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Can my laptop use the rift s?

Jva_25
Level 2
the specs are
intel core i5-9300h
gtx 1660 ti Max q (Less powered version)
8gb ram
512gb ssd 
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Crazy_Sane
Level 9
It should. I think if you download the free Oculus app it will tell you if your computer meets the minimum requirements.

But I would recommend getting an Oculus Quest. The latest update includes "Oculus Link" beta, which allows you to use the Quest like a Rift S with just a USB cable.

They're the same price and you get a standalone headset as well as a PC headset. And many Quest/ Rift games are cross buy, giving you both versions of a game for the price of one.

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Crazy_Sane
Level 9
It should. I think if you download the free Oculus app it will tell you if your computer meets the minimum requirements.

But I would recommend getting an Oculus Quest. The latest update includes "Oculus Link" beta, which allows you to use the Quest like a Rift S with just a USB cable.

They're the same price and you get a standalone headset as well as a PC headset. And many Quest/ Rift games are cross buy, giving you both versions of a game for the price of one.

nalex66
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It should be okay as long as it has a DisplayPort connector. If it only has HDMI, adapters will not work.

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