I can start games but the frames are extremely low, averaging 10 fps. The issue has been going on for ~3 years and I've tried quite literally everything there is to think of, such as (but definitely not limited to):
Cabled Link and AirLink
Meta's official Link cable
Disabled background processes
Minimum graphics settings in the Oculus app
Different refresh rates
Xbox game bar is disabled on both
No video capture or system monitoring
Maximum Performance system plan
Windows settings being toggled on/off:
Launching the OculusDebugTool and letting the console window run in the foreground
All of my settings in OculusDebugTool are at defaults
Link's communication test gives 3Gbps with the cable
If anyone can help that would be greatly appreciated
Hey there, @vibiin. Thank you for reaching out and bringing your frame issues to our attention. We know that something like this can certainly take the wind out of your VR sails, and we would like to lend a hand to help out. We would like to provide some troubleshooting steps that we believe may be beneficial to you.
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Beside the advice from meta support I would also try taking your 3070ti gpu back to stock clocks, and maybe remove any OC software (bloatware as far as I'm concerned). In the past I've found that this can cause a lot of instability with many games/sims. Never had too much problem doing slight OC's with my cpu's though but these have always had very good cooling, generally water cooled.
Also, use the latest nvidia drivers (537.13 is working well for me) and use DDU in safe mode to properly uninstall the previous driver beforehand. Google how to do this. After that, go to the nvidia control panel global 3d settings and leave everything defaults except; top option prefer nvidia gpu if using a laptop, power = prefer max performance, and change quality filtering from default quality to high performance.
Anyway, maybe try all that, together with support's advice, and see how you go. Good luck mate and cheers.