Overclock3d reporting the news that Nvidia is confirming and stating the VR issues on the GTX 1000 series will receive a driver fix. What the article says is that VR users using their HTC VIVE are not able to use the displayport connection and must use the HDMI connection. It is a problem for some VR users as they may need the HDMI port for other display panels. Click the source link for the Overclock3d article.
Guru3d breaking the news on the new MSI VR Boost Kit! Basically it allows you to use one of your 5.25" drive bays (CD/DVD bay) to install their kit which adds an HDMI and two USB 3.0 connectors. This will allow you to connect and disconnect your VR gear without trying to get to the rear connections. Click the picture for the MSI page or the source link below for the Guru3d link.
Download and run the HTC VIVE benchmark found on Steam and see how your PC does. Click the source link to get to the download page.
Minimum specs for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are basically an intel i5 4590/AMD fx-8350 and Nvidia GTX 970 or AMD r9 290
I have to say, I really felt that we were still a year or two away from VR until I saw this HTC VIVE Demo from Barnacules on YouTube. Check out the video and share a comment! Subscribe to Barnacules on YouTube while your at it, he does great videos!