I have recently bought an Oculus rift and I'm having perfomance issues..
When I play, I occasionally experience "hickups" and stutter, especially when i look around..
I'm currently playing the Climb to test it but I have experienced the same issues in multiple games. I't also seems that my PC stutters, when I'm taking the HMD off - but only when the HMD is connected..
It doesen't seems to be effected wether it's high or low settings
I sometimes get the message "Poor tracking quality, and "too many lost IMU Samples"
I therefore suspect that it is a USB-bandwith issue..
I have an Oculus Rift HMD, 2 sensors and 2 touch controllers, 1 keyboard and 1 mouse connected..
I do not experience any performance issues in "normal" games where I play games like PUBG or BF1 on ultra settings..
I have the following system:
* ASUS PRIME Z 370 Motherboard.
* INTEL CORE I5 8400 @ 2.81 GHz
* ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080
* 16 GB DDR4 RAM
* WIN10 64 BIT
* SAMSUNG EVO 250 GB SSD
I have tried the following:
* Complete reinstall of WIN10
* Reinstall of Oculus Home
* Disabling/removal of software like MSI afterburner
* Disabling all in game overlays
* Switching USB ports
* Connecting a powered USB hub
I do not have software like flux or any Asus motherboard related software. My GPU and system drivers are fully updated. My GPU usage is around 50-70% and my CPU Usage is around 30-40%.
When I'm running the debug tool the game usually runns around 90 FPS, and around 20-30% headroom, except when the stutter appears - then both the FPS and headroom will drop..
I have seen on forums that you sometimes recommend people to buy an PCI usb HUB, but the thing is that I have seen forums where people have the same motherboard as me, but have no issues...
Please help me I don't know what else I could do.. :-(