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*** Oculus Quest 2 Owners Thread ***

Discussion in 'Virtual Reality' started by Zefan, 13 Oct 2020.

  1. Ravenger

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    I'll have to try that. PC2 is my driving sim of choice.

    I've had a shifter for a long while but no mount. Found a really good custom metal one on Ebay recently and it's great. I thought the shifter felt a bit notchy, but once mounted it feels far better.
     
  2. jesus2nd

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    The irwell racing one?

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    Pimped my stick, much nicer feel to it.

    ...excuse the shoddy cable management
     
  3. Ravenger

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    Yep, that's the one. Far better than the standard one from what I've seen.
    That's a very pimped out shifter stick!
     
  4. CreamyNutella

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    Anyone here got a 3080/3080ti and running oculus link? How's the performance? What render scaling do you use in steamVR/Oculus app?

    Been trying (sadly not successful) at getting a 30 series card, and wondering what the performance is like.
     
  5. Ravenger

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    I can max out Link on my 3090FE on Oculus titles. For Steam VR I keep it at 100%ss for the Quest, and take it up and down on a per title basis based on performance.

    BUT even a 3090 can't max out all VR games. Some, especially sims or conversions of 2D games may need render settings, refresh rate or in-game detail levels reduced for a playable frame rate. It's still a massive, massive improvement over my 1080ti.
     
  6. Sunpreet

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    The quest 2 is a little weird to increase my performance i have to increase its server to realtime in task manager to make it work to full performance
     
  7. Senpai

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    I just picked one of these up, love it, had to buy a new headband/strap right away though! grabbed the AMVR one.

    Any recommendations on facial interface/covers?
     
  8. ShiWarrior

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    VR COVER facial interface
     
  9. Senpai

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    Which one do you use? PU Leather, Cotton? Also just saw they have a cooling gel foam set, anyone use that? :O
     
  10. ShiWarrior

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  11. ShiWarrior

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  12. Senpai

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  13. ShiWarrior

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    Exactly, so easy to clean, I use 1 bacterial wipe if I get sweaty
     
  14. RevBillyG

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    I'm using the facial interface from AMVR, highly recommended.
     
  15. CreamyNutella

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    Sounds great tbh, just to confirm, you're running 1.7 scaling on oculus's app?
     
  16. Scott Reed

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    Has anyone used yet the new features yet? I was using virtual desktop for WiFi PC, not been on my headset for a while just wondering was the views were on it? Better than VD?
     
  17. ScoobyDoo

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    Airlink works great for me, just as good if not better than virtual desktop. As it's integrated into the OS it's really easy to use and doesnt require a separate application .
    Its worked with all games I've thrown at it from my pc. Had some issues with certain games on virtual desktop.
    Airlink latency is very good but make sure you have a decent router which is wired to your pc
     
  18. Ravenger

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    I find Airlink smoother and more reliable than VD. The big plus is that it works with all the Oculus PC games. I found that some games like From Other Suns didn't work on VD.
    I've not tried the latest beta of VD though which now supports Synchronous Space Warp motion smoothing.
     
  19. Phil2008

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    I have just tried playing Darts VR but theres no controller pointer, but I can see the controllers. Does this mean the game isn't compatible with the quest 2?
     
  20. melmac

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    Is this a Steam game? How are you playing it? Through link or Virtual Desktop?