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siami
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HP OMEN 15 1060 I7 15-ce003na won't work correctly with Oculus Rift no HDMI display

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I have the laptop with the problem. 

 

 

All I can find so far is it could be that the 'HDMI connections connect to the CPU that runs to the integrated Graphics Card (GPU) instead of running directly to the Dedicated GPU'

 

But don't know how to find out if that is the case with this laptop.

 

Seem to be lots of different things to try and I'm going through them , but wondered if you had any luck?

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I did not get the 15-ce003na to work, there was a hardware incompatibility, something to do with the way electronics links the 1060 internal card with the HDMI interface, no one could explain it to me either from HP or Oculus. I ended up buying a DELL alienware.

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Hello @siami

 

Looks like a Mod moved your post. I dont know why.

 

Anyways...

I have heard others report that using the HDMI port on a VR headset wasnt working on the OMEN.

But using a Mini DP to HDMI adapter works.

Pehaps you could try that. Let me know how it turns out.

 

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I did not get the 15-ce003na to work, there was a hardware incompatibility, something to do with the way electronics links the 1060 internal card with the HDMI interface, no one could explain it to me either from HP or Oculus. I ended up buying a DELL alienware.

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I did the same thing. Returning Omen and ordered Alienware.

 

Apparently the HDMI connections connect to the CPU that runs to the integrated Graphics Card (GPU) instead of running directly to the Dedicated GPU.

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