearing and worse graphics compared to playing without SteamVR.

 

I really have no clue anymore what to do anymore to have a nice DCS experience.

 

Its really keeping me from playing this game. Really frustrating...

 

Edit: another thing thats happening all the time is that when playing and im taking the headset off my head for a few seconds, and then put it back on again, my fps is locked arround 20fps with bad lag. Only thing i can do is close DCS to solve it.

 

 

 


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