Although this point sounds like a pretty much basic thing to bear in mind, the quality of your equipment matters so that we get top VR experience. According to experts, the screens inside a VR headset have a refresh rate of 90 Hz while the games should run on the range between 60 FPS to 90 FPS or even higher.
Remember that your video output will look very life like if your image is 60 FPS or higher, which is the true experience what VR should be all about.
Life-like, dynamic images that portray exciting creativity in VR cannot be rendered fully unless you have PC with these specifications: NVIDIA GTX 970 graphics card, 8 GB of RAM and an Intel Core-i5 processor or higher for your HTC Vive and Oculus Rift that are connected to a PC.
And this always brings us back to the basics… if your computer is not upgraded enough, and the content you view is not crystal clear, you will end up frustrated about the quality, as well as nauseous and feeling headache.