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    That beefy VR rig you've been dreaming of is harder to achieve than ever.
    Some of the best VR experiences a person can have come from a system that's hooked up to a PC. Whether it's Windows Mixed Reality (WMR), HTC Vive, or Oculus Rift, the library of high quality, AAA titles available continues to grow, many requiring beefy hardware in order to run properly. The RAM and processor (CPU) are both important, but the main piece of a high-end VR-ready PC is the graphics card (GPU). If you've been shopping for a gaming PC lately, you've no doubt discovered that GPU prices are awfully inflated, often to the point of being prohibitively expensive. While high-end GPUs usually don't come cheap, there's a primary reason why you now have to re-mortgage your home to buy an NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti ... if you can find one at all.


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    03-21-2018 08:10 AM

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