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Is Your PC VR Ready?

Yes 37 21.26%
 
No 63 36.21%
 
My PS4 has been ready 74 42.53%
 
Total:174

i7 - 5820K / GTX Titan X / 32GB DDR4 Ram.
Ready.



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It isn't, but neither is any ps4, not at least for the VR i want.



Still rocking an AMD FX 8350 and a Radeon 7970GHZ.

It says mine is capable but not ready. Says I need to upgrade my GPU.



the-pi-guy said:
JEMC said:
I may be ready when it comes to my CPU (an i5-4670 is enough, right?), but with my old and trusty HD 5850...

If all goes according to plan, I would be ready before the year ends as I'm planing to get a new card, but my wallet isn't ready for the cost of an VR headset.

Yeah, your CPU is ready. 

This one actually looks at your GPU, so you can try it.  Could fail completely though, or do "Good".  

I thought I was safe on the CPU side, but a confirmation is always nice.

And no, I don't need to run the test to know that my GPU is far, far from VR Ready. It's 7 years old (6 since I got mine), it's 3/4 generations of graphics cards old (5xxx series > 6xxx > 7xxx > R9 2xx/3xx), and only has 1GB of VRAM!

The test will laugh at me if I try to pass it .



Please excuse my bad English.

Currently gaming on a PC with an i5-4670k@stock (for now), 16Gb RAM 1600 MHz and a GTX 1070

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Ready as I'll ever be, but I'm not going to be getting a Vive or OR anytime soon, more like in 3-4 years time on a completely different build that is also likely to be sporting better hardware.



               

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Nope and will be going with PSVR anyway.



This is the Game of Thrones

Where you either win

or you DIE

absolutely not, I'll probably pick up the old PC from a friend once he builds a new one, but that one doesn't have a CPU classed as "VR rdy" either - Dx12 could alleviate that problem with it's massively improved draw call performance though



Didn't have time to check out the app. Had too much fun playing with my 980ti. I hope it will be enough though.



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My PC is ready. My wallet isn't.



Yes, barely:

I haven't been playing graphically intensive games a lot lately and I don't care too much about VR, so I don't see any reason to upgrade my graphics card. I also think I got a better result than I expected.