Ohono Posted March 14, 2019 Share Posted March 14, 2019 Hello, I would like some help fixing this issue that I see someone else had almost 2 years ago with no apparent resolution. Just like Oddball's thread linked above, I have this exact issue where the second controller that I pair always has poor tracking ranging from minor jumps and hiccups to full-on desynchronization while using every type of software in VR. I even purchased a third controller to make sure that this wasn't a hardware issue with the controllers themselves and all 3 of these controllers work fine as the first controller paired in SteamVR and all 3 of them show the same amount of poor tracking as the second paired controller. However, unlike the thread above, I also have the wireless adapter running in a PCIe x16 with a RTX 2070 and a 770 specifically for my additional monitor that doesn't have a displayport for the 2070. To try and troubleshoot, I have already: Completely reinstalled all VR/Vive related software Moved the WiGig card to a PCIe x1 and back Swapped base station positions, flipped their channels, adjusted their pitch several times. Having read that the wireless adapter uses a 2.4ghz radio, disabled my modem and router's 2.4ghz transmission to avoid interference Removed all reflections from the view of the base stations Updated my BIOS and OS. I haven't tried to use my headset wired via the linkbox since it isn't an option; I would prefer to keep my other peripherals plugged in for ease and to keep my workarea manageable and I don't really have the environment to have the cables running to the space I have set for VR. I do have an ASUS motherboard (Z97-Pro) and I saw that people were having issues with that but I don't see how the USB issues ASUS motherboards seem to have would also have this effect with the wireless adapter. I really hope that you guys can help me fix this without too much trouble. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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