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|System Name||Sechs / AMDHasRyzen|
|Processor||i7 5820k @ 4.5ghz / Ryzen 5 2600|
|Motherboard||X99S GAMING 7 / GIGABYTE B450 AORUS M|
|Cooling||CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i Extreme / Stock cooler|
|Memory||G.Skill DDR4 2800 16GB 4x4GB / CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 3000|
|Video Card(s)||PNY Quadro K2000 / EVGA RTX 2070 Black|
|Storage||Samsung 850 PRO 256GB SSD /Intel 240gb, corsair 120gb SSD, 3x 1 tb s storage|
|Display(s)||2x Acer G276HL 27" 1080p / 3x Acer 22" Nvidia surround|
|Case||Phanteks “Enthoo Pro series”/ Cooler Master Storm Scout|
|Audio Device(s)||Azalia Realtek ALC1150 / Realtek ALC1220|
|Power Supply||Corsair CXM CX600M / Corsair 600w|
|Mouse||Razer DeathAdder Chroma / Razer DeathAdder|
|Keyboard||Razer BlackWidow Ultimate /|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro x64 / Windows 10 Pro x64|
I'll give it a try. I also bought a 6mm foam replacement and it gives much better FOV and easier to wipe down between players.I saw the eye tracker. I am seriously considering buying since I am far sighted and it is pretty bad. Have the eye tracking along with prescription lens for VR sounds good to me.
I also purchased the VR Cover foam guard. Holy shit this is way better than the stock foam. Highly recommended!
Next mod will be the deluxe audio strap!
Also if you haven't checked it out please try Freedom Locomotion. IMO this is one of the best ways to implement locomotion in VR without using fancy frictionless mats.
Honestly, I wouldn't wait to buy, because it will probably be around the end of 2018 before we see anything. If you're going with Oculus they have a really good deal for the bundled hmd and Touch for $598 (Plus, you get a lot of nice free games example: Robo Recall, Dead and Buried), but if you have the extra money I would buy the Vive due to all the new mods coming out for it this year. Plus, new Vives are 15% lighter than the ones at launch.You guys think its worth waiting for Occulus Rift 2.0 to come out? Was thinking of taking the plunge.
If you don't have the extra money then Oculus CV1 is still a nice option. It already comes with a better headstrap and builtin headphones where as Vive users will have to shell out another $100 bucks to get the new Deluxe strap. If money doesn't matter then the Vive with all the new addon's coming gives it more life, but will cost to have it all.
- Wireless = $220
- Deluxe Headstrap = $100
- Eye tracking = $200 (or more)
- New controllers = tba