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Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset

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  • Top VR gaming library: Blast, slash and soar your way through the top library in VR gaming. Oculus Rift S lets you play hundreds of games and exclusives already available in the Oculus store, with so much more to come.
  • Improved optics: Stare down the competition with next-generation lenses and a sharper display. Improved optics deliver bright, vivid colors and reduced “screen-door” effect.
  • Ergonomic design: Keep your head in the game thanks to a Halo headband redesigned with speed in mind. Rift S stays securely and comfortably in place with a quick twist of the fit wheel, so it can take-or double take-your fastest reactions.
  • Oculus touch controllers: Arm yourself with our updated Oculus touch controllers. Your slashes, throws and grab appear in VR with intuitive, realistic precision, transporting your hands and gestures right into the game.
  • Oculus insight tracking: take a step forward with Oculus insight. It translates your movements into VR No matter which way you’re facing and provides room-scale tracking without external sensors.
  • Oculus Rift S requires your Facebook account to log in, making it easy to meet up with friends in VR and discover communities around the world

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20 reviews for Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset

    Aquifer
    March 16, 2022
    Controllers;different but are the same. They are lighter than the cv1 but are thinner so if playing a fast moving game you will have to grip a little tighter. The straps on the controller feel lower quality but at the same time more comfortable to have on. The controllers also vibrate at the top instead of the whole controller as well.Resolution/VisualSignificant resolution increase from Oculus Rift Cv1 (you WILL notice you can READ things much EASIER) but LCD instead of OLED, so blacks are a dim grey.Passthrough is a gift from heaven being able to see your room easily without ripping off the headset every time you want to do something!Tracking;Better but also different. Since it is inside-out-tracking there are blindspots. (Mostly behind you) Sticking your controller on the headset or really close around the headset will end up in loss in tracking. When you do lose tracking though it wont move until it finds the controller again.I do find the tracking is more solid than cv1 and wont lose tracking as easy as cv1 did. I can move my hands faster in front of me and they wont fly all over the place. Batteries are tighter inside the controller so they wont move as easy. (Which prevents disconnecting when playing high speed games such as beat saber)Ring is on top instead of bottom. I find this to be a different feeling but just something to get used to.IPD adjustment is 58-72mm. It is software based and not mechanically moving the lens left and right.Setup is super easy and It takes around 5 minutes in total. Plug it in. Then it does some installation and its done! Controllers are already linked to the headset! You will use a laser pointer to map out your play area using the passthrough lens (its like 2mp I swear) And your done!The halo design is sooo comfortable compared to the cv1! Its softer on the head too! Apparently it is also detachable (I haven't been able to yet) because on the Oculus store in the accessories panel you can buy the halo part. (Cool huh?)Audio;Its a disappointment. The audio has no bass to it like cv1 did and theres no headphones from Oculus to fix this. Sticking headphones over the headset was difficult but after I was able to do it, it was just fine I use Void Pros. Around $100 for those.Audio is like having two small phones playing music above your ears.Cables.Cable is 5Meters long and its thicker than cv1. Its display port and USB 3.0. Which means your graphics card needs a display-port or you need an adapter from hdmi to display-port. I do believe this is an improvement!Hopefully this Review helps!
    47 people found this helpful
    Jacob
    January 7, 2022
    Absolutely incredible experience. I saw some negative comments about no headphones and no mechanical ipd so but if you own your own headphone and have a normal sized head then there are no problems with this vr system. The only problem is the number of softwares you need to install for you to use steam games but that’s not a big deal. The headset is light not very bulky I had no problems with tracking my arms behind me without external sensors and the resolution and 80hz feels incredible. Super immersive in simulators and incredible in traditional vr games. Another plus is this system is only 400$. The index, Htc pro and oculus(with 3rd recommend sensor) all cost 1000$ so for more than half the price you get an incredible headset and I recommend this to anyone getting into VR however this is a update rather than a upgrade so if you have the original rift you will want to wait for the rift 2.
    One person found this helpful
    D. Guv
    November 15, 2021
    We went from an Oculus Rift directly over to the Oculus Rift S and the difference is night and day. The image is insanely sharper and more detailed. Only having one cord and no extra sensors is a major improvement. The headset fits really well, much more comfortable than before. The controllers take a little getting used to compared to the Rift since there's no flat place to rest your thumbs to make a fist, I guess you have to rest them on the buttons.Overall I love this VR headset. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
    16 people found this helpful
    JediL1C1OUS
    November 15, 2021
    This headset has exceeded my expectations. The tracking works very well, display is crisp, and its by far the best bang for your VR buck at the moment. My only minor gripe is the speakers but there's still other options to remedy that. What cracks me up are the 1 star reviews as if they did a bait and switch telling you it has HDMI. Lol. It's advertised as DisplayPort and USB 3.0. It's your own fault if you bought it not realizing your PC isn't compatible.
    89 people found this helpful
    Daryl
    November 6, 2021
    No one in the household can stop playing Beat Saber. My sister said she'd like to use this when meditating. My friends are all getting into Table Top simulator now and debating the Quest or Rift S. I'm sucked into Skyrim VR. Everyone is finding something they love to use it for. We're probably buying another one for this house. For me and my friends, this head set is fantastic. The tracking of headset and controllers is very precise and good, no issues there. I was worried it'd be worse than base station setups, but it works flawlessly. Guardian system is very good and helpful. Much better experience than Vive (original) I tried a few years ago IMO.
    One person found this helpful
    Justin Pickette
    October 29, 2021
    First headset I've ever owned, it's a great starter, easy to set up, works well with glassesLike every other headset it will get sweaty just have a rag and disinfectant wipes on standby when your done to keep your headset cleanOne other side note, figure out the cable length, it's pretty long I dont have the correct length but my issue is I keep stepping on it and that bugs jerking my neck....Other than that the games are great to play, sometimes the controls tracking makes my control drift to the side out of no where but it fixes itself right away.Also for the sound, it will be quiet at full blast, but head to sound settings and turn on the bass, that will make it much betterI recommend the rift s to anyone getting started on pc vr^^
    Steve R.
    October 27, 2021
    I just got it and I can’t put it down. VR sickness is definitely a thing, but I’m learning that after taking breaks I can go for longer next time so it seems to be something that you need to train for essentially. My one and only complaint is that I had to download 17gb of drivers, firmware and software before I could use it. Once everything was set up, updated and calibrated I had a great time. The software that you from oculus has some really cool stuff. I bought this to play Skyrim VR which I have also been doing but it makes me nauseous a lot faster. So certain games and experiences might make you sick faster than others. All in all I think it’s a great product and I’m sure it will make me late for work at least a few times. I may re-visit this review since it’s only been a few days since I opened the box.
    Jordan GlassJordan Glass
    October 27, 2021
    First I want to point out the specs of my desktop, which is a GTX 1080, 8600k, and 16gb of ram.I was a little suspicious at first if the Rift S was actually worth the upgrade coming from the first Rift. This is oculus' first big attempt at Inside-Out tracking, but I have to admit, they nailed it. It isn't as perfect if you had a 3 or 4 sensor setup with the previous Rift, but as long as you aren't shoving your controllers into your face or flinging your arms behind your back, the sensing is almost seamless.Out of the box, which if I can add is a very pleasant unboxing experience, you get the headset itself, two of their newer controllers, batteries and a displayport to minidisplay port adapter, plus some manual and instructions stuff. One of the advantages this has over the rift is how simple it is to get setup. No more time being wasted trying to find the perfect spot and angle for each sensor, and hoping you have enough usb 3.0 ports. All the Rift S requires is displayport and one usb 3.0 port. Once Oculus' software is installed it configures the Rift S very quickly, and the process to setup your guardian boundaries is so much easier.After all the setup is done and got back into the Home, I realized how much better the visuals are. The screen-door effect is practically not visible at all, and text is so much clearer to read. (I'm actually using the virtual desktop screen with the Rift S on while typing this review). I'm pretty sure I cant go back to the original rift without getting sick with the SDE and lower resolution. While the compromise to the higher resolution was going from a 90hz refresh rate to an 80hz refresh rate, the drop is not very noticeable, only if you are really looking for it. As long as you have the hardware to put out those frame rates, I will gladly take the much clearer visuals.I tested out a couple of games, Beatsaber, Echo VR and Superhot. All played excellently and didn't notice any flaws in the tracking or get disoriented with the 80hz.In addition, this headset is waaaaaaaaay more comfortable than the original rift. The knob to tighten/loosen the strap is much easier to use, and I'm even able to fit my glasses without them scratching the lenses, which I didnt have the room to do so in my old rift. It is a little heavier in the front, but it isnt that much noticable.The only negative I have is the audio. I'm not sure why Oculus decided to remove the speakers from the first rift. Those were fantastic and had great quality. The new speakers are hidden on each sides of the strap, so while you are able to hear your surroundings around you, I found it harder at times to be immersed in whatever I was doing, and there is practically very little bass at all, which is a bummer in games like beatsaber. They did include a headphone jack so that you can use your own headphones, but be warned! I get the feeling that most over-ear headphones wont fit properly. I have Hyperx Cloud II's, and they just barely fit. I dont have any earbuds, but i would assume those would work without a problem.All in all the Rift S, in my opinion, is worth it if you are new to VR or even if you had the original consumer rift like I did. Oculus keeps making steps in the right direction and hopefully will get VR to become even more mainstream someday.
    373 people found this helpful
    John Smith
    June 19, 2021
    It was waiting patiently for a VR headset worth owning and Rift S was the first one that checked all the boxes for me:- Easy setup without base stations.- Higher res than first generation VR.- Reduced screen-door effect.- Reasonable price.I've played it only for a couple of hours and I can report it delivers exactly as promised. Tracking is great, comfort is good, everything just works. I was even surprised that it works well for me with my 71.5 IPD. I was able to fit my wide glasses in it too and the image quality was great. Using glasses reduces the field of view a bit, that's why I'm ordering prescription lenses for it.Overall it's a great product - if you are in the same place as myself waiting for the perfect time to get into the VR stuff, the time is now and this is your perfect first VR headset.
    32 people found this helpful
    Alex
    June 19, 2021
    First of all, I absolutely love the oculus rift s and have been constantly blown away from the moment I opened the box. Unlike most of the negative reviews on here I actually did my research first (if doing research is reading the description) and realized I need a display port instead of hdmi. For me this is fine, I have a couple DP and HDMI ports on my computer. Great. I ran into an issue where the oculus would crash playing level 1-2 of robot recall but looking online it seems that this has been on ongoing problem with that specific game since oculus rift was out. In any case, the introductory demo blew me away completely. Maybe it's because I'm looking at this product through nostalgia glasses of what I was hoping the future would be like but I am so happy that VR technology is here and my personal experience was that it was absolutely incredible looking at things in VR and just playing around. I just want to stress again that most "issues" with this product that people seem to be complaining about seem more like issues with their own laptops or they just didn't read the fine print. After I finish writing this I'm heading right back in to Gun Club VR for some target practice. All in all BUY THIS PRODUCT, it will blow your mind, but DO YOUR RESEARCH, or you might have a sore behind.
    80 people found this helpful
    alfonso
    June 6, 2021
    DO YOURSELF A FAVOR IF YOU DONT HAVE A DECENT COMPUTER DONT BUY THIS, AND IF YOU DID, DONT WHINE ABOUT HOW GARBAGE IS YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH IT, BECAUSE THE ONLY GARBAGE IS YOUR PC!MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ABOVE THE RECOMENDED SETTINGS OR HARDWARE BEFORE PLAYING WITH ONE OF THESE HEADSETS!This is one of the best vr experiences ive ever had, i had a windows mixed reality for a year and its really bad, but i got this for Christmas and its the best thing ive ever had, playing games like boneworks and the walking dead saints and sinners, and half life alyx was the best things my eyes could ever experience! make sure you get rechargeable batteries and find yourself some hand grips for your controllers, you wont regret it !
    CF
    June 6, 2021
    I do own a CV1 Rift; and I still like it; although the main problem for me was the sensors. Few years ago, there was no escape, either if you pick a vive or a rift; but now there is an option.Granted, this is not a revolution from the previous rift; in some ways it has "lower" specs; but don't get that fool you. Technology is going forward, as such; you get better products with more optimizations, that are actually going "slower". Look at your 16 cores i9 and compare it to a single core CPU from years ago: it goes slower but can do hundreds of things faster, if the code is optimized.So don't get fooled by the number-lovers that tell you that more is better. Refresh rate is at 80Hz; this may be OK for you or not, can't say since most of the people can't tell the difference, but some are more sensitive to the variations in refresh rate, and those are usually more prone to get motion sickness. Give it a try first; but chances are that you won't be able to tell the difference between the 90Hz of the original rift, 80Hz of the S and the 100+Hz in the new Valve Index.The screen is new, it is just one screen, but the resolution is higher. To me it looks much better than the 2 separate screens of the rift; and everything looks crisp and defined, with the new lenses (both the screen and lenses are the same as the oculus Go)The big thing is inside-out tracking: forget about setting up lighthouses or sensors; you can plug in the device and off you go. 99% of the time I felt no problems with the games I play; both for room scale or sitting experiences. Some issues are manifesting if you occlude the controllers or the cameras, so if you put your controller behind you or below a table; but that is the same if you would use a sensor setup. As far as performances, not that much difference between the rift and the new S model. It just looks better and feel more precise. If you move around a lot, and don't want to re-calibrate the sensors every time, that alone is worth the upgrade. I am in this category.Bear in mind, you still have the cable, but can't do that without. The rift S is a tethered device; you can get a quest for the same price; but you get a watered down experience with the quest, but wireless. The quest is fundamentally a phone chip inside the headset, so while powerful, you have to strap a battery pack on yourself, because you get only few hours of battery life out of the quest; and the graphics is nowhere near the games you can play on the Rift S; because they are mobile games. Some look great, but that is because they were ported to the Quest; with the intention to show the max capabilities of the device. If you have a large PC game library, forget about the Quest, unless you want to stream on it (but you can do the same with the Go at that point, since you won't use the 6 DOF that the Quest support).So in the end, if you have no Rift, the S is a great upgrade. If you have a rift, it may not be a step forward, but more of an improvement. Imagine yourself buying every year the new Samsung or iPhone device; this is exactly the same thing. New device, iterative design, similar price.So pick and choose if the pros and cons are in your range of what you consider important, and decide if you want this device or not.
    14 people found this helpful
    Sarge
    June 1, 2021
    I real blast to use. Boneworks and Skyrim VR (with 44 mods) are both tons of fun. I highly recommend Robo Recall as a great intro to VR. I run an RTX 2070 and 9900k, cpu hits maybe 50% usage tops, gpu can hit 100% but I never have had huge frame rate drops. Tracks very well. it does have a minor screen door effect that, for me, only ever shows up when I look for it. it's easy to ignore. Touch controllers are good, light yet sturdy feeling. Good response and feels right in most games. last thing, keep the sensors clean! use the provided microfiber cloth to clean the tracking cameras regularly. it makes a huge difference.
    Jordan Grim
    May 30, 2021
    Would like to point I've never experienced VR before, but this VR set is AMAZING when it works. The IPD seems fine on default... Changed it via software and show no changes in vision soz. Gameplay so far is amazing. Only games i tried is beat saber and skyrim so far.Give this a 5 star for graphic, ease of use, setup. Rated 4 due do the issues i ran into so far, and absolutely hate that dumb advertisement window that pops up every time i put headset on for oculus software. Should be option to disable just that tbh unless there is and haven't found it.I've read all the issues and troubleshoot steps of head of time before purchase, and to say the least i was expecting issues. and yes this thing was a bit of a pain to setup. First of all its states my USB3.0 is not compatibility... yet it still plays and opens everything. Only real issue i had was it kept disconnecting, likely due to the USB 3.0. With all the troubleshooting i read online on reddit etc, i somehow got it to stop disconnecting for now. We'll see, even though it still states my USB3.0 not compatibility.Another issue i ran into on Day 3 of use is that the oculus software (Version 12.1) keeps telling to setup my guardian when it was already setup muliple times a day. I believe it still has something to due with the incompatibility of the 3.0 ports using "VIA USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller -1.0 (Microsoft)"Since my mobo (MSI GA-78LMT-USB3 6.0) is a small form factor, i have no more PCI-E slots or anything for a PCIE Expansion card, only slot i had was PCI, which heard PCI USB 3.0 doesnt work in most cases and some cases it does. So took my chances with "StarTech.com 4 Port PCI SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Adapter Card with SATA/SP4 Power - Quad Port PCI USB 3 Controller Card (PCIUSB3S4)" Read this PCI slot worked for some.My PC Specs;Win10 Version 1909 Pro editionGPU: GTX1060 OCCPU: FX8370 eight core clocked at 4.2 Mhz24GB RAM clock at 1600Will update once i get the card today to see if the incompatibility 3.0 ports can be resolved...UPDATE: "StarTech.com 4 Port PCI SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Adapter Card" Did not work saddly, spoke with start tech support and advised they have no PCI Cards that would support the amount of data that oculus occurs since only 1 channel card. Advised only the PCI-E would work. Saddly do not have a PCI-e slot available. So have to upgrade mobo or deal with the issue. (Personally can't upgrade as it requires upgrading to DDR4 Ram and AMD4 cpu slot as my mobo is older side with DDR3 and AMD3 slot., so will deal with the issue till upgrade in near future saddly)As for the issue, even those ports states incompatibility, it rarely disconnects, maby once a day if cables loose. As for the oculus software forcing to setup gaurdian all the time. This is still happening and apparently its oculus software that the issue and is known.So overall loving the experience except for the 2 main issues.UPDATE: 6/20/2020Recently upgraded my PC motherboard to MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus board with Ryan 7 3700x, DDR4 RAM and NVMe SSD. Ran for 2-3 months, and have not one single issue with it disconnecting. Everything seems to run smoothly and runs on max quality. (Still have my GTX 1060 Gaming X OC graphic card.)
    Paul RodríguezPaul Rodríguez
    May 24, 2021
    The media could not be loaded.  Very nice vr headset, excelent performance and very light.(BUY A WALL SUPPORT OR PIN FOR THE CABLE)The cord might be a little un confortable at the begining, but with an easy fix like the one on the picture you get the cable out of the floor.I thought that the whole facebook thing was going to be a boomer, but meh, I just created a facebook account to use it and no problems, I don't even need to do anything with the acct.
    Sean
    May 19, 2021
    If you read most of the negative reviews. They seem to be from people who couldn’t figure out how to get the headset to work or didn’t actually bother to read the specs. You aren’t really offering a useful review because you didn’t do enough research to know you need a display port on your laptop. This headset doesn’t deserve 1 star because of your ignorance.That said, here is what I like and don’t like about the Rift S.What I like: Since I travel for work, lugging the old Rift and setting it up was tedious. After hooking up and aligning all the sensors and the laptop, I often didn’t even feel like playing a game anymore. The Rift S is a huge step in the right direction for this alone. No sensors. Just 2 cables. Put on the headset after your PC is booted up, the Oculus software will start automatically, and then your looking at a 3D correct view of your room. You set your floor height by touching it with your controller and then “paint” a line around your walls and furniture for your boundary.The lcd screen is very clear and the lenses are fantastic. It’s a big improvement over the original rift in visuals. I also like the halo head strap. It’s very comfortable and the foam lining feels super soft. The colors are more vibrant that the original rift. That isn’t saying a ton though because the original rift had bad colors and bad black levels for an Oled display. Apparently Oculus calibrated the panels this way to help with problems like black smear and godrays. Godrays are internal reflections from the Fresnel lenses. The Rift S minimizes these reflections considerably.The controller and headset tracking are fantastic. Leaps and bounds better than Windows MR and on par with a 3 sensor Rift set up. No complaints there. You should know that you need the room lights to be on for tracking with the Rift S though, just like WMR. Although I have seen people use infra red lamps to illuminate the room invisibly to humans that seems to work well. It’s your preference. Personally I have no problem with the room lights being on when I’m in VR.What I don’t like: I wish they had used the Oled panels from the Quest. The Quest oled panels are beautiful. Deep blacks, vibrant colors. Much better than the original rift. The LCD suffers in dark scenes. I’d still take the Rift S LCD over the original Rift oled, but the Quest oled would have been better.What I also don’t like: The audio is garbage. There is no way around this. I like not having attached headphones to deal with putting on the headset, but sadly the built in speakers are bad. Now I’m forced to use earbuds until my Mantis clip on headphones arrive . I know I just said I didn’t like dealing with the attached headphones on the original rift, but that just shows how bad the Rift S audio truly is. I hope Oculus offers a deluxe audio strap solution at a later date. However, I’m not holding my breathe. They knew this audio was junk before they released the headset in the first place. Upselling an optional audio solution that is better won’t sit well with most consumers. It’s like selling a new car with a flawed gas pedal that only goes half throttle and then selling you an optional deluxe gas pedal that goes all the way to the floor. Wait, the auto industry does that sort of thing all the time(Tesla ludicrous mode). Maybe that’s a bad example.I’ve owned/own the original Rift, Samsung Odyssey, Oculus Go, Oculus Quest, and the Rift S. The Rift S is the best of the PC headsets and the Quest is a game changer that you’d have to pry from cold dead hands. If you are new to PC VR, the Rift S is a great headset. If you are fanatical about VR and have a large bank account, you’d have to buy the Valve Index. However, if you are fanatical, you already know all this and probably aren’t reading this review anyway.
    7 people found this helpful
    Bernyboi
    May 19, 2021
    This thing is amazing, other than it seems like everytime i turn off and back on my PC i have to recalibrate the whole thing. But other than that no complaints!
    130 people found this helpful
    Tech Plus
    April 25, 2021
    the headset is amazing and comfortable.Pros:- very nice resolution and graphics same with the colors are very nice.- comfortable to wear for a long session, ofc it vary from one person to another.- its an inside out tracking yet it does an excellent job on tracking controllers and moving around.- light weight and doesnt feel bulky on the head or feels or pulling on your head.- great lenses with VERY minimal barely noticeable SDE (Screen Door Effect).- Passthrough+ is an amazing feature that lets you see your surrounds without taking the headset off.Cons:- Although the colors look REALLY good as an LCD the blacks do look abit washed out yet they are not as bad as people claim them to be compared to an OLED, yes its not as good or better but not as bad.- Built-in speakers again not as bad but they are lacking in some areas, good to hear "voices" but not good for music or heavy sounds like guns or a scene with dramatic SFX going on, plus they dont isolate you so the immersion isnt there, you will get distracted since sounds around you will get mixed up with the speaker alot if your in a noisy house/room.- Fixed IPD, cant change it physically only software so make sure you measure your IPD before buying or try them first they fit 63-65 i fit in that range so i cant comment on how it feels for someone higher or lower than that.TIPS/NOTES:- If you wear glasses beware you might scratch the lenses since they sit VERY close to the eye, best to invest in prescription lens adapters OR a 3D printed rings (cheaper or if you have a friend with a printer can make them for free) that fit around the lenses to add some space between yous glasses and lens.- Good to buy a lens cover to avoid dust or accidental scratches while moving it around.- Cable pulleys are a must if you like to play moving around alot since the cable can get tangled around you and its pretty annoying, and it might get dangerous for sudden movements might pull hard on the cable and break something.Overall a very good headset nice quality and excellent tracking that doesnt break the bank, i recommend this not only for beginners even for veterans people say its good for people who are getting into VR but they say that because of the "price" while its more than that.but before all of this try it before you buy it.
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    Christopher Brooks
    April 25, 2021
    I loved this - but if I am being honest I did return before 30 days.Reason being is, I thought VR was much higher resolution than I anticipated. I didn't do my research, which is my fault. After a weeks play, I noticed a lot of the finer details of the VRs display that I could not tolerate. I will be happy to make a fully committed VR purchased once I am able to confidently know a headset will be at a resolution quality I can look at for hours.However, the headset and controller are incredibly comfortable. Simple set up, easy to understand, at least for me. Every game I played on it felt great!
    StaceyStacey
    April 25, 2021
    I LOVE, love, love my new VR system! I fell in love with the idea of VR with Google Cardboard and recently went to a local VR bar where they had the Oculus system. That sealed the deal for me. I was set on buying it after leaving, only to find out it required external tracking sensors, which I guess I didn't notice was setup in the play space at the bar :( But, I was all set on making it work somehow in my apartment and was in the process of researching the best setup. Then I stumbled on the Rift S, and decided to hold out for it to avoid the hassle. Boy, am I glad I did!Being a VR newbie, my standards might be lower than others, but my mind was BLOWN straight out of the box! It was a breeze to setup, and I've been playing nearly non-stop since. Beat Saber is by far my favorite game so far.Cons so far:It gets really hot and sweat management is a problem in the headset. I rigged up a makeshift sweatband using sweater tights, and that's helping, but I do worry how it'll affect the headset in the long term. I make sure to take breaks and air it out every hour or so, but it would be nice to have some sort of ventilation system built in.The controllers are kind of wonky and I'm still getting used to them. This is probably a consequence of being new to the Oculus system...Pros: EVERYTHING ELSE. So much fun, I wake up sore everyday and I'm not mad at that AT ALL!I made sure to do my due diligence and research my system compatibility beforehand, and I had to upgrade a few things in my PC build, which I did before the system arrived. Everything worked as expected out of the box. Here are my system specs:AMD Ryzen 5 260016GB RAMWindows 10Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660MSI B450m mobo
    23 people found this helpful
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