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Old 08-25-2019, 05:36 PM   #3251
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Originally Posted by Secoda View Post
Is it set at 60 in WMR/Windows?

If you choose Automatic, Windows Mixed Reality will determine and choose the best refresh rate experience for your PC's hardware configuration. For most people, this is the best choice to start with.

If you choose 60Hz, the refresh rate of the headset display gets set to 60Hz, and some mixed reality features will be turned off, such as video capture and preview in Mixed Reality Portal.

If you choose 90Hz, the refresh rate of the headset display gets set to 90Hz, and some experiences and PC configurations might not run as well if your PC doesn't meet requirements.

How to Change Refresh Rate for Mixed Reality Headset Experience in Windows 10

Just checked and it's set to 90 in the WMR settings but 60 in Steam. Odd..
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Old 08-25-2019, 05:39 PM   #3252
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So SteamVR thinks the hardware can't handle 90 for some reason. I think we discovered the problem.

Originally Posted by JG27_Arklight View Post
Just checked and it's set to 90 in the WMR settings but 60 in Steam. Odd..
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