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Oculus Rift, Share Tips, Assetto Corsa

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by vegaguy5555, Jan 16, 2016.

  1. Hi guys!

    I have got the DK2 running pretty good and always looking for tips. I will share everything I can remember. If you are thinking of getting an Oculus Rift, I will do my best to answer your questions.

    I have had an early DK2 last January 2015 and now have a late production model DK2. Yes there is an improvement in quality. First thing I noticed is the cursor doesn't have a blue and red shadow any more. Driving in AC I am pretty sure looks better, most of all I can see in shadowed areas instead of it being just grey or black.

    I am using 0.4.4 SDK Runtime. 0.6 would not recognize most time.

    I can not run SLI any more. Although it is clearer then ever before with one GTX 980. When I try to run both cards I get a red flicker. I can get it to stop by hitting the Windows key and clicking out, but then I have a distortion as if I were looking through a beer glass.
  2. I know I would like more clarity in vr but at this point it's more of a runtime software problem then hardware. Kunos can't even start working on the 1.0 runtime because last I checked Oculus is only up to 0.8.

    When it does get updated and kunos does their magic I think the DK2 will do much clearer but the screen door effect will still be present.
  3. Scrambles

    Mower of Lawns Premium

    Are you sure the DK2 will run 1.0 runtime? I assumed 1.0 will only work with the consumer version of the Rift and not the DK2.

    I sincerely hope I'm wrong though :cautious:
  4. There are a lot of them out there. There would be a lot of upset Oculus customers who are or will get the new one. And finally, it's just hardware. Why wouldn't it work?
    It is something to look into though.
  5. I did read somewhere that SDK1 will work with both the CV1, DK2 and even the DK1, so don't worry.
  6. Thank you for that!