Agreed. Top card for VR ... always, especially if the new Vive that does higher resolution.TorTorden wrote:Disregarding RTX feature ...
If you For instance want to go full VR.
Well a 2080ti would still leave you wanting.
^^^ This for non-VR!TorTorden wrote:Personally I don't recommend 4k, better off imo to go with something like a 1440p monitor at 120hz+
basically a similar deal as above and pq difference between 1440p and 4k rather swimmingly small and much more perceivable than 1080p vs 1440p.
At this point I'd recommend the new RTX 2060 if you're considering the 1060-1070. It's worth the extra $100 for new generation.TorTorden wrote:As for regular 1080p@60 it doesn't take all that much, a 1060 6GB would be all you need.
schwifty wrote:I don't know either why Sony can't just put better hardware in that freakin box.
schwifty wrote:They care too much for casual gamers on budget I think.
schwifty wrote: I wouldn't bother laying down 2k for an adequate gaming console working perfectly out of the box without having to struggle with all you have to when building a gaming pc.
schwifty wrote: ut seems I'm a minority. As a sysadmin, the (other) primary use of my workstation is actually just terminals and browser
But you actually don't need that. In fact, beyond the CPU, PCIe is really a result of Intel's crap-poor system interconnect. There are much lower power system interconnect which, when combined with the CPUs with the GPUs on the same, system interconnect, would cut power quite significantly.schwifty wrote:while putting a ~800W psu and a RTX2080Ti is quite more insane.
schwifty wrote:Anyway, I read that the odyssey is bulkier and kinda has software bugs, but better image quality? Pimax seems to be also not really the big shit.
HTC is a no-go for me, not at least because I don't intend to walk around. It's sufficient I can look back / around in the ship.
I'm still picking hardware. Mostly trouble with planning air-flow and dimensions of components cause I'd rather like to have a mATX board/case.
That's what I'd call an oddyssey
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