Can my setup reach PREMIMUM expereince in VR?

DC2FANS

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i3 6100
msi h110m gaming
16gb vengence 2133
rx 580 8gb arous
corsair hx 650w
samsing 250gb ssd
22tb seagate barracuda hdd

if there is any upgrade i should do please point it out, any thing tips and tricks will be helpfull thank!!!
 

keith12

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not exactly top performance, but decent enough.

have a read of this : http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/oculus-rift-vr-cpu-performance,5215-13.html the comparison is with an i3 6320 but it will be close in performance with your 6100.

your CPU and GPU will be capable, but not top performance. you may have to dial back some settings to maintain the FPS as desired.

if you got somethink like an I5 7500 that would alleviate having to dial back settings somewhat. But just to be clear, the 7500 over the 6100 isn't a huge upgrade, rather slightly better results, and more resources. More cores, and more cache.

 

keith12

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not exactly top performance, but decent enough.

have a read of this : http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/oculus-rift-vr-cpu-performance,5215-13.html the comparison is with an i3 6320 but it will be close in performance with your 6100.

your CPU and GPU will be capable, but not top performance. you may have to dial back some settings to maintain the FPS as desired.

if you got somethink like an I5 7500 that would alleviate having to dial back settings somewhat. But just to be clear, the 7500 over the 6100 isn't a huge upgrade, rather slightly better results, and more resources. More cores, and more cache.

 

keith12

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i wouldn't say weak link. Just not top performer. Check out the link above
 

Sakkura

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It would not be a premium experience in CPU-heavy VR games like Lone Echo. The majority of VR games are not CPU-heavy though, and then your system would provide a pretty good experience.

I mean, an RX 580 is not going to max out the graphics settings and supersampling, but it's pretty good. Depends how you define "premium" I guess.
 

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