AMD and Oculus have teamed up to cut the cost of entry-level VR gaming, thanks to a new $499 system built around RX 470 and a new technology supported by both AMD and Nvidia: Asynchronous spacewarp.
Cheapest "Oculus Ready" PC now comes in at $499, line now includes many laptops.
AMD has revealed specifics on the RX 470 and RX 460, its new refreshes for the $150 and $100 price band. Both should substantially improve on its 28nm hardware, with better power consumption and higher efficiency.
The debate over asynchronous compute capability between AMD and Nvidia has continued to rage -- we've taken a look at how the research is playing out and what each company is currently offering.
Oculus Rift is coming, and with it, we're told, the Virtual Reality revolution is upon us. The company unveiled just what kind of PC you're going to need to power the thing today, and while you're not going to need a top-of-the-line...