GeForce RTX For Virtual Reality

Great VR Takes A Great GPU

Virtual reality delivers some of the most immersive experiences in PC gaming. But getting VR right is hard. With effective display resolutions at 4K and growing, minimum refresh rates of 90 Hz, and razor-thin latency tolerances, VR is one of the world’s most demanding PC applications and requires the world’s most powerful GPUs.

GeForce RTX GPUs from NVIDIA give you the performance to power top titles on the latest VR headsets. Plus, they come packed with technology to crank up settings for truly mind-blowing, immersive gameplay.

GeForce RTX For Virtual Reality

Great VR Takes A Great GPU

Virtual reality delivers some of the most immersive experiences in PC gaming. But getting VR right is hard. With effective display resolutions at 4K and growing, minimum refresh rates of 90 Hz, and razor-thin latency tolerances, VR is one of the world’s most demanding PC applications and requires the world’s most powerful GPUs.

GeForce RTX GPUs from NVIDIA give you the performance to power top titles on the latest VR headsets. Plus, they come packed with technology to crank up settings for truly mind-blowing, immersive gameplay.

GeForce RTX 30 Series

The Ultimate Play

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs are powered by Ampere—NVIDIA’s 2nd gen RTX architecture—and feature faster 2nd gen Ray Tracing cores, faster 3rd gen Tensor Cores, and new streaming multiprocessors that bring stunning visuals and faster frame rates. Get the best VR experience with GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs.

Performance

FPO

Compatible With All Top Headsets

GeForce RTX GPUs offer plug and play compatibility with all of the top VR headsets, and GeForce Game Ready Drivers include the latest performance tweaks and updates for VR titles.

Compatible Headsets Include:

Oculus Quest 2

Oculus Quest

Oculus Rift S

Oculus Rift

Valve Index

HP G2 Reverb

HP Reverb

HTC VIVE Pro Eye

HTC VIVE Pro

HTC VIVE Pro 2

HTC VIVE Focus 3

Windows Mixed Reality

Refer to your headset manufacturer’s recommendations for system requirements.

Leading Tech

Deep Learning Super Sampling

Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS)

DLSS enables improved visual quality for demanding VR content by using a temporally-aware AI algorithm. With DLSS, users can get significantly better visual fidelity while still maintaining 90 frames per second. Several titles, including No Man’s Sky and Myst VR, have integrated DLSS.

Are you a game developer? Learn more about DLSS here.

Ray Tracing

Ray Tracing

GeForce RTX GPUs have dedicated ray tracing cores that enable real-time ray tracing for the most immersive graphics, while still maintaining the high frame rates needed for VR. The popular mechanic simulator Wrench VR uses both ray tracing and DLSS to enable high-quality reflections and shadows.

Are you a game developer? Learn more about ray tracing here.

Everest VR from Solfar Studios uses PhysX to create lifelike snow simulations

PhysX

Physics-based simulations bring VR to life. Destructable objects that fall apart like you would expect, snow that swirls and reacts to air currents, and volumetric fire that engulfs the environment add realism and a sense of immersion to the VR experience. NVIDIA PhysX® uses the power of the GPU for complex physics calculations, enabling effects that are larger, denser, and more realistic.

Are you a game developer? Learn more about PhysX here.

System Recommendations

Step up to the ultimate VR experience with a desktop or laptop PC powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs. Graphics cards, pre-built desktops, and laptops are available from leading OEMs.

  • What You Need - Desktop
  • What You Need - Laptop
VR System Requirements

Find out if your PC is VR-ready through GeForce Experience.

VR System Requirements

Find out if your PC is VR-ready through GeForce Experience.

Supported GPUs
System Requirements

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