I have been a VR enthusiast from the beginning. I bought a Oculus Rift CV1 at launch day and it has served me well over the last 3 years, but.... the image quality and performance compared to a monitor is terrible. So in those 3 years i upgraded from an Intel I7-4770K to an Intel I7-7700K, sold the GTX1080 and bought a 1080Ti. For upcoming new HMD's i did another couple of hardware upgrades: -The 1080Ti has been replaces by a 2080Ti -The I7-7700K is overclocked to 4,7Ghz -DDR4 memory runs now on 3200Mhz My system gets a 11.000 score in VR benchmarks Still i'm struggling with every single race sim between having a decent performance and good image quality. Even though my PC is "better than 92% of all results" Most race sims are running most of the time locked at 45PFS with ASW enabled. Mainly because i run them with higher multisampling settings to compensate for the low image quality in the rift. Yesterday i tried ACC. The 1.0 release of Assetto Corsa Competizione is the worst of them all. I did a fresh install yesterday and set the game at the lowest settings, Steam VR settings are at 100% and i'm still not getting 90fps at the start in Spa with 20AI. At those low settings the game looks worse than Grandprix 4 on a 1024x768 monitor more than 20 years ago. The strange thing is that even with ASW disabled, i'm still getting not more that 65-70% load on both my GPU and CPU. On my 34" widescreen monitor ACC runs like a dream and looks drop dead gorgeous. I'm all in on the whole VR and simracing combo, but having suffered the low image quality of VR for the last 3 years i'm kind of growing tired of it. Because i love VR, i invested in both a HP Reverb and a Valve Index and will decide which one is best. However my latest experience in ACC lets me to believe that with 2080Ti, both headsets will struggle to maintain a steady fps. The main selling point of the Reverb is the number of pixels, but i doubt that a 2080Ti will be fast enough to run any simrace game with 20 cars on track at 90fps. The main selling point of the Index is it's refresh rate, but again i don't think that a single 2080Ti will be able to deliver a 120fps frame rate in most of the current race sims with other cars on track. Now we are starting to see all these reviews of the new gen HMD, but most of them are for normal games, not the high-end demanding racesims we use. With my current hardware spec, i don't see any useful upgrade that would really boost my performance even more. So my conclusion is: VR performance in race sims sucks, even if you have a high-end PC. How's your performance in VR and what's your VR benchmark score?