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  1. I've noticed this as well on WoL. Occasional frametime spikes with a fairly constant frequency when they happen. It's not as heavy as it was when this thread was started but it is there. I can't tell if it started with 4.006d or e, as I was focusing on issues with zoom and I haven't tested the former online.
  2. It's interesting how differently this manifests for everyone. For me it looks as though the FOV is narrower, like there was some zoom even in default view. On top of that, things move in an unnatural way when looking around. It is, as some other users have reported, quite nauseating. I don't normally have issues with nausea. Setting the resolution in the game settings to monitor default, which for me is 1920 x 1200, has helped some. After that I've forced the resolution to 4K in startup.cfg and it appears this solved the problem. How much it costs in performance I've yet to find out. My HMD is an original Vive.
  3. 1. Yes, unfortunately. The field of view is more narrow than before and distant objects are moving in an unnatural way when looking around. 2. OG Vive. 3. I don't have the file Edit: 4. No
  4. Migoto mod is not a factor, VRSS area is the same with the mod turned on or off.
  5. On OG Vive I have something similar to Fenris_Wolf - a thin vertical band where the VRSS is visible.
  6. Frames with High Clouds: Avg: 133.750 - Min: 95 - Max: 232 Frames with Low Clouds: Avg: 141.878 - Min: 98 - Max: 238 Motherboard: MSI MAG Z390 Tomahawk CPU: 9600K CPU Freq: 5.0 Ghz L3 cache: 9 MB RAM type: DDR4 RAM size: 16 GB RAM Freq: 3200 MHz RAM Latency: 16 GPU: 2070 STMark: 3011
  7. I tested WOL with the HUD off and unfortunately I have to withdraw my confirmation. While the spiking is reduced with the HUD off, it is still significant. First graph is flying in WOL with HUD off. Second is WOL lobby (hangar view).
  8. I too can confirm turning off HUD in multiplayer clears most of the stuttering for me. Single player with HUD has almost no stuttering. The frametime graph is from Berloga with HUD on.
  9. I have the same problem and I suspect most of the users complaining about stutters since last patch do, too. I haven't tried the Ju88, but my graph when flying 109 and 190 is similar to yours, only the spikes go much higher than the regular frametime. Like yourself I have been trying every imaginable fix for the past two weeks without success. The spiking is more pronounced in multiplayer. I use OG Vive on Win10, i5 9600k & RTX 2070.
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