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  1. Rerun with clouds=low: Motherboard: ASUS MAXIMUS XI HERO CPU: 9700K CPU Freq: 5.0 Ghz L3 cache: 12 MB RAM type: DDR4 RAM size: 32 GB RAM Freq: 3200 MHz RAM Latency: 17 GPU: 2070 STMark: 3018 Results with Graphic Settings as specified:(Screen Resolution 1920x1080, Shadows Quality = High, Mirrors=medium, Distant landscape=x3, Horizon draw dist=130km Landscape filter = off, grass quality = distant WAS clouds=medium, NOW clouds=low, AA=x2): Distant Buildings = checked, Use 4k=checked, Gamma=.8, Fullscreen (Mods=OFF) 2019-11-30 06:07:30 - Il-2 Frames: 23616 - Time: 180000ms - Avg: 131.200 - Min: 94 - Max: 228 WAS clouds=medium 2019-12-10 13-03-01-22 - IL-2 Frames: 23952 - Time: 180000ms - Avg: 133.067 - Min: 91 - Max: 231 NOW clouds=low
  2. @jaws2002, Great to see how well AMD Ryzen is performing! One question, you show the results for all different graphic settings (low, balanced,...) but did you provide results for the settings exactly as chiliwili69 established at the very top of this thread? @chiliwili69, Great new benchmark! Thanks for the effort. I would like your opinion of the usefulness of adding a couple runs (as I did above) with our VR graphical settings but not running in VR mode and then the run with VR but no ASW/reprojection and SS set at our choice but reported in pixels horizontal x vertical instead of percentage. I realize that the VR results are subject to a lot of variables, but it still is fun to compare. Thanks Dave
  3. Thanks much for the benchmark! (You are correct about not needing to purchase Bodenplatte - although I should! ) Here are my test results: ================================================= Motherboard: ASUS MAXIMUS XI HERO CPU: 9700K CPU Freq: 5.0 Ghz L3 cache: 12 MB RAM type: DDR4 RAM size: 32 GB RAM Freq: 3200 MHz RAM Latency: 17 GPU: 2070 STMark: 3018 Results with Graphic Settings as specified: 2019-11-30 06:07:30 - Il-2 Frames: 23616 - Time: 180000ms - Avg: 131.200 - Min: 94 - Max: 228 ===================================================== Results with Graphic Settings as set for VR (Shadows Quality = medium, Mirrors=off,Landscape = x2, Horizon=70km, grass=normal,clouds=medium): 2019-11-30 06:34:57 - Il-2 Frames: 29360 - Time: 180000ms - Avg: 163.111 - Min: 106 - Max: 251 Results with Graphic Settings as set for VR and actually in VR (Reverb at 2160x2116 SS and NO ASW/reprojection) 2019-11-30 08:46:17 - Il-2 Frames: 10859 - Time: 180000ms - Avg: 60.328 - Min: 48 - Max: 91
  4. Hate to be a noobie, but do I need to purchase Bodenplatte in order to run this benchmark?
  5. HP Consumer Version Reverb for $499 at HP Store https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-reverb-virtual-reality-headset?&jumpid=cs_con_nc_ns&utm_medium=cs&utm_source=ba&utm_campaign=&utm_content=sp&adid=73323912492362&addisttype=spla&msclkid=2278a3d8a9b918758338fe04d6313c3c&utm_term=2325123495411914
  6. The default.vrsettings file located in XX:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\MixedRealityVRDriver\resources\settings should show as a VRSETTINGS File in Windows 10 File Explorer (not Text Document) To get the original you don't need to uninstall, just delete that file and run integrity
  7. You should use notepad++ and start with the original
  8. Dcs is also doing it (flicker at 30Hz during loading ) as well but most other games (FS2, Xplane11, and P3D) aren't. I am running WMR Portal with Reverb, build 1903 WIn10, SteamVR beta 1.9.3
  9. @Marvel, Note that you have to let the lens protectors dry for several hours. Even then you might see a few bubbles but they will clear up within a week.
  10. Another consideration is to cover the lenses with the KlearKare.com 44mm lens protectors (just a little trimming for best fit ) for $8 USD. Then you can clean them easily and you won't worry about letting those with glasses try them.
  11. @chiliwili69 I agree - I will mention that to them. One consideration though is that most of our flight simulations use only ONE core heavily and therefore the test that Silicon Lottery uses which runs ALL of the cores simultaneously at 5.0Ghz (or higher) would generate a lot more heat. If I could be sure which core IL-2 uses every time, I could possibly run that one at 5.2Ghz or so. In fact, watching each of the cores separately with Task Manager, I see that one of them (out of eight ) is loaded at 80% and the rest are below 50%. I am using Level 8 LLC and set the core voltage in BIOS (ASUS Maximum Hero XI) to 1.33v. This has run successfully for almost a year. Core temps are usually in the high 40s at most with IL-2 with the Corsair h115i cooler.
  12. @chiliwili69, Yes, I noticed the recommended AVX setting but I asked them about it and just set it to 0 and had no issues whatsoever. Anyway, the small amount that I paid over newegg/amazon/whatever gave me confidence that I could actually get the desired frequency.
  13. If you want to be guaranteed of a 5.0Ghz or faster overclock, consider using siliconlottery.com who charges a very small fee for checking out a chip at a particular overclock. If you use a liquid cooler like h115i by Corsair, you don't need to delid
  14. It looks like the clouds are drawn last and thus they interfere when an AI airplane in front of me has a cloud behind it in the background - full of artifacts and disappearing pieces. Is there any setting to help with that? These new clouds though really look better - smooth edges.
  15. I noticed that there are in-game IPD settings now - check those.
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