Hi, i want to run my unity vr game on oculus app. I have install Oculus app on my pc but it show Oculus is not compatible with this system hardware. So i execute OculusCompactCheck.exe . Which show my graphics card and processor does not meet the minimum hardware requirement. I have a pc with window 8.1 and of 8 gb ram, Intel core i7-5500U CPU @ 2.40 GHz processor and have graphics card of NVIDIA GeForce 920M. I also attach screen shots for minimum requirements check.... Any help please .....
I'm guessing you don't have a PC, like you say, but have a laptop. The compatibility check tells you that neither your CPU, nor your Graphics card, are good enough to support VR. The only help for you is a new laptop or PC.
i5 6600k - GTX1060 - 8GB RAM - Rift CV1 + 3 Senors - 0 PROBLEMS 1 minor problem Dear Oculus, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it", please.
That machine, and the GPU in particular, is below the minimum requirements and won't be compatible. Since laptops typically can't be upgraded, your only option is to buy a new PC. I would recommend getting a gaming desktop PC, the ones on the Oculus Ready PC list are confirmed to be compatible. Thanks. https://www.oculus.com/oculus-ready-pcs/
These are the games I have played with the above system and have not had a "poor experience":
The following are when in the Steam VR environment.... Blocks Arizona Sunshine Conductor Eternity Warriors VR Nature Treks Google Earth VR Star Trek: Bridge Crew Tilt Brush
The following have worked when in the Oculus Rift environment: EVEREST VR VR Roller Coaster- "Cave Depths" Disney Movies VR Spider-Man: Homecoming - Virtual Lucky's Tale Thrills & Chills Roller Coasters oculus DREAMDECK
This PC system is circa early 2010 (except the nVidia GTX980 is an upgrade from the GTX480) and to be fair I also use a from 2016 with GTX180 system that is using 3 sensors and there are moments when I notice the GTX1080 system is a bit more responsive. However I would never describe the old circa 2010 system as giving a "poor experience" and nobody who has tried it has described it as a poor experience. Everyone has said, "Wow". And kids have "discussions" as to who is going next.
Definitely shoot for a better GPU. I'm running on a 970, and it's a great experience. For a desktop PC, I'm finding a 970 for about $150. Also, it is far easier and more reliable to just get a cheaper desktop PC rather than a laptop. Laptop makers have to make sacrifices to fit all these gaming components into a small, travel size object with an already built in screen and keyboard. The cheapest you can get a VR laptop for is about $1000, while the cheapest VR ready desktop is about $500. Neither of those really give a good VR experience, but you get the point.