Wednesday, June 15, 2016

E3 Psychsoftpc Announces Virtual Reality Ready 4K Gaming Computers

E3 Psychsoftpc Announces Virtual Reality Ready 4K Gaming Computers

Virtual Reality has dominated E3 this year and is bound to only get more prominence as more games are released for VR. In time for E3, Psychsoftpc announces a full line of Virtual Reality Ready 4K Gaming Computers based on Intel Core CPUs and NVidia GPUs based in the Virtual Reality Ready Pascal Architecture. With the Pascal Architecture based GTX 1080 and the GTX 1070 Graphics Cards and high performance Intel CPUs, the Psyborg Extreme Gamer PC line is ready to handle the demands of Virtual Reality gaming on demanding Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR gear as well as 3D gaming on 4K screens.

Psychsoftpc is serious about supporting Virtual Reality Gaming and current and future VR gear such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, OSVR and Microsoft Hololens. That is why they are making Virtual Reality Ready Gaming PCs based on the NVidia Pascal GPU technology. Pascal is the world’s most advanced GPU architecture, delivering truly game-changing performance, innovative technologies, and immersive, next-gen VR offering brilliant gameplay with captivating sights and sounds giving folks a whole new way to game. NVidia GTX GPUs powered by Pascal give next-generation VR performance, the lowest latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with leading headsets through NVIDIA VRWorks technologies. Virtual Reality audio, physics, and haptics let folks hear and feel every moment. NVidia GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 Pascal based cards support full 4K gaming. And these Pascal based cards are DirectX12 compatible for more life-like gaming in Windows 10.

The 4K revolution has arrived on PC, and if folks haven't yet experienced the wonders of Ultra HD gaming, they should. With four times as many pixels as common 1080p displays, 4K monitors can make newer games breathtakingly immersive, and can even add new life to older titles through high-resolution texture packs and mods. Of course, in addition to a 4K monitor, folks will need a boss gaming rig like those from Psychsoftpc with a powerful graphics card like the Pascal based GTX 1080 or GTX 1070 to do them justice because gorgeous visuals don't mean much if the frame rate drops to a crawl.

A large number of polygonal games already support 4K, either natively or through config file changes, and each looks jaw-droppingly good and when folks play the latest blockbuster games at 1920x1080 on their top-end PC they’re not getting the complete experience as most developers create textures and other assets at much higher resolutions, and compress them when playing at lower screen resolutions. When people game on a 4K monitor they can see all the detail and experience all the nuance. Next to VR, 4K is the next big thing in gaming, and once folks have seen and experienced its awesomeness they’ll never want to go back to plain Jane resolutions ever again. If they wear their enthusiast gamer badge with pride and like to think they have the best of the best in PC gear, then they need a 4K system. They owe it to themselves to experience the breathtaking vistas 4K can provide.

As the gaming world moves more to Virtual Reality and all the demands that puts on a system, better gaming machines with better GPUs are becoming more necessary. Even if folks aren't embracing VR gaming yet, it is important that their systems are ready for it. After all, a gaming computer should last a long time and give years of high performance use. That's why Psychsoftpc embraces the latest in Graphics innovations and strives to make their machines not only ready for today's gaming but gaming in the years to come.

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