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  1. Quick question about flight recordings made while playing with VR. Is it possible to play them back in 2D and control the point of view using TrackIR? It seems like it is not possible. The camera moves the way it did while I was flying when in 1st person mode. I know that I can control the view if I play it back in VR, but that doesn't work if I want to use editing software on the playback.
  2. Didn’t check that... shipped off the card and waiting for it’s return now, will give that a try if it’s still an issue though. Nope, just IL2, Xplane11, and Elite Dangerous. None of those use DX12. Why do you ask?
  3. Yep I eliminated power as a culprit - purchased a 1000w EVGA gold rated PSU (and later returned it). No difference in stuttering between the 1000w PSU and my old 850w PSU. Surprisingly my old 980 Ti was drawing more power under load than the 2080 Super (monitored using GPU-Z) and not stuttering at all on either PSU. I made sure that I had separate rails for each power connection on both PSUs. Good thought, though!
  4. Thanks once again for sharing your experiences! I do have a NVME SSD, no stuttering with my old graphics card so I kinda doubt that is an issue. I haven’t tried 2d games on this card but benchmarks run well. I did get some stuttering in Elite Dangerous using SteamVR as well. I tried two more things, forcibly changing the clock speed on my RAM in the BIOS and I flashed the BIOS for my ASRock Z390 Extreme4 mb to the latest version which has “PCIe improvements”. I think it was better but still had a few flashes during flight. I will try enabling multi threading in the BIOS for one more test before i box it all back up and return the card to EVGA. So crazy that my old 980 Ti is better suited to this game lol. Thanks once again for sharing your experiences! I do have a NVME SSD, no stuttering with my old graphics card so I kinda doubt that is an issue. I haven’t tried 2d games on this card but benchmarks run well. I did get some stuttering in Elite Dangerous using SteamVR as well. I tried two more things, forcibly changing the clock speed on my RAM in the BIOS and I flashed the BIOS for my ASRock Z390 Extreme4 mb to the latest version which has “PCIe improvements”. I think it was better but still had a few flashes during flight. I will try enabling multi threading in the BIOS for one more test before i box it all back up and return the card to EVGA. So crazy that my old 980 Ti is better suited to this game lol.
  5. Thank you for taking the time to test this and report back! I am a little lost, had to google FFR and I assume you have a different headset than I do, not sure that matters though. For what it’s worth, I have very little stuttering in Quick Missions, it’s when I get online that it gets bad. Map still flashes to steam 3-4 seconds at a time, waaay longer than my 980 Ti. What did you see in the new Steam VR update? fyi I just got the rma approved for my card, fingers crossed. Not overly hopeful though because the benchmarks that I run come back looking very strong so more concerned that it’s an issue with SteamVR and this card as you suggested
  6. I have that disabled as well. I have this issue across all games, not just IL2. What video card do you have?
  7. Well that's all she wrote! I tried all the things! Just waiting on EVGA to get back to me so I can get the RMA process rolling. If anyone out there has a 2080 Super that works in IL2 with VR, I would love to hear from you. I need some hope!
  8. I have not yet and I should do that. Will try it tonight and let you know.
  9. Interesting idea.. May/April of this year? Why then? I am looking at the advanced driver search and not sure which ones I should try: https://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx
  10. I tried the following this weekend: - Swapped out the 2080 Super for my 980 Ti after booting into safe mode and using DDU to completely wipe the NVIDIA drivers. Did a fresh install of the latest NVIDIA drivers without GeForce Experience. No stuttering after 2+ hours of gameplay with the old card. Performed the same process to swap back in the 2080 Super and the stutters return. - Purchased a gold rated 1000w power supply from EVGA. Issue persists. At this point I am convinced that the problem is with the physical card or the card and the new drivers that came out on 7.23. I am going to be contacting EVGA this week to start an RMA. Evidence that suggests this is a problem with the 2080 series: https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1077774/geforce-rtx-20-series/rtx-2080-occasional-stuttering-across-all-games/26/
  11. Glad to hear that you don't have any mobility issues Hans. Take care.
  12. Full disclosure - I am a VR user (Samsung Odyssey+), but haven't been using it very long so take what I say with a grain of salt. I absolutely love the immersion and I think that my gunnery has improved since I started using VR. That said, the neck strain can be a problem, particularly if you are an aging human that has neck problems. What I would like to see changed for VR: I would love to see "curves" for head movement in VR similar to what can be done with TrackIR. It doesn't need to be much, either. I love the immersion and looking all around but to be honest looking a FULL 180 degrees behind me while still holding my controls isn't my favorite thing in the world. I am currently using the 20 degree left/right view (courtesy of lefuneste's awesome 3dmigoto mod) which does the trick for now - only issue is that I get some weird artifacts like shadows that aren't there and distortion on the edges of the viewable area. What I would like to see changed for 2D: Nothing.
  13. Switching the rails didn't have the effect I thought it did - still getting those momentary halts in the map and sometimes even when flying. I will try reinstalling Steam and BoS tomorrow, possibly Windows too.
  14. Not familiar with this - will check it out, thanks! I think the issue may be resolved! I only spent 30 minutes last night testing it out, so need to spend some more time to be sure. I changed the hardware configuration of my video card. I am now using two cables from my PSU for the two 8-pin connectors; previously I was using a single cable that had two connectors daisy-chained). I am kind of embarrassed that it was such a stupid problem. Not sure how I ever got away with using a single rail for the two connectors on my 980 Ti, I had it that way for 4 years and never had a single issue with performance.
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