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Zotac will soon be releasing a low profile version of the GTX , which is one of the most affordable graphics cards that are unofficially VR-ready.

Zotac GTX Low Profile

For shooters, a dedicated graphics card is useful not only for stitching high resolution videos, but also for VR.

The GTX is the new Turing-based successor to the popular GTX Ti, the second most popular graphics card in Steam as of May   Like the GTX Ti, the uses less than 75 watts of power and doesn&#;t need an additional power supply.  This means most users will be able to add it without having to upgrade their power supply.  And a low profile GTX can be used even for mini PCs that don&#;t have full height PCI slots.

NVidia says the GTX is not VR Ready, but they also say that the GTX Ti is supposedly not VR Ready either.  The fact is that the GTX Ti does meet Oculus&#; minimum specs for the Rift.  Here is a demo of Oculus Rift running on the GTX Ti.  Moreover, the GTX is a bit faster than the Ti, which means that it should also be usable for the Rift.

Zotac hasn&#;t announced pricing for the low profile GTX but they said it will be available this Q2 Meanwhile the full height GTX is available for as low as $

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The best VR-ready laptops in

Only the best VR-ready laptops are capable of handling virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift S and the HTC Vive Cosmos. And since we tested a bunch, we know which ones will power the VR headsets that'll grant you all of your immersive experiences, including degree games, apps and videos

The best laptops with the proper specifications such as Nvidia's series GPUs or the company's Max-Q GPUs, which essentially make even the smallest laptops a virtual reality powerhouse, will do the trick. We strongly suggest looking at our best gaming deals page to find a gaming laptop for a good price.

Nvidia's RTX Super chips, the and (along with Max-Q variants), will give you stronger gaming performance and the option to enable ray-tracing (a realistic lighting system). Of course, we’ve yet to see ray tracing implemented in any AAA VR games. The era of RTX isn't simply a refresh of our best gaming laptops, but a complete redesign of the best VR-ready systems. And now, Nvidia recently introduced RTX 30 chips. which intend to give the aforementioned graphics cards a much needed performance boost.

Check out our Oculus Rift S review and HTC Vive Cosmos review to see which popular VR-headset you prefer, and you can also watch them face-off. If you're done with wires, check out our Oculus Quest 2 review. If you're thinking about getting a more expensive headset, see our Valve Index review.

If you got the money, an easy choice is the Alienware X17 and MSI Creator Z If you're looking to get into streaming, check out the best and worst of Elgato's streaming tech.

What are the best VR-ready laptops? 

The best VR-ready laptops can get pretty pricey, especially when you look at the top of our list at the Alienware m17 R4. Armed with a desktop Intel Core i9 processor and one of Nvidia's superpowered RTX GPUs, it absolutely demolished every test we put in front of it with graceful aplomb. It will also make a big dent in your wallet. But you consider that this is the first future-proof gaming laptop, it seems a small price to pay for a truly badass system

The Razer Blade 15 lineup are consistently great VR-ready laptops, especially for those who want something portable to carry around. The company's latest offering is available in a stunning white chassis that's sure to draw every eye in the room. But as pretty as the exterior is, you'd be remiss to ignore the interior. Powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and one of Nvidia's new RTX GPUs, the Blade 15 is power personified.

If you’re looking for a VR-ready laptop for professional purposes, aka not gaming, then you should consider picking up a workstation. MS’s WS65 9TM will do the trick. For the luxurious price of $3,, the WS65 packs a powerful 9th-Gen Core i7 processor and Nvidia Quadro RTX Max-Q GPU into a superslim, durable chassis. Top that off with solid battery life, and a gorgeous inch, 4K display that you can enjoy when you’re out of the headset.

The best VR-ready laptops you can buy today

1. Alienware m17 R4

The best VR-ready laptop you can buy

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7/Core i9

GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX

RAM: 16GB/32GB

Storage: GB/GB/1TB SSD

Display: inch (p/4K)

Size: x x ~inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Excellent graphics and overall performance+Comfortable customizable keyboard+Bright, vivid display with super-high refresh rate+Attractive chassis

Reasons to avoid

-Seriously expensive

The fourth iteration of the Alienware m17 is here and it’s even better than the previous models. Sporting Intel’s new 10th Gen HK-Series processor and an Nvidia RTX 30 GPU, the Alienware m17 R4 is a formidable force in the gaming laptop arena. Not only is the laptop powerful, but it’s got an intergalactic elegance that’s a bonafide headturner. It’s also one of the lightest desktop replacements on the market.

The Alienware m17 R4 comes to the arena fully cocked with an Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU with 16GB of VRAM. And believe us, this laptop is not to be trifled with. We played Control at p with the settings on high, including ray tracing. We floated and launched random furniture at enemies before shooting them with our Service Weapon, and the m17 served up a hearty 83 frames per second. The rate jumped to 91 fps on medium and fps on high with ray tracing disabled.

See our full Alienware m17 R4 review.

2. Dell G5 15 SE ()

The best budget VR-ready laptop

Specifications

CPU: AMD Ryzen R7 H

GPU: AMD Radeon RX M

RAM: 16GB

Storage: GB SSD

Display: inch (p, Hz)

Size: x 10 x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Blistering CPU performance+Strong graphics (compared to budget gaming)+Great battery life+Competitive pricing

Reasons to avoid

-Middling graphics (compared to mainstream gaming)

The Dell G5 15 SE () is one of the first gaming laptops to pack all new AMD hardware. For $1,, the Dell G5 15 SE with an AMD R7 H CPU blows its competitors out of this realm. When paired with a inch display that covered % of the sRGB color gamut and emitted nits of brightness, and a battery life that lasted 7 hours and 14 minutes, the G5 15 SE seems like a catch. 

The Dell G5 15 SE nailed 46 fps on Metro: Exodus benchmark (Ultra, p), surpassing the average mainstream gaming laptop (40 fps) as well as the Zephyrus G14 (41 fps), Omen 15 (40 fps) and Legion Y (41 fps). It also slid by the fps budget gaming average. It’ll be able to handle basic VR games, and it even has a Mini DisplayPort to ease the process.

See our full Dell G5 15 SE () review.

3. Asus ROG Zephyrus G14

Longest lasting VR-ready laptop

Specifications

CPU: AMD Ryzen HS, Ryzen HS

GPU: Nvidia GTX or RTX Max-Q

RAM: 8GB/16GB

Storage: GB/1TB SSD

Display: inch (p)

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Killer AMD and Nvidia performance+Longest-lasting gaming laptop ever+Lightning fast SSD+Bright Hz display

Reasons to avoid

-No webcam

Packed under the hood of the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 is an Nvidia GeForce RTX Max-Q GPU with 6GB of VRAM that ripped and tore through Doom Eternal at 90 frames per second (fps) at p on Ultra settings as I hopscotched with my shotgun up in demons' faces. This machine is also ready for some virtual reality, hitting out of 11 on the SteamVR Performance Test, which is above the category average.

Along with the Zephyrus G14's killer performance, what stands out about the laptop is its wild battery life. After the Zephyrus continuously surfed the web over Wi-Fi at nits of brightness, its battery died at 11 hours and 32 minutes. However, keep in mind that the Zephyrus G14 does not have a Mini DisplayPort, so you'll have to buy an adapter for a USB Type-C port.

See our full Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 review.

4. Alienware m15 R4

The best inch VR-ready laptop

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7/Core i9

GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX

RAM: 8GB/16GB/32GB

Storage: 1TB HDD/GB SSD 1TB HDD/GB 1TB HDD/1TB SSD/2TB SSD

Display: inch (p/4K)

Size: x x ~ inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Awesome performance and graphics+Gorgeous 4K OLED display+Stylish design+Punchy keyboard

Reasons to avoid

-Short battery life

Are you thirsting for some Nvidia series badassery? Well, look no further than the brand spankin’ new Alienware m15 R4. This baby has it all. Power, beauty (on the inside and out) and a soft touch.

For a hefty $2,, the Alienware m15 R4 will grace you with its intense Intel Core iH processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU, a poppin’ inch, 4K OLED display and a punchy keyboard wrapped in a familiar but stylish design. The only real downside to this machine is its short battery life and… well, that $2, price tag.

You could say that Alienware didn’t do much to innovate, and you’d be right. But like its predecessors, the Alienware m15 R4 is one of the best gaming laptops you can buy, as long as you don’t mind the poor endurance.

See our full Alienware m15 R4 review.

5. Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 (GAQ)

The longest lasting inch

Specifications

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 HS

GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU

RAM: 32GB

Storage: 1TB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD

Display: inch, x , Hz

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Killer AMD and Nvidia performance+Amazing battery life+Clicky keyboard+Elegant Moonlight White design

Reasons to avoid

-Display could be more vibrant

For a pricier $2,, the Zephyrus G15 offers amazing performance from its AMD Ryzen 9 HS processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU. It even boasts a similarly long-lasting battery life, a clicky keyboard, a inch, p display and a set of powerful speakers wrapped up in an even more elegant Moonlight White design.

Whereas the G14 was a midrange beast, the Zephyrus G15 comes in at the top of the food chain with an Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU (with an watt TDP) with 8GB of VRAM. This monster shrugged off Assassin’s Creed Valhalla at Ultra, p settings as I raided a small village on the coast, tearing through my enemies at 51 frames per second.

See our full Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 (GAQ) review.

6. MSI GS66 Stealth ()

The best Max-Q design

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7/Core i9

GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX

RAM: 16GB

Storage: GB/1TB SSD

Display: inch (p)

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Sleek, attractive design+Good overall and gaming performance+Excellent battery life+Blistering-fast transfer speeds

Reasons to avoid

-Display could be brighter and more vivid

Nvidia has found a way to take the most powerful graphics card around, the RTX , and work some Max-Q magic to fit it in the MSI GS66 Stealth’s inch slim chassis. MSI has stripped all the accent color from the design, leaving an elegant Core Black aluminum chassis. Even the dragon emblem, which is usually done in a bright color, has been toned down to a semi-gloss matte that still manages to draw the eye.

The MSI GS66 Stealth is one of the latest gaming laptops to feature a display with a x p resolution and a Hz refresh rate. We expect to see this configuration a lot as time goes on as this appears to be the sweet spot gamers are looking for. To ensure you can take your games on the road, MSI has outfitted the Stealth with a watt hour battery, which allowed it to last 6 hours and 27 minutes. 

See our full MSI GS66 Stealth () review.

7. Asus ROG Mothership

Most innovative VR-ready laptop

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i9

GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX

RAM: 64GB

Storage: 3 GB SSD

Display: inch (p or 4K)

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Excellent graphics and overall performance+Discussion-starting design+Stays cool while gaming+Great audio

Reasons to avoid

-Incredibly expensive

Asus is pushing innovation with this wacky new gaming laptop / 2-in-1 / detachable monster, otherwise known as the ROG Mothership. What sets this apart from most gaming laptops is its adjustable kickstand and detachable keyboard, so all of the components are actually behind its inch,p panel. 

And its badass name does it justice, as it's armed with an Intel Core iHK processor, up to 64GB of RAM, three NVMe M.2 PCI SSD in RAID 0 configuration and a Nvidia GeForce RTX GPU with 8GB of VRAM. It powered through Rise of the Tomb Raider (Very High, p) at 86 fps. The keyboard's island-style keys are nice and big with good spacing. Meanwhile, its panel wasn't overly saturated and delivered warm, realistic color. The performance speaks for its ranking as one of the best VR-ready laptops.

See our full Asus ROG Mothership review.

8. Razer Blade 15

The best slim VR-ready laptop

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7

GPU: Nvidia GTX or RTX //

RAM: 16GB

Storage: GB SSD 1TB/GB SSD

Display: inch (p/4K)

Size: 14 x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Beautiful, head-turning design+Powerful graphics and overall performance+Solid battery life

Reasons to avoid

-Dim display-Weak audio

The advanced model of the inch Razer Blade once again takes the lightweight crown. The Razer Blade 15 ($2,) retains its inch thin chassis while pumping an 8th Gen i7 processor comboed with the GeForce RTX Max-Q GPU through its VR-ready veins. The Blade 15 nailed a perfect 11 out of 11 on the SteamVR Performance Test.

Within its svelte design lies a battery that lasts over 5 hours, which topples competing companies like Asus and MSI in terms of portability. And when you’re not in VR, you get a colorful Hz display surrounded by paper-thin bezels that make it that much more charming. You can also check out our face off between the Razer Blade 15 and the Aero 15 Classic.

See our full Razer Blade 15 review.

9. MSI GT76 Titan

The best inch VR-ready laptop

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7/Core i9

GPU: Nvidia RTX /

RAM: 32GB/64GB

Storage: GB SSD/ GB SSD 1TB HDD

Display: inch (p/4K)

Size: x x ~ inches

Weight: 10 pounds

Reasons to buy

+Attractive design+Excellent graphics and overall performance+Bright, colorful 4K panel+Comfortable keyboard

Reasons to avoid

-Expensive

MSI’s GT76 Titan got a major redesign and looks as dazzling as it has ever been. Decked out in a slate-gray aluminum and a black plastic undercarriage, the notebook looks like an imposing set of armor ready to protect a gamer headed into battle. It's still boasting Nvidia’s latest RTX GPU, maxing out the SteamVR Performance Test with ease and being able to nail 79 frames per second on the Shadow of the Tomb Raider benchmark (Ultra, p). 

At 10 pounds and ~ inches thick, the GT76 Titan also packs an overclockable 9th Gen Core i9 processor accompanied by a vivid 4K panel. While it doesn't have a mechanical keyboard, the keys were large, generously spaced and offered bouncy feedback without a hint of bottoming out. MSI made this one of its best VR-ready laptops.

See our full MSI GT76 Titan review.

MSI WS65 9TM

The best workstation

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7/Core i9

GPU: Nvidia Quadro T/RTX Max-Q

RAM: 16GB/32GB

Storage: GB/1TB SSD

Display: inch (p/4K)

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Slim, lightweight design+Gorgeous 4K display+Strong performance and graphics+Military-durable and secure

Reasons to avoid

-Expensive

The MSI WS65 9TM packs a beastly Nvidia Quadro RTX GPU with 16GB of VRAM, which is more than capable of handling VR despite being designed for 3D modeling, video editing and engineering. It even has a mini DisplayPort at the ready for all of your VR adventures.

Its inch, 4K display is also ridiculously vivid, as it covered percent of the sRGB color gamut and emitted nits of brightness. Jack Black's green-and-brown bow tie in the Jumanji: Next Level trailer might've been glossed over on another panel because of the darker shades, but it popped on the MSI WS65's panel. On top of that, the MSI WS65 passed several MIL-SPEC durability tests and even has a decently long battery life for a souped up workstation.

See our full MSI WS65 9TM review.

How to choose the best VR-ready laptops for you

Before you get around to choosing the best VR-ready laptop for you. Consider the specs you’ll need in the gaming laptop you’re looking at. 

Here are the VR minimum specs:

The main thing you have to worry about when picking out a VR-ready laptop is what kind of specs it has and if it has a mini DisplayPort. Anything apart from those features are negligible if you’re just focused on the VR portion, but you should be mindful of the display, keyboard and size of the laptop, as you’re likely to use it as a normal gaming laptop as well.

If you’re on a budget, consider looking at laptops with lower-end AMD GPUs, such as the Dell G5 15 SE (). It won’t be ideal, but it’ll get your VR setup up and running. Of course, you can spring for a laptop with an RTX GPU, like the Alienware m17 R4, which would absolutely kill it in VR, but that’s going to cost you. Overall, you have to figure out your budget and what’s important to you in a VR-ready laptop.

How we test the best VR-ready laptops 

We put each laptop through extensive benchmark testing — both synthetic and real-world — before they end up in the hands of our reviewers. We evaluate each aspect of the laptop, including its performance, battery life, display, speakers and heat management.

In our benchmark testing, we use a Klein K10 colorimeter to detect the brightness and sRGB color gamut of the laptop's display. For performance testing, we run the laptop through a gauntlet of benchmarks, including Geekbench and and 3DMark professional graphics tests. 

To determine real-world performance, we task the laptop to convert a 4K video to p resolution and to duplicate a GB multimedia file. Our real-world graphics test is the Dirt 3 benchmark with medium settings at p resolution.

We also run heat tests by playing a minute full-screen video and measuring temperatures in different areas of the laptop. Last but not least, our battery test consists of continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at nits of brightness. For MacBooks and premium Windows 10 laptops, a runtime of over 9 hours is considered a good result whereas gaming laptops and workstations that can stay powered for longer than 5 hours deserve praise. 

These tests are complemented with extensive hands-on testing from our reviewers who critique everything from the laptop's materials to the feel of its touchpad.

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Hey everyone! I am seriously on the fence about buying a Quest 2 Headset for both standalone and PC VR gaming, but me being on the fence is more due to the PC VR aspect. I will not buy this headset if I can't play certain PC VR games (Like SkyrimVR or MinecraftVR), but I've heard sometimes people with unsupported cards can only play SteamVR, which is okay for me.

 

I also worry about latency issues since I know my GPU is unsupported and I will have to use Virtual Desktop, but my Laptop has no ethernet port so I wonder if my connection will lead to high latency lag in PC VR.

 

For more of an idea of my specs, I have an iH CPU, a GTX Ti GPU, and 16 GB RAM. As for WiFi, my modem is an XFinity Advanced Gateway with a /5 GHz dual channel. My WiFi plan encompasses a Mbps download, too 

 

For some more context, I can run games like The Witcher 3 on medium-high settings with very smooth and stable frames. 

 

I also passed the Steam VR Readiness Tool, which said my Laptop was "VR Ready", but I know that tool is a bit outdated. Any advice?

 

EDIT: I also am not a picky gamer. I will always lower settings for performance improvements. I should rephrase my question to "Can I play VR Smooth on Low-Medium Settings", because I do NOT care much for being able to play on High or Ultra settings in most games. For me, just having a stable FPS would be nice.

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