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  1. If you have money to burn get a proper button box that's fancy, they are around $200. Here is what I run for $32 it works great. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07NGSNJV8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  2. I put grip tape on certain keys so I can feel where I am at. Once you log some seat time it's all muscle memory. My set up is a tm16000, rudders, throttle, stick and a 38 key key pad for a poor mans button box
  3. I agree with these philosophies as well. Sounds very close to my settings (but ss at 100% on the reverb)
  4. thanks for that @Senor_Jefe-6 pretty damn impressive for *only* 1.34 on the v core.
  5. 😂@Senor_Jefe-6 stop motivating all of us at 5.0 to go up even higher 😂 *goes into bios*
  6. I'd stick with an index if u have a 1080. Set up video posted in 1st post here for anyone who is interested
  7. V2 is all they sell now. Pro version has a different facial interface is the only difference from standard version I believe
  8. the jerky / lack of smoothness from VR is only realized when viewing on a single screen. the experience in the head set is very smooth if you can hit and hold the required frame rates for your head set, usually 80 or 90 fps. This is why screen captures and VR videos are so un popular they look awful. but its not like that at all in the head set...
  9. @Alonzo you will love the reverb. believe me, its a massive improvement in clarity over an index at 10.5 million pixels on IL2. So it should blow a rift S out of the water (reverb is 9.3M pixels native but its WAY more clear than index)
  10. if you have a bad ass PC and a reverb IL2 is wonderful in VR.
  11. I agree 100% the software only IPD adjustment is definitely not ideal and a manual slider is, and should be, the industry standard.
  12. you will find that in VR IL2 is CPU bound the vast majority of the time. This might sound crazy but IMHO a 4.9gHz processor and fast ram are a requirement. Unless you want to be in re-projection mode...which is less than ideal to say the least.
  13. the reverb has adjustable IPD, although its through software and not a mechanical adjustment, i believe it has 58mm all the way to 70mm and is definitely adjustable
  14. Open VR drop is what u need. Streaming in VR is tough because the display VR mirror is only 45 fps and VR streams are hard to watch even at 60
  15. @Alonzo. Given all you do for the community I will do a benchmarking test at 3200, 3600, 4000 and 4400 video just for you. I have not tested ram overclocking independently yet and many people ask about it. I only run XMP to OC the ram for the time being, but I would love to learn more about manual ram overclocking / tightening up my timings. I am at CL19 currently
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