I can’t seem to reliably get this game to anything close to 30 FPS on a single 1080p monitor, and I have a Valve Index on the way! 14fps on a 1080p monitor will likely be like 4fps in VR. Loading screen jumps between 300 and 700 fps
As you can see, using MSI Afterburner, I’m nowhere near bottlenecked on anything. Screen shot taken while sitting still at the runway, not moving the controls at all.
Running a clean install of Windows 10 Pro on an I7-4790k, 16gb RAM, RTX-3070, game installed on SSD drive, running a single 1080P screen. Vsync is off, viewed the “how to” performance guide and turned down items that were listed as CPU taxing just in case that was an issue. Was originally at 12 fps, that jumped me to 14.
In comparison, I installed No Man’s Sky and run 120-150 FPS with every video setting at Max and moving around.
I keep getting the “upgrade your CPU” answer, but when you take your sports car to the track and only push the engine to 40% before you can’t get anymore power, that’s not an “upgrade your engine” issue. That’s a calibration, configuration, not enough oxygen to the engine, or something else going on. I’ve seen people run games at much higher FPS than this with the same CPU and their CPU is running at 85-90%. Why can’t I get past 40% with this game only?