Will these system specs allow me to play Elite Dangerous VR on my PS4 Pro PSVR?

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    EventHorizon1911
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    Hello,
    I have recently discovered the ability to use this software to allow integration with many PC VR games to PSVR and I am really excited to get my PSVR to play Elite Dangerous through my PSVR headset but my laptop is pretty limited so I wanted to check with someone. I have a PS4 Pro and of course PSVR and I already have Elite Dangerous for my PSVR but I assume I’ll need to buy the VR version through Steam to play it on PSVR using Trinus, correct? Also, will it even work using one of my two laptops? I’ll post the specs below for both of them. As you might be able to tell, I’m not an expert with computers but I can get around with the proper guidance and I appreciate any help that anyone might be able to provide. Thank you.

    Laptop Specs
    HP Notebook
    Processor: AMD E2-7110 APU with AND Radeon R2 Graphics 1.80 Hz
    Windows 10

    **Or my other laptop**

    Inspiron 5558
    Intel Core i3-4005U CPU @ 1.70 GHz 1.70 GHz
    Installed RAM: 4.00 GB
    Windows 10
    Installed RAM: 4.00 GB (3.47 usable)

    #7742

    KarathKasun
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    Elite Dangerous would likely not run on either laptop to be frank.

    GPU wise you will need a GTX 1050 Ti/RX 560 MINIMUM (it will not be very pretty and may stutter). I would also suggest that any AMD CPU before Ryzen is going to have a hard time maintaining high FPS. For Intel anything from the i7-2600 chip or better should be sufficient.

    If you are playing simple VR games like SuperHot, you may be able to get away with lower specs than listed above. I would not recommend buying a PC with less than a RX 470 or GTX 1060 for VR though.

    1080 Ti would be the optimal GPU but Vega 56/GTX 1070 should get you great performance at a lower cost if you can find them at realistic prices (they are supposed to be around $400 USD).

    I have a GTX 1050 Ti laptop and RX 560 desktop, neither can play VR specific games without the headset display looking like Minecraft from the lack of good anti-aliasing.

    Old games like Fallout 3 or Fallout: New Vegas play very well using the VorpX conversion software though. Fallout 4 even plays decently through the conversion software, not sure about the actual FO4 VR specific games performance though.

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