I've been racing almost nightly at Watkins Glen with the Orecas on a slightly overclocked Vega 64 without any issues. Last night, after installing the 1.1115 update I saw some anomalies and crashes on my Lenovo headset that were new to the racing adventure. When I first loaded the game, there was a mouse cursor arrow but only in the left eyepiece. I had no control over it; it moved with my gaze. The controllable mouse cursor didn't exist in the left eye. In the right eye, the mouse cursor was normal. I turned down the memory overclocking and the "bad" cursor went away, but RF2 constantly crashed after several minutes. I kept lowering the oc settings and I was able to drive a little longer but it crashed each time before 30 minutes. By "crash" I mean that the view in the headset froze while the audio continued. The frozen image would follow my gaze. The only way out was a hardware reset. Looking at the history after the reboot showed no overheating or serious wattage draws. There were several dips on the memory speed to 500mhz from 965, but I suppose that's not abnormal. I ended up finally setting the Wattman settings to the default "Balanced" mode and RF2 ran fine there. I am posting this for informational purposes only. I don't need it fixed because I don't need to overclock to get RF2 to run at 90FPS in VR. At "balanced" I'm at 90 entirely. Everything I have, by the way, is at latest versions and I did do a Steam check on RF2 (it downloaded the redistributables).