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Will it VR?

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Just want to know if the HP Pavilion Power 580-015na Desktop PC will run vr smoothly. Im aware the oculus rifts minimum is a 1050 but will it handle anything else?

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According to sppec, you have  180W PSU and a GTX 1050 card.

The issue is card length and more $$$. You increase card performance and you must add a new PSU.   Shutdown,  remove power cord,  and remove side panel.  Cut a piece of rigid cardboard 4.3" x 11.5" and try to drop it in to the slot area, (just lay it aside the 1050 card) cut off 1/2" of cardboard until it fits. That gives you the max card length.  The Oculus Rift support page says a GTX 1060.  I would like to see a Zotac Mini GTX 1070 and the CorsairCX550M

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