How VR is lastly turning into actual, from new {hardware} to thrilling digital actuality experiences

With consumer VR coming to the market, PC manufacturers are rushing to provide certifications that will help users see that certain hardware can deliver a solid VR experience.

First off: Nvidia has introduced a “GeForce GTX VR Ready” certification badge that adorns graphics cards and gaming PCs that are suitable for virtual reality games. That means the hardware inside will rock at least a GTX 970, which is the Oculus Rift’s minimum recommended graphics card for VR. MSI, Asus, HP, Falcon Northwest, Alienware, Zotac, EVGA, Maingear and a number of retailers have already pledged their support for the certification.

AMD-based hardware is of course not eligible for the GeForce GTX VR Ready program.

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