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  1. How about RAM? Are you overclocking your RAM as well? If you are, try not to OC RAM.
  2. That is so true. I have seen other wireless adapter users reported overclocking ram caused their wireless not working.
  3. I would suggest you unplug and reinsert Wigig card and uninstall and reinstall the driver (wireless software).
  4. Maybe try the latest SteamVR Beta? Valve fixed something about audio in 1.9.8 https://steamcommunity.com/games/250820/announcements/detail/1714113379472424936 But not sure if that will help your case tho. -Fixed audio static when mirroring to an output with a different sample rate than the source.
  5. https://hub.vive.com/en-US/download/VIVE_SRanipalInstaller_1.1.2.0.msi
  6. I believe you need to install SRanipal. Once you start the wireless connection, if SRanipal doesn't start, you can manually start it. https://developer.vive.com/resources/knowledgebase/vive-sranipal-sdk/
  7. I assume you plugged in the DP cable becasue you wanted to use Bluetooth function. I remember i have seen similar bug in reddit before. You may check page 24 and the manual tells you to ensure not to connect the DP cable when go wireless. Hope this helps. https://dl4.htc.com/Web_materials/Manual/Vive_Accessory/VIVE_Wireless_Adapter_User_guide_WWE.pdf?_ga=2.212611351.287350452.1551770591-1743242974.1497322769
  8. How many monitors are plugged in your GPU? Do you plug them to GPU via DP or HDMI?
  9. https://www.reddit.com/r/Vive/comments/9wcogd/my_experience_with_the_heat_problem_of_the_htc/ Comment left by ribsies. Do you think the issue is the hard piece of rubber that has the direct contact with your head? You may refer to Redditor ribsies's comment. I think some people are mistaking what is causing this pain. I've done lots of testing with this heat issue. If yours gets hot enough to hurt you, you have a bad device. Send it back. The original Vive wireless adapter has a very hard piece of rubber that is in direct contact with your head. When I started using it, I was noticing pain in that spot as well. It wasn't the heat, it was this hard piece of rubber. I ended up just not folding that part underneath, I just let it hang off the back. No more pain.
  10. FYI https://www.reddit.com/r/Vive/comments/agt0v8/another_fix_for_vive_pro_camera_not_available/
  11. If you insert your Wigig card to PCIEX16/X8_2 or PCIEX8/X1_3 slot, will that work better? I would also try reset the BIOS.
  12. After reading this thread, I think the result came from Nagorak makes sense to me. When go wireless and if you need to set your SS high, then you need to sacrifice the performance. That's why I set my SS like 100%. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I haven't tested out to see if it was fixed, however I think I know why performance was bad before and why reducing SS helped improve performance. I discovered that if my GPU was completing the frame later, even if it was still below 12ms (staying out of reprojection), it would cause late starts on the CPU. Meanwhile if it was completing the frame faster this wouldn't happen. Basically it seems like the Wireless Adapter inserted an extra step between the GPU completing the frame and the CPU starting the next(?) frame. It appears to work like this: Wired: GPU completes frame > CPU starts next frame. Wireless: GPU completes frame > WA Compresses Frame > CPU starts next frame. So, if your GPU is finishing closer to the 12ms mark (usually what would happen if you are increasing SS to maximize image quality), then the CPU would end up starting late and if it was late enough it wouldn't finish in time resulting in reprojection. Meanwhile if your GPU finishes faster (lower SS), it gives more time to compress the frame before the CPU needs to start the next frame. Assuming the problem has been fixed, I suspect what has changed is now the CPU is not being held back from starting the next frame while the previous frame is being compressed, and instead they are occurring concurrently. Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/Vive/comments/9yvf02/new_steamvr_beta_completely_resolve_performance/
  13. I see you have a i7 2700K CPU. It is 5 years old CPU I believe. Would it be possible if you can borrow a more powerful rig from friends and test wireless at home with this beta?
  14. Not sure if this is BIOS related but this is my BIOS version. Hope this can help.
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