These features and enhancements will become available starting the week of May 17, 2021.
yeah it is on in the headset, 90 is the highest in the pc app. not to worry, as turning it off and on and fiddling around, it got it to show on the pc app... only after it had been turned off on the headset. of course off on the headset and on on the pc app ment link would not work until it was on in the headset as well.
After this update my quest 2 is really slow and can't use oculus link anymore. How to fix this? right now its nothing more than a fancy paperweight. I tryed factory reset 2 times, through quest 2 and through the mobile app.
Can't even play the "welcome/tutorial" game form oculus... please help. what am i doing wrong why is it so slow?
Hello i have a questions. I love HZ in games and I only want to play on the PC via the wire, 120Hz is still impossible to turn on with PC games? Will it be available at all? I do not have quest 2 and am considering options. Maybe someone else knows where to find ppi vr, they say quest 2 has good clarity, please discard the site or something else so that I can compare different glasses, because it hurts to see the pixels well.)
@happy5cool The Q2 is the only Oculus headset that will do 120Hz (standalone with some apps and PCVR with Link and Air Link). Keep in mind that 120Hz, is still experimental so there may be some stability issues that will need updates later. Personally I'm finding 90Hz works best for me with my Q2. The clarity of the Q2 is very good and I certainly cannot see pixels or screen door effects (SDE).
If you want the best, proven wired PCVR at 120Hz you may be best to consider a Valve Index imho. If you have enough PC horsepower it will even do 144Hz!
Up to you to do your own research on all this and decide what's the best way to go imho. Good luck mate and cheers.