Guys, intel cards have only been around for two years, but during that time there was no news from either intel or oculus that there would be drivers for VR, and it's nonsense when you buy glasses, the main thing for you is that the card would be powerful, like 2060 or something like that you just bought a helmet, came home, and everything worked without any shamanism, but the reality is that the official oculus app, the oculus itself simply do not see each other via Wi-Fi or cable, well, that's nonsense. old games also do not support new maps and swear at them, yes, but at least they work on these maps, yes crooked, yes obliquely, but they work. and in this situation, we can say that I bought a brick, yes, I can play without a computer, but let's be honest, who plays soap autonomous VR while at home? No one! I want to play games on steam VR since I have a large library there, why buying a helmet for three hundred bucksssssss - should I hope that vr will work with my video card? they should work after the fact
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