Oculus Quest 2 Review for Sim Racing


Today we take a look at and finally review the oculus quest 2, and discuss if it can actually contend in the desktop vr space for sim racing!

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Oculus Rift S : https://youtu.be/9ggz_D6jA2c​
Samsung odyssey: https://youtu.be/gYxPYqIEwQk​
Samsung odyssey plus: https://youtu.be/N0nENaV6L78​
HP Reverb: https://youtu.be/mc1IqgUYEQk​
Valve Index: https://youtu.be/OSgYYAMhOEY​
Oculus vs vive: https://youtu.be/3zBHaldtQuM​
Pimax 5k+: https://youtu.be/TJVsXznc7lc
Hp reverb G2 REVIEW: https://youtu.be/BCFMw4_9VbI

00:00​ intro
02:46 design
09:33​ In Car test Oculus Link
19:29​ In Car Test Virtual Desktop
26:18 Testing Limits of Virtual Desktop
29:34​ THE CONS
38:54 The Pro’s
39:43​ through the lense
42:50 Final Thoughts

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11 thoughts on “Oculus Quest 2 Review for Sim Racing”

  1. So my wife bought me the 256gb Q2 for my bday yesterday. Ive owned a few VR HMD’s before.. the best being the 1st Gen Odyssey and the absolute worst being the Vive Cosmos. I am pleasantly surprised with the Q2 so far. It’s a legit headset for sim racing at 90hz using the link cable. I’m pretty astonished at what it does seeing as though it’s only tethered to my pc with a usb-c cable. It’s comfortable even with the stock elastic headset, no fogging issues with the lenses and I’m able to see clearly with my 71mm IPD.

    My only cons are that it doesn’t charge while tethered to the pc and the built-in speakers aren’t nearly loud enough for sim racing. I’m currently using it with my Phillips SHP9500’s.

    For 300 bucks plus the price of a high speed usb-c cable it’s a no brainer and good buy imho. 👍🏾

  2. I was a day one adopter to the Quest 2, as I have pretty much owned every HMD.
    There was talk that the LCD can do 120Hz – So that may come in an update.
    Mine happily runs at 90Hz 1.2x (3920*1984) Encode bitrate 500Mbps (In ODT) with a 3070. The clarity is on par with the G1, though more washed out.

    Also have the Reverb G2, which since the X570 USB bios fix, seems to fix the disconnects. Also there are performance tweaks to be made, by disabling the virtual monitors. Which brings it back to being easier to run as G1 was. Which is why I always felt WMR gave more performance in these higher res HMD's.

    Also if you enable motion reprojection in Steam/steamapps/common/MixedRealityVRDrivers/resources/settings

    And change "motionReprojectionMode" from "none" to "auto" you will have just as good an experience as you get in Oculus.

    Just bare in mind, with every update, you need to keep changing this setting, as it defaults back to "none"

  3. Great review buddy!!
    I'm really impressed with the Quest 2, and what they sell it for!!
    It's not as comfortable as the Rift S, and I had issues using this when streaming with link, but love the room scale gaming without cables! 😀

  4. I wonder if the "delay" you experience when you are wireless is the same delay that many SteamVR users are having. This is only with iRacing and the only way around it is to use ReVive to use the Oculus drivers to use a SteamVR headset with iRacing. Many threads around the internet on it.


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