Older drivers may be available online or in a resource CD that came with your computer.
The fact that laptops are slower than desktops is common knowledge, but how much slower is hard to quantify, and gamers find themselves weighing the reduction in performance against the price tag and the portability.
Low frames per second (FPS) while PC gaming is your worst enemy — but in VR it can also be literally sickening.
What better reason to give your old hardware some care and keep it performing up-to-snuff for another few months?
You can’t easily upgrade gaming laptops, however, so if you want to improve your laptop gaming performance you’ll usually have to rely on software enhancements.
This limits what you can do, but there are some tools and some tips that can improve gaming performance on a laptop.
Choppy graphics, lagging audio, slow load times all contribute to a bad time, and right now the budget doesn't allow for new hardware.
Starting with some easier tips and moving onto some more complicated stuff, here's how to eke the most performance out of your existing hardware.
You can now place the Rift on your head and you'll see a graph that monitors your performance.
This how-to will go over a variety of methods from cleaning up old files to upgrading your hardware in a few easy to follow steps.
How do I get the best performance out of my computer?
Download the latest Ge Force drivers on Ge NVIDIA 3D Vision™ Surround expands your games across three displays in full stereoscopic 3D for the ultimate "inside the game" experience.
NVIDIA Surround™ also supports triple screen gaming with non-stereo displays.