This exchange's official stance from the help center is:
We cannot help with technical issues with existing hardware.
As the goal of this exchange is to recommend hardware for a task. However, it seems the consensus I'm getting from reading past answers on the meta, such as this one, is that you can ask about hardware for a job and hope to see your's listed? Doesn't this just lead to more broad questions in the end?
I've been looking at this because of the first post to pique my interest here: What non-recommended video cards can be used for VR?. This question was originally just about whether the user's overclocked Nvidia GTX 770 would run VR but my accepted edits eventually altered it to the point where it's now asking what video cards that aren't officially listed could be used for VR headsets. The edits were accepted, but there's still a hold on it.
From what I'm seeing the best way to get an answer to this is to ask "What video cards can I use to play VR games on an HTC Vive or Oculus Rift that are cheaper than a GTX 970? (Including models that aren't officially supported)". This seems like it now fits what is permitted, but the answers will be incredibly broad and will be outdated whenever a new card capable of VR releases or market prices change.