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How can I check that my Oculus Quest 2 headset is really running 90 Hz after updating to V23 ?

Hi everybody,
My question in the title...
Thank you !
Pascal 

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  • RuneSR2RuneSR2 Posts: 7,036 Valuable Player
    edited November 22
    If Oculus Tray Tool works with the Quest 2, just turn on the Performance HUD and your fps are constantly measured. Or use the fpsVR app in SteamVR games. 

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/908520/fpsVR/

    https://forums.oculusvr.com/community/discussion/47247/oculus-traytool-supersampling-profiles-hmd-disconnect-fixes-hopefully/p1

    Note these are just suggestions that work with the Rift hmds, I do not own the Quest 2. 
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  • lensmandavelensmandave Posts: 502
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    edited November 22
    Yep, Oculus Tray Tool reports all data to the Quest 2  :)
    Assuming the OP is talking about Quest 2 with Link...
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  • JoyfulFrogsDevourerJoyfulFrogsDevourer Posts: 5
    NerveGear
    Thanks for your answers. I do not use Oculus Link... I am thinking of acquiring a gaming PC but that is just a project right now... Any other idea to measure the FPS on a standalone Oculus Quest 2 ?
    Thank you again !
    Pascal
  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 6,253 Volunteer Moderator
    There is an app from Oculus you can install on your Quest called OVR Metrics Tool. It will allow you to turn on an overlay that shows you information like your current frame rate and resolution. You can download the APK file here. There’s a page here with more information about installing and using the tool. 
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  • JoyfulFrogsDevourerJoyfulFrogsDevourer Posts: 5
    NerveGear
    Thank you nalex66 ! I'll try that and let you know... Have a nice day. Pascal
  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 3,036 Valuable Player
    Thanks for your answers. I do not use Oculus Link... I am thinking of acquiring a gaming PC but that is just a project right now... Any other idea to measure the FPS on a standalone Oculus Quest 2 ?
    Thank you again !
    Pascal
    Don't think this is really necessary, or useful.  Since v23 the Q2 now defaults to 90Hz in all your Q2 home environment and browser.  It is no longer in the experimental options section.  For Games, 90Hz will depend on developers offering 90Hz options.  Maybe have a look at the 14 Nov 2020 Oculus Blog.  Worth reading imho.

    The First Gift of the Season: Oculus Quest Update Adds Native 90Hz Support, a New Fitness Tracker, and More | Oculus

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