Head tracking issue

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Mad626rad
Contributor

Head tracking issue

I've tried all the different ways to fix this.

 

-usb 3.0 to 2.0

-swap the base station's letters

-connect the base stations with the cord

-bypass the linkbox

-updated firmware

-covered up anything reflective

-uninstalled/reinstalled usb drivers

-turn off 2.4ghz band from my router (it's the only 2.4ghz tech running in my apartment)

-graphics card drivers updated

-removed asus AI suite of programs

 

The only way I get head tracking to work, is to power cycle until it just decides to come on for anywhere from a few seconds to about 3 minutes.

 

I am however running the z170-a mobo, but at this point I've seen and known plenty of people that have gotten it to work on their system.

 

Also running i7-6700k, 1080ti, 16 gb ddr4 ram.

DUST
Explorer
Solution

Re: Head tracking issue

@Mad626rad

According to some quick googlefu around your board it would seem a possible solution lies in removing any overclock/XMP profile applied to your RAM.

A number of users report that downclocking their ram to 2133Mhz has resolved similiar issues you experience.
Mad626rad
Contributor

Re: Head tracking issue

Strangely enough, after 4-5 hours of troubleshooting, I had not seen someone say to down clock RAM, clearly your googlefu is stronger than my own!

 

Thanks!

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VirtualBoy
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Re: Head tracking issue

So, did this fix your problem?