I do, I was visited by one last night !
So I I decided to buy a second hand GTX1070 OC and stick it in my Trident 3, fitting was very hard as the dimensions make it a very tight squeeze. Its a total strip-down job. Anyway I shoe horned it in, and turned it on. Ok so it worked tested it out, not bad same FPS in games, but with everything on high or ultra.
I plug in Oculus Link, Oculus home fires up, still stutters a bit (but nothing new there), I go to fire up a game, it gets stuck on loading! I hear the sound but the game does not load. On the monitor there is a frozen picture of the game, but its all corrupt - I try steamVR but as the game starts it shows on the screen then it reports no headset.
I am convinced it must be a driver issue, so rather than use the Ge-force Experience like I just did when it installed the very latest drivers (you can see where this is going) I decided to download and install them manually. Did that - reboot and bugger all changed.
Swapped USB ports, no change - Oculus home always starts - no problems but games don't.... I fire up that Afterburner thing to under-clock the card in case its a power draw issue, again no change. I hit the bottle as its Saturday night, and soon my head goes fuzzy, and I think bugger it.
Get up this morning with the bright idea of trying the Rift S on this machine - BOOM! (as the younger ones say) it works first time, so I decided to try Link, and again a big BOOM! it worked first time.
In the night the Computer Fairy came to visit and fixed my poorly PC, must have been her because I was totally clueless as to what the issue was.
I am a believer lol..
Oculus Rift S - Oculus Quest 128GB
MSI trident 3 7RB-200UK Intel Core i5-7400 3 Ghz x2
MSI GTX 1050 Ti (4GB) & MSI Aero GTX 1060 OC (6GB) & MSI Aero GTX 1070 OC 8GB
16 GB RAM x2, 1TB HDD x2, 1TB SSD x2
Windows 10 Home Edition Version 10.0.18363 Build 18363, Oculus version 15, Quest Version 15
Fan Cooling by Zotac FireStorm - AfterBurner cause me problems.