Add the option to run Quest 2 at 120Hz
I would like to request you add the option to run the Quest 2 in 120Hz mode, at least when in PC mode if nothing else.
You can watch John Carmack talking about this in the video below (at the 32:06 mark):
Imad Mahdi commented
Maybe not for every single game, but simple games or apps like drawing, or simple chat rooms would be amazing. or maybe only can be turned on with the link cable.
Imad Mahdi commented
omg, I can't wait for that day!
JN Russo commented
Now that we finally have 90Hz as of v23, 120Hz should be added as an experimental feature for those who want to fiddle with those settings. Fast paced games with simple graphics would FEEL much better!
Isn't Facebook's mantra “Move Fast and Break Things”!!?
Jozef Magolon commented
This would be amazing for link and virtual desktop.
Those who don't want it just don't use it, like the 90hz it's up to the devs to add it as an option and sacrifice resolution... In order to handle it. Even if battery is down to 30mn of use i'm still interested for 120hz cause games like Eleven Table Tennis could really improve on the tracking. It's better too for less motion sickness... But yeah, it has to be well implemented for not doing damage to the device. Perhaps Oculus should make the oculus quest 2 shutdown when overheat
I think that could cause the quest 2 to overheat easily. It's got the xr2 chip but its capabilities aren't endless
John Carmack have mention 120fps again so we can still believe in it :
Ricardo Barros commented
At 90Hz my eyes already feel the warmer chips. They'd just melt at 120Hz, so please, no.
That could be an experimental option, some games will surely be a lot better at 120hz
Roman Rekhler commented
A huge percentage of players of my game "Eleven Table Tennis" would gladly give up render scale, texture quality, take foveated rendering, if it meant they could play the sport at 120fps
the only problem I could see with this would be the power of the XR2, as afterall, it is not limitless
Kirk Johnston commented
Correction: The timestamp for when he mentions it being possible to run it at 120Hz is 21:39: https://youtu.be/sXmY26pOE-Y?t=1299