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Can a core i5 4460 run Mixed Reality on Ultra 90Hz

So the specification for cpu for Ultra is core i5 4590.
However I have core i5 4460. Will my system be forced to run MR on normal 60Hz mode, or it can run Ultra 90 mode?
Thank you very much

Best Answer


  • NeocrevilNeocrevil
    edited December 2017

    Just to add, I have core i5 4460, 16GB ram, and GTX 1060 6GB.
    Can it run Mixed Reality on Ultra 90Hz mode?

  • All I can tell you is I have an I5 3570K overclocked to 4.1ghz, same setup for the rest, and it works in ultra perfectly.
    Well, except from a bunch of bugs, specially with SteamVR. But they're not due to the CPU or the headset.

  • Before upgrading my pc to an i7 and a 1070ti I had an i5 4440 with a 1060 6gb. It worked fine with 90hz mode. I had some issues with more demanding games like Doom VFR or Fallout 4 VR on my website - but most smaller games worked without problems.

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