These are the gaming PCs powerful enough to run Oculus Rift VR

Oculus has launched a range of Rift-Ready PCs – guaranteed to give users an “incredible” VR experience.

By - February 10, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Oculus has announced the launch of a range of gaming PCs which are “Oculus Rift Ready” – referring to their ability to handle the hardware requirements for running the virtual reality system.

The PCs have been “battle tested and certified by Oculus to deliver an incredible Rift experience”, and will be available for pre-order from 16 February.

“All bundles include an Oculus-certified PC and everything that comes with Rift – the headset, sensor, remote, an Xbox One controller, EVE: Valkyrie Founder’s Pack, and Lucky’s Tale!”

Asus, Alienware, and Dell are the first companies on board, with more to come, said Oculus.

Pricing and system specifications are detailed in the graphics below.

Oculus-Ready Alienware Oculus-Ready Asus

Oculus-Ready Dell PC

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