I’ve had Oculus 2 since December, been tweaking and tweaking, read everything from Cpt! and others on this forum. Thank you all for your contribution to the VR knowledge base.
i7 6700K OC to 4.6
RTX 3070 FE
Have tried Quest link and Virtual Desktop (walking around the plane with no wires is kinda awesome btw). I get it to an acceptable FPS, playable smoothness, but then the next day its back to not great experience. I can turn everything down to blurry heaven but then its not an enjoyable experience. Whats frustrating is setting on day 1 doesn’t work on day 2.
I am considering getting the Reverb G2 again (had it on preorder since September and then the whole pre-order saga ensured, got tired of waiting and waiting on HP then on VR launch Dec 22 I cancelled my "pre-order, walked into a Best Buy and walked out with the Quest!
After the very first experience of being in the cockpit in VR, there is no going back to 2D. I have to get VR to work. I cant bring to play in 2D anymore, the immersion is not there anymore.
I was fine (accepted the current state of VR) with my setup until a few days ago when I saw the Video from VR Flight Sim Guy comparing this uber machine (3090 and etc) on both G2 and Quest 2. His conclusion of G2 is superior in everyway got me thinking about the G2 again.
So the question for you folks while we all hold our breath till the next world update and beyond to summer for the elusive DX12 for better VR performance & the new Nvidia driver updates which doesn’t seem to help us in MSFS
I enjoy flying C172, steam gauge planes, Low for VFR flights. No commercial, no Jet, no glass cockpits. I would like the scenery to look sharp, gauges being a bit blurry doesn’t bother me as we use them to glance at.
Is HP Reverb G2 worth buying if I already have a Quest 2?