You Can Buy A PC From Oculus For VR, Or You Could Just Build One
Are pre-built PCs worth it? Short answer: Sometimes. Long answer: How comfortable are you with the idea of building your own computer?By Evan Thomas | February 10, 2016
Oculus will now sell you a PC guaranteed to run its Rift VR headset. They're not the cheapest computers in the world, so here's the question: Even with the excessive power you need to run a Rift, are these pre-built computers worth the cost.
To get the most out of the Rift — or at least to get enough out of the Rift that you won't get sick — Oculus recommends some of the latest graphics cards, fifth-generation Intel processors or better and at least 8GB of RAM. You'll need at least Windows 7, and some specific ports on your PC.
A turnkey solution will run from $949 all the way up to $2,549 — and doesn't include the $599 you'll need to shell out for the Rift itself.