VR benchmarks that anyone can run are a little hard to come by but we do have two available. The SteamVR benchmark is quickly becoming irrelevant now that cards like the RTX 2060 are even capping out at its max 11 score. So all it tells us is that the RTX 2060 is more than capable of basic and mid-range VR games. Now the VRMark benchmarks, on the other hand, give us a little more information. All three of the VRMark benchmarks have a target FPS of 109 FPS when tested with a monitor (as we did). The Orange room benchmark is similar to the SteamVR test in that is only is testing basic VR capabilities and all of the cards tested reached the 109 minimum on that test. The RTX 2060 Gaming Z did well though with 242 FPS in that test. The Cyan benchmark is the most realistic with it focusing on current and near-future detail levels for higher end VR titles. Here the Gaming Z pulled 171 FPS, again well over the minimum and faster than the GTX 1080 and close to the GTX 1080 Ti. The last benchmark is the Blue Room, a future looking test that so far no single card has reached the 109 minimum FPS. The 2060 Gaming Z didn’t do too bad though, again outperforming the GTX 1080 11Gbps and the RTX 2060 FE with mostly higher end RTX cards above it.