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Should You Buy The $499 AMD-powered Oculus Ready gaming PC From CyberPowerPC?

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AMD powered Oculus Ready gaming Pc

Following the last Oculus Connect developer conference, CyberPowerPC launched a $499 Oculus Ready gaming PC. The PC is powered by an AMD processor and Radeon graphics. The PC is designed to lower the VR barrier and delivering a mesmerizing experience through Oculus rift.

The AMD powered Oculus ready gaming PC is officially certified as the part of the Oculus Ready Program. So, the consumers need not worry about the poor VR experience of the PC. The company is using new Asynchronous Spacewarp feature which helps PC to do less work by rendering fewer frames.

Features of AMD powered Oculus ready gaming PC

The company promised at Connect developer conference to offer good VR experience to its consumers. Following the success of AMD processor, the company designed a powerful yet affordable PC to mesmerize the consumers with the VR technology. Here is the breakdown of the features of AMD-powered, Oculus-ready gaming PC.

  •      CPU AMD FX 4350 @ 4.2GHz
  •      GPU Radeon RX 470 4GB
  •      System RAM 8GB DDR3 memory
  •      Hard Drive Capacity 1TB 7200RPM
  •      Optical Drive DVD+RW, DVD-RW
  •      USB Connectivity 3x USB 3.0, 7x USB 2.0
  •      Model # GUAVR3000B1

AMD powered Oculus Ready gaming pc

AMD powered Oculus PC at just $499

Although AMD powered Oculus PC is available at $499, but there is a slightly different catch to grab the device. The Gamer Ultra VR desktop PC is only currently available at $499. But when bundled with the Oculus Rift, the price raises up to $1,000. Still, buying AMD powered Oculus PC at $1,000 makes a sense.

The extended support for the Oculus gaming PC emerged from the new technology called Asynchronous Spacewarp. This technology allows the PC to do less work with fewer frames, while the Oculus software fills in the gap. This technique effectively allows the PC to render at the speed of 45 frames to 90 frames per second.

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Also Read: AMD Radeon RX 500 Releasing Next Year Instead of RX 490

 

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