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Im not optical expert and not claiming that, but you do know that it's common knowledge that Quest prescription lenses should be 65 IPD and then you set the IPD lever to your personal IPD? With Oculus Go etc. you get prescription lenses with your own IPD because there is no IPD lever. The other and less used way is to get lenses with your own IPD and set the lever to middle. This is valid if you already have for example Go prescription lenses. I don't know which one is "better" way but I assume it's the first with Quest.
Oculus Quest IPD setting goes from 58mm to 72mm so 65mm hits the middle. This is confirmed by Oculus.