Add support for Link for GTX 1650
Oculus app and link support for more cards. Currently running a GTX1650 which is unsupported.
Please add this to the base of cards supported. I am a VR developer and can't edit or create experiences directly in the editor because of this limitation.
Catalin Traum commented
ADD SUPPORT FOR THE GTX 1650!!! YOU DID IT FOR THE SUPER VERSION. SO DO IT FOR THE BASE VERSION
Chimpandog 99 commented
please support the nevidia GTX1650 i spent 80 dollers and then could not play.
Oculus don't give a **** about GTX1650 users
Christian Rodriguez commented
Please add much needed support for GTX1650!!
I also join the request to review and update the system of the GTX1650 MAX Q to make it compatible.
I also see it necessary so that I can develop.
I am likely going to get an Oculus Quest 2 to use tethered to my computer, but my computer is a gaming laptop and the GTX 1650 is soldered to the motherboard and cannot be changed ever. This means I'm stuck with a GTX 1650 unless I want to spend even more money on this project, which I'm already forking over more than I'd like to various companies.
If I buy it and it doesn't work (it likely will, as 1650s are technically better than 1050s, which are supported, in every single way), then I'll return it, and take advantage of Amazon's generous retrun policies to make sure I don't spend a ton of money on it.
But I'm unable to get this for a minimum of 2 months, and I don't want to wait for 2 months wishing and hoping it will work, only to be disappointed severely after 2 months of stress and hype.
Dear Oculus: PLEASE, oh PLEASE test the GTX 1650's ability to be used with the Quest 2, or any tethered VR really. I've been saving up for a long amount of time and I'm just held in suspense as have no idea whatsoever if the VR will work well, or even work at all. I'm sure that now, being taken over by Facebook, have access to large sums of money, and the only reason you're not currently throwing money at the problem is because you don't care for it, and that hurts.
I'm sorry if I've been harsh here but all I can say is how extremely worried I've been that my several hundred dollars to be spent on a VR and equipment to go with it will even be worth it, or even returnable in the case of stuff going south.
TL;DR: +1. Oculus, please test the GTX 1650, or else I'll not know for the next 2 months if my VR will really work. ANd the suspense is killing me.