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Just seen a tempting deal for a reverb professional edition, but want to make sure it comes with everything needed.

I don’t see any sensors on stands like I have with my oculus CV1, does the reverb work on a different principal?can somebody explain for me, many thanks. 

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The reverb uses inside out tracking , so no stands or lighthouses required just the HMD and the controllers 

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41 minutes ago, speed-of-heat said:

The reverb uses inside out tracking , so no stands or lighthouses required just the HMD and the controllers 

Ok many thanks for clarifying 

out of interest do you own a reverb?
I have a Ryzen 7 3700x oc to 4.5ghz a 1080ti and 32gb ddr4 dcs is running really nicely with my pc and my cv1 with high settings. I’m looking at the reverb because I’d like an improvement in clarity. Do you think I’m pushing it with my specs going for the reverb? The other option is the rift S. 


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harrier landing GIFRYZEN 7 3700X Running at 4.35 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti

32gb DDR4 RAM @3200 MHz

Oculus CV1 NvME 970 EVO

TM Warthog Stick & Throttle plus 11" extension. VKB T-Rudder MKIV

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