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Oculus unveils AMD-powered $500 VR-capable PCs, debuts new asynchronous spacewarp technology

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.
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