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You must keep in mind that with such thing as the HTC Vive you WILL need a powerful PC build with a high end graphics card (GTX 980 at the least) to run it well
True (well min specs are 970, but 980 is a better option), same goes for all VR devices tho.
Good news is the new Pascal chipsets from Nvidia are miracles of tech, they easily blow the 900 series way out of the water, and are cheaper.
that is the min specs aka it can run it, these does not mean that it runs well on it. (I have no 1st hand experience with the HTC vive with a 970 or a 980 so i cant truly say so my self how it runs on either but I never look at min specs only recommended if there are any)
I have tried it on both, (my friends 970 and later on my 980) some games did work better with 980 but those were very few, the rest ran very well on both. Though if you are building a PC just go for a 1070 you will be running circles around the 980 for less now.
You'd be surprised, We got our Vive when we still had a 960 and believe it or not it was very playable without frame dips. We since upgraded to a 1080 but still. Also some pictures just for fun!
yeah but phone vr is as good as duck taping your phone to your face I see no point in buying them
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