I recently sold my gaming PC with an R5 2600 OC'd to 4.1 ghz, since I was barely using it. This was with running an Oculus Rift CV1. I purchased, on a whim, the Rift S last week after getting it for $324 from the Lenovo/ebates sale. It should be here in a few days, so I need to build a new PC to run it with. Seeing how the 2600 is roughly 10% faster clock-for-clock compared to the 1600, and how the Rift S only renders 80fps and not 90fps like the CV1 (11% reduction), do you think a 1600 with a mild overclock (3.8-4) would handle the Rift S without problems? I need something now, and Micro Center has the 1600's for $79 - $30 motherboard combo, so $50 effectively. This will be paired with a 1080Ti I just picked up dirt cheap. Or, do I spend another $60 and get another 2600? Thanks.