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Today, the Facebook-owned digital actuality firm Oculus introduced that Oculus Link, which lets you plug a standalone Quest headset into your gaming PC so you can play Oculus Rift games, is out now in beta. On its personal, the cordless Quest is much less highly effective than its wired cousin, the Rift S. But by plugging the Quest immediately into a VR-ready PC with Oculus Link, it looks as if it may very well be in a position to run rather more highly effective VR experiences if Link works as promised.

Oculus says on a help web page that you’ll want to have a “high-quality” USB three cable and a pc that helps a listing of minimal necessities, that are principally the identical as these for the Rift S, together with an Intel i5-4590 or AMD Ryzen 5 1500X processor or better. If you’ve bought these…

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