Been noticing a consistent stutter/screen shake on Half Life Alyx while using Oculus Link with the official usb-c link cable. When I turn my head in-game more than 20 degrees, my game looks like it's having a seizure. I know its not the quest 2, cause the games I run from the quest itself run far far smoother. I've tried lowering the graphics settings with little impact, I've ensured my pc is running on max performance settings, and I've upped the refresh rate in the Oculus app. Virtual Desktop probably isn't an option for me since my Wifi connection is very unreliable. I have to use ethernet for gaming. Any other suggestions? Thanks!
Acer Predator Helios 300 PH-315
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.21 GHz (I run turbo on VR)
16 GB RAM DDR4
NVidia Geforce GTX 1060
You could try virtual desktop and return it if it doesn't work. If there is competing traffic causing the wifi problem maybe you can isolate the signal somehow or maybe get a wifi 6 router in the hope that nobody else will be using wifi 6. Total guess, I'm not a wifi expert. Also have you checked to make sure nothing else is running in task manager?
I had an issue with my link cable start after v25. Another post suggested - go to TaskManager/Details/Rightclick on OVRServer_x64.exe and set it to real-time. This resolved my disconnect issue. Your mileage may vary but I hope it helps you. I did not have this issue. Mine was a constant disconnect. This may be of no help but easy enough to try. Good luck!