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Hi LoONeYChlKun,I am not with Laminar Research; just a flight simmer.Considering your last sentence in your overall question, just to make your day, the Steam version of X-plane is a 3rd party hybrid that is not marketed by Laminar Research so don't seek a refund from Laminar Any updates with the official versions from Laminar Research are generally delayed through Steam. Get your refund and invest in the original version and support the developers.X-plane is not a "game" but a simulation package. I am not into VR so I can't advise on a possible solution if the graphics card has been declared VR capable. If it hasn't, then you need to replace the card with one that is suitable. Some graphics cards have been known to work with games but not with X-Plane.
This link found at https://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-titan/specifications doesn't indicate it is VR friendly. Perhaps it is an "age" problem with the GPU.
Have a look at the following link found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKfGTtSdK6Y by Michael Brown. Michael owns a company that specialises in the building of purpose built PCs predominantly for X-plane. They will also build other flight simulation packages upon request. Laminar Research recommends his company as the supplier of PCs suitable for x-plane within the USA.After watching the above link are all of your components used in your build matched?
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