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Question about VR with ACC.

Discussion in 'ACC Hardware Discussions' started by fnugen, Nov 13, 2020.

  1. fnugen

    fnugen Rookie

    Having never used, nor owned a VR headset or complete kit, I am curious as to how it would work with ACC. I use a G920 wheel to drive, and hope that just a headset works without the things you hold in your hands. I'd love to try VR in the game, but only if the headset works along with the wheel. I do have a game on Steam that is VR, but I am not ready to jump down that rabbit hole unless it works as asked. Thanks.

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  3. yeh mate all sim racing games work with out needing the vr controller.
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  4. fnugen

    fnugen Rookie

    Cool. Thanks. I hadn't considered VR until the last couple days, but had no idea how a "driving" game works with it. I appreciate the reply.
  5. just a word of warining ACC isnt well optimized for VR so you need a very good computer to run it well. Other games like pcar2 and iracing are alot better optimized and so dont need the best computers if you want to dip your toes in vr sim racing.
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  6. Psit

    Psit Alien

    That's an understatement if i ever saw one :)
    Hoping Zen3 will give some good results in VR (along side a 3080 or 6800XT ...)
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  7. Turk

    Turk Alien

    As far as you computer is concerned a VR headset is just another monitor.

    VR with sim racing is definitely worth it. Huge increase in immersion.
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  8. fnugen

    fnugen Rookie

    My laptop isn't highest end gaming, but it does games very nicely. HP Omen laptop. 2yrs old.

    i7-7700HQ @2.8
    RX580 8g
    16g ram
  9. AndyK70

    AndyK70 Alien

    Yeah... No VR with this config and ACC, at least not fluid.
    ACC is very demanding in VR
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  10. fnugen

    fnugen Rookie

    @AndyK70 thanks. Question still about VR, having never tried it, would my system generally handle mid level graphics in VR for other games?

    Assuming ACC is not getting VR optimizing as priority for now with the updates?
  11. SharpeXB

    SharpeXB Gamer

    Wow... no it’s not.
    VR needs to run in 3D which means drawing every scene twice. Plus in needs to run at a higher frame rate than a monitor, usually 80-90fps. VR headsets typically have a higher resolution than 1080x1920 which is the typical monitor res. All things considered, Running a game in VR is roughly 3x as demanding as running it on a monitor.
  12. moeppling

    moeppling Gamer

    none of the current gen titles. Easiest way to test it is to run a game in 4k. If you can keep the fps upwards of 60 at all times you'll be fine in VR with 40-45fps + asynchronous spacewarp.
  13. Aman-Droid

    Aman-Droid Rookie

  14. SharpeXB

    SharpeXB Gamer

    This really isn’t a good test. 3D means drawing each frame twice which isn’t the same as just having more pixels. And ASW creates artifacts that many people find distracting. The best way to test VR is get a headset and make sure there’s a good return policy.
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  15. fnugen

    fnugen Rookie

    I downloaded a Steam VR test app and it says I could run VR, but not at the highest settings. Of course I understand this would be game dependent as well.
  16. SharpeXB

    SharpeXB Gamer

    Yes VR is very game dependent and from what I read there’s almost no way to predict how well it will run. The best idea again I think would be to either borrow a headset and try it out or make sure you can return it.
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  17. Turk

    Turk Alien

    Just because a display has a higher refresh rate or higher resolution doesn't make it not a display anymore. That that logic 4K and freesync monitors aren't displays anymore. It doesn't matter how demanding it is, it's still just a monitor in a facemask.
  18. Serge M

    Serge M Alien

    It’s technically two displays rendering almost the same thing twice so the number of draw calls for the CPU significantly increases compared to a screen.

    As the two view points are offset they are two different “scenes” while with screens, no matter how many screens you are running it’s still just one scene.
  19. Rudski

    Rudski Alien

    Correction, 4 times as demanding.
  20. RDGNL

    RDGNL Simracer

    Not to mention headtracking also requires CPU power and since audio is depending on the direction and position of your virtual head, audio needs to be calculated too.

    ACC is quite heavy on hardware, but oh so satisfying if you can run it. I typically recommend people start at the VR-EPIC preset with 300 sharpness and go from there. It’s a very good balance between performance and clarity for most systems.
  21. chksix

    chksix Hardcore Simmer

    I'm practically driving under water. My settings are as low as possible but still let me see the track ahead in a haze. FPS wildly fluctuating 35-90 all the time :( still refuse to go flatscreen :)

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