Appears to be issue with Windows 10/11 and Wireless Adaptors either installed (PCIE) or enabled on your Motherboard. Windows tries to automatically detect wireless networks every few minutes. Either disable the WiFi device in your MB BIOS or Windows Device Manager if you are not using it
If you are using a WiFi connection, disable the Auto Configuration logic via the windows command prompt in administrator mode.
Type the following command to verify that Auto configuration logic is enabled for WiFi interface
- netsh wlan show settings
Type the following command to disable Auto configuration using your WiFi name listed between the ""
- netsh wlan set autoconfig enable=no interface="WiFi"
So far, major FPS drops and stutter is resolved. Further testing required.
Reporting an issue with Air Link stuttering and dropping about 20FPS randomly. Creates a audio crack and jarring effect. Using diagnostics tool performance/link hud, no reports of network latency experienced just large FPS drops. Lowering Bitrate to 10Mbps and resolution to the lowest setting makes no difference.
Need to do more testing, but using Virtual Desktop I appear to get better stability and visuals.
Quest 2 version: 44
Oculus app version 220.127.116.11.0 (18.104.22.168.0)
Runtime: SteamVR or OpenXR
Windows 11 Build: 22621
AMD RX6900XT Driver: 22.9.2 & 22.6.1
TP-LINK Deco X60 Wireless-AX3000 WiFi 6 Mesh Router Version: 2.14.20