@Synthesis wrote: @beshkenadze Unfortunately, no. It doesn't seem to be any one issue, but a collection of issues. Solutions that work for one user, don't work for another. So far, the main things to try are: -Update your BIOS fully -Make sure your BIOS has your PCIe slots set to 3.0 -Move your wireless card as close to the CPU as you can -Reduce super-sampling -Disable the camera -Enable motion smoothing In a few cases, we've found that replacing the motherboard resolves the issue (bad hardware) but obviously, that's more of a last resort. Let me know if I missed anything that's worked for you guys. Thanks, -John C Motion smoothing makes use of acceptable, but with a large number of graphics artifacts. Everything else I have done and does not help. Is this a normal adapter operation or I need to RMA?
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@Synthesis @Synthesis wrote: @beshkenadze Common things you can try: -Disable camera -Reduce supersamply -Enable motion smoothing If none of these have helped even after you swapped slots, we'll try to dive deeper. What version of SteamVR are you running? Thanks, -John C > Common things you can try: Tried, even to install windows from scratch. Moved the adapter to all slots. Reduced supersampling to 20. The camera was on and off. Installed Steam VR the beta version and the normal version. I even upgraded my hardware.
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