Our VR setup is running a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080. It was a custom build (a couple years ago) from our IT dept, with VR, AR and Renderings in mind and has been working great. The standard Vive was pretty good. But the grainy'ness of it was disorienting for some people. We've liked the Vive products so far, and why we stuck to those. We already had the wireless adapter also, so that was another plus for us, as we have accessories we can re-use. Also, based on some research, it looked like the standard vive and vive pro are discontinued and the pro eye is their replacement.
The only issues we've had with the standard vive, is the paddles both died on us, after coming out of the lockdowns. They were plugged in constantly and we thing think that trashed the batteries. they started to expand, splitting the cases and wouldn't hold charges. We also had a couple really random issues where the lenses blacked out a couple times. The headset was still projecting on the tv screens, but inside the headset it was dark. It was used a lot and a couple clients yanked it off their heads without regard for loosening it up, so I'm wondering if those few incidents may have loosened up some wiring inside the headset.