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MTBS' Ultimate Virtual Reality Shopping Guide - Personal VR Computer: Upgrade, Bundle, or Buy on Your Own


If you are committed to buying a PC VR device like an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive, you may need to upgrade your computer or buy something completely new.

Neil Schneider outlines three possible paths to making this happen.  Upgrading what you have, buying a VR Ready computer bundle, or going out on your own to get the right stuff.  Neil outlines every step and shares his recommendations.



Divided in chapters, this video covers:

I. How to determine if your computer needs an upgrade, and the cheapest way to do so.

Hardware testers referenced:
Oculus Rift Compatibility Tester
Steam VR Performance Tester (HTC Vive)

II. The available VR Ready computer bundles on the market.
III. How to go about buying a non-branded machine and getting the most for your dollar.