Z3D is a fake 3D mode so it’s less intensive, G3D is real 3D bc the game is being rendered for both eyes which needs a lot more performance even with old games bc it’s literally rendering the game twice. In the end the settings to play a game in 3D is dependent on preference, e.g. let’s say you can play a game with low fps like 60 but at 4K resolution in G3D or 120 fps @ 2K resolution in Z3D, this is the best part of vorpX bc it’s very configurable but also the worst bc you need some technical knowledge to use it properly and is what deters some people from trying/liking it.
Sorry, I’m not very familiar with the terms.
Do I also have headtracking and the full VR view in z3D mode? So not just a screen section or a virtual screen.
Do you use your own profile for STALKER Anomaly or the one from the cloud?
Z3D or G3D is just how 3d is achieved, head tracking is a separate thing and virtual screen or full 3D is sceen modes. Essentially you can have your head tracking and screen glued to face no matter what mode you choose but with Z3D there will be artifacts on objects close to you, while G3D will have issues with some lights only rendering for 1 eye and worse performance.