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OMEN 15-ek0277ng | Virtual reality | Valve index | 144hz

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OMEN 15-ek0277ng
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey,

 

I'm planning to get a laptop for VR development and VR gaming. But there seems to be no confirmation on this model that could it run Valve Index. Has anyone tested this that will it work with the 120hz setting or even with the 144hz experimental setting for Valve Index?

 

The model is OMEN 15-ek0277ng.

Other specs:

GPU: RTX 2070 Max-Q

CPU: Intel Core i7-10750H

 

There is Mini-Display port and thunderbolt 3 in the laptop but the big question seems to be around the internet that are those ports linked straight to the dedicated GPU (AND NOT THROUGH THE INTERGRATED INTEL CHIP). That seems to be necessary in order for the Valve Index to work with a MiniDisplay -> DisplayPort adapter.

 

It would be nice to have confirmation for this before spending nearly 3000e in order to only find out that it wont work.

 

Thank you,

gorinds

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