1What is the best CPU for VRChat?
2What CPU do you need to be able to use VR?
3Is VRChat more CPU or GPU intensive?
4Is VR harder on CPU or GPU?
5How much CPU do I need for VRChat?
6What CPU do streamers use?
7Do I need a better CPU for VR?
8Is more RAM better for VR?
9How do I make VRChat run smoother?
MSAA Quest MSAA Quest MSAA Quest MSAA Quest MSAA Quest MSAA Quest MSAA is treated separately. Per Oculus’ Oculus Quest 1 is expected to receive 2x MSAA.
Oculus Quest 2 is set to 4x MSAA.
This cannot be changed.
Graphics Quality Graphics This setting adjusts the Graphics Quality profile that is used by VRChat. Graphics Quality profiles are graphical settings that control several settings at once.
On PC, “VRC Ultra” is the default. You cannot change graphics quality on Quest.
Generally speaking, changing these settings does not usually result in a significant improvement in results.
Here’s a look at how each of these graphics quality profiles are set up in the VRChat project for example.
VRC Low VRC Low
VRC Low settings on PCVR.
On PCVR, the VRC Medium VRC Medium VRC Medium VRC Medium VRC Medium VRC Medium VRC Medium settings.
VRC High VRC High
VRC High settings on PCVR.
VRC Ultra VRC Ultra
VRC Ultra settings on PCVR.
VRC Mobile VRC Mobile The Oculus Quest is limited to just one graphic.
10How do I optimize VRChat performance?
11Does CPU affect FPS in VR?
12How powerful of a PC do you need to run VR?
– Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 1070 equivalent or greater.
– CPU: Intel i7-6700 equivalent or greater.
– Memory: 16GB+ RAM.
– Video Output: Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output.
– USB: Ports 3x USB 3.0 ports plus 1x USB 2.0 port*
– OS: Windows 8 SP1 64 bit or newer.