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TrevorAustin

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  1. I turned on motion smoothing yesterday, using beta on vive and steam. Within Iracing there was the odd little flicker but overall a great experience. I tried it in project cars 2 today and the screen was full of little glimmering flashes. Turning off the motion smoothing without even unloading the game instantly fixed it, and turning it back on made it bad again. Just randomly appearing all over the screen, very odd and off putting. Going back to Iracing I can see it is happening a little bit but nothing like in PC2. Is this a known issue?
  2. I know what motion smoothing is supposed to do, however for the Cosmos should it be enabled in the console, steam VR or both, are there any drawbacks to it. Performance priority mode looks a no brainer, so what exactly does it do and why wouldn't it be enabled, I can't find anything explaining other than saying it's been improved in release notes.
  3. nope it's not a USB issue, and of course I've checked the event viewer 🙂 upgrading to the beta drivers has fixed it, so it was a problem with the released drivers.
  4. Yes, I'm still not too late. I've already had more problems in 3 weeks than I did with Oculus in 7 years. Also found that to avoid frame drops I need to hide the mirror window in iracing. What's that about!
  5. I'm a recently new owner and use my Cosmos almost exclusively for iRacing, prior to that a 7 year Oculus user. For the first few weeks the tracking was great, however since Sunday when it was fine ever since within a few minutes of starting a session the tracking goes mad, slowly moving up and down (mainly) plus a bit of left and right and backwards and forwards. First time it did it I exited and restarted steam VR and it was OK, but that doesn't fix it since and it is almost unusable. In addition, also starting Sunday, with no other changes, an error, not all the time, on Vive console start saying the headset needs to be plugged in to a USB 3 port not a USB 2, although it already is, normally unplugging and replugging the USB will fix this, or even just power cycling the connector box. Am I better off deleting the environment information and redoing room setup or is there a best version of drivers I should use and how? Or is the beta better?
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