VR gaming brings with it new hardware requirements for a good experience. Many people who try VR on older or lower end gaming PCs, experience motion sickness or at the least a disappointing visual experience. Watch this video to learn about the baseline requirements for a good VR experience. Also, learn what tradeoffs to consider when stepping up performance and experience possibilities.
- [1:33] Let's talk about the general landscape of devices and options we currently have for people interested in VR.
- [4:55] Why do we need a graphic card that runs at 90hz for VR?
- [8:46] Let's talk about some of the graphic cards that are currently supporting VR right now.
- [15:15] What experience does a 1080 give me vs. a 1070?
- [19:18] What is ASUS doing specifically with your STRIX lineup?
- [21:33] Can I sync the RGB lighting on the graphics card with music?
- [23:02] How much CPU do we need to run VR?
Read the article: “What’s the best graphics card for VR? It’s complicated”
ASUS | Republic of Gamers
For years since its establishment, ASUS aimed to put an ever-greater emphasis on PC gaming. This process resulted in the 2006 founding of the Republic of Gamers brand (ROG), formed for the sole purpose of delivering the most innovative hardcore hardware for truly dedicated gamers.
Since then, the efforts of the ROG team have led to a constant flow of PC gaming technology that has become legendary among enthusiasts for its performance. ROG is more than just hardware, though – we take an active part in the global gaming community, helping develop the industry by sponsoring events such as PAX, BlizzCon and Dreamhack. Worldwide media have recognized ROG as a leader in PC gaming and overclocking performance, with many of our products winning awards and gaining very positive feedback from hardware pros.
With this great response from gamers and the industry, ROG has all the resources it needs to keep working on enabling even better experiences – technology never sleeps, nor should the action!
For more information please visit http://www.asus.com