Yes.... but it's not advised to just license the test installation as it won't be fully configured and will likely cause issues like BSOD's.
We would always recommend to reinstall from scratch once you receive the device.
I would be out buying the Index as we speak, but I've got so many major outgoings for the next few years that I can't really justify the spend atm, hence why putting it off until next gen.
But VR is a huge win for me, I know a lot of people don't see it as such an important...
If you can’t find it, here’s a manual of the cosmos 2 which was right at the end of 2014, so may be the right chassis, certainly should be similar.
MAN! So jealous! Were you able to use your current satellites or did you have to buy Valve's ones?
What kinds of games you playing on it?
I think I'll hold off for another generation perhaps, still using the original Vive, but the Valve would be my pick out of the current lineup.
Well done on that, that's impressive to get it stable with that much undervolt.
We've mentioned to PCS about the thermal paste application a few times as it is one of the main issues that crops up with new laptops.
I will make them aware of this one also.
Make sure you have control center installed, that's like a master driver that won't be installed by windows update, which ties into all the other drivers. I guess it's possible that the USB C is turned on off via that, but very unlikely.
I’ve just had a look on clevo and can find the model but no separate entry for usb c, so I would have thought it would be included in the chipset driver.
When you say it doesn’t work, does it not register the device at all?
I did wonder if it would be an issue with the PC rather than the monitor as you had the same issue on the 1080p one.
You have 14 days to return it, no matter what, you don't have to have a reason and they have to take it back by law. Standard 14 day returns law in the UK
Edit, I'm wrong, as it...