Oculus Rift tool for Windows compatibility tell you in a couple of clicks if your PC is compatible with the future.
The commercial version of Oculus Rift and can be booked, and this week behind the controversy came around the price of the device, which will be the buyer who must judge in any case if it is expensive or cheap product, but in Hipertextual have analyzed the importance of the price of Oculus in reference to what it means for the market, trying to approximate balance between price / technology.
Yet another complain, the real price to pay to enjoy the Oculus Rift is to have a PC to match, as the experience of virtual reality people Oculus requires a PC with the latest in terms of hardware, especially in graphics, and the company says it could be summarized roughly this:
- NVIDIA GTX 970 / R9 290 AMD equivalent or superior supports HDMI 1.3.
- Processor: Intel i5 or higher.
- 8 GB of RAM.
- 3 x USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports 1x.
- Windows 7 64-bit SP1 or later.
Although the requirements are fairly easy to always achieve that count on similar hardware, may be a situation that your graph is not listed or any of your components are not included among the officially supported by Oculus, so the company It has launched a tool for you to check if your PC is compatible with Oculus:
Just download Rift tool for Windows compatibility and automatically Oculus assistant will tell you if your PC is compatible with the commercial version of virtual reality device now owned by Facebook.