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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for a Graphics Card that is affordable and will run VR games well. I'd preferably want something $400 or less. You see my friends not everyone can afford a 2080 ti. Right now I have a 1050 ti which is below spec for all major VR headsets which is why I'm looking for an upgrade. Comment your suggestions please. 

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i would wait for next gen GPU before making any major purchases. They usually bring better bang for buck, and its going to be septemeber. Dont think anything VR related will be coming out anytime soon.


5700 XT is your best bet if you need something now though

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13 minutes ago, GenericBot1 said:

a Graphics Card that is affordable and will run VR games well

with what headset? I currently run an HTC vive but that's about the lowest res headset out there.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I currently have an oculus quest but I'm planning to upgrade to either a rift S or the new HP headset depending on how it does at launch.

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for reference i use a rift s with a gtx 1660 i spent a bit over 200 for the 1660. It's not the best possible but it works just fine

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