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DustinVR1979

Is 2500k still good

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just pre-ordered the Oculus quest v2. This will be my first VR setup. I know it's a standalone VR but I want to hook it up through Oculus link. I've had this computer for years got it when Sandy bridge first came out. Still game on it today. Will my i-5 still work for VR just upgrade my GPU. I'm running i-5 Nvidia GTX 780 8 GB ram.

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Might as well try it and see. If performance is bad, then sure an upgrade would be in order


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Posted · Original PosterOP

If all I have to do is upgrade GPU and you suggestions of which one. I wanted to run smooth. I know with the hardware I'm working with there are limitations. 

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1 minute ago, DustinVR1979 said:

If all I have to do is upgrade GPU and you suggestions of which one. I wanted to run smooth. I know with the hardware I'm working with there are limitations. 

Make sure you don't get one that will bottleneck your system. Just somethign simple like a 1650 Super or a 1660. You could also do an RX 580.

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