There's a benchmark for almost everything these days. If you want to test the performance of your hardware for VR applications, you may be interested in the new VRScore benchmark from Basemark. This test uses the latest CryEngine and supports DirectX 11 and DirectX 12.
A VR headset is not required to run the test. Media and corporate clients can get the test immediately, a free version of VRScore is expected in Q2 2017.
VRScore™ PC lets you reliably test your PC and Head Mounted Display (HMD) for VR readiness.
VRScore PC measures how well a PC can run VR content, is the PC powerful enough for the requirements of the different HMDs and what is the latency of the HMD. You will also see analysis of how much an upgrade to their existing PC would benefit you.
One can also use VRScore without an HMD. In this case, the software tells the PCs rendering performance and gives an estimation of what the VR performance would be with different supported HMDs.
VRScore PC is the world’s first VR benchmark with DirectX 12 support. It also supports DirectX 11, thereby enabling more wide ranging comparisons with PCs and HMDs.
The paid corporate versions come with VRTrek, a latency measurement device that evaluates latency from the point of application frame submit to the point when the frame appears on given display: