[SOLVED] How to use oculus link on PC with outdated motherboard?

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My PC has old motherboard which is h61. It has no USB 3.0. But, it has RX 570 graphic card. It also has outdated CPU: i5 3570. Its RAM is 2x8GB DDR3. Can I run oculus link with Oculus Quest 2 in this PC? If yes, how to do that?

Please help me
 
The best way to do this is get a pci-e usb expansion card.
Basically a card that slots into your motherboard like your gpu, and instead of display, it adds USB ports. You would need one that is USB 3 for optimal results.

Though I have heard you can use USB 2.0, it's just not as sharp and smooth.
These USB cards are not expensive (shouldn't be more than a few dollars.), so I think it's worth it.
 
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The best way to do this is get a pci-e usb expansion card.
Basically a card that slots into your motherboard like your gpu, and instead of display, it adds USB ports. You would need one that is USB 3 for optimal results.

Though I have heard you can use USB 2.0, it's just not as sharp and smooth.
These USB cards are not expensive (shouldn't be more than a few dollars.), so I think it's worth it.
 
Reactions: AsteriskRin
Feb 17, 2021
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0
10
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The best way to do this is get a pci-e usb expansion card.
Basically a card that slots into your motherboard like your gpu, and instead of display, it adds USB ports. You would need one that is USB 3 for optimal results.

Though I have heard you can use USB 2.0, it's just not as sharp and smooth.
These USB cards are not expensive (shouldn't be more than a few dollars.), so I think it's worth it.
Thanks! I was thinking of using AirLink by using 5Ghz pci-e wifi. Is it better than using USB 3.0 pci-e expansion card?
 

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