2-Hydroxyglutarate (2HG) detection using MRSI is a very promising, but challenging technique. Although high-resolution MRSI reduces the already small SNR of 2HG, it also reduces the spectral linewidth and provides more voxels for quantification. This study compares two high-resolution spiral MRSI sequences with a low-resolution MEGA-edited sequence, and one with a short echo time for 2HG detection in brain tumor patients. Three patients and three volunteers were measured with all four sequences. The two high-resolution sequences perform better with less false-positive 2HG detection in volunteers, and a more reliable 2HG quantification in IDH-mutated tumors.