I am getting from your posts in the other thread that you are using a laptop https://community.orbusvr.com/t/ive-never-played-the-game-but/2589/10. In that case you should have a GTX 960M and not a GTX 960. Because the giant graphics cards of PC's are replaced for a smaller less powerful version for fitting the laptop. This can make a lot of difference from my quick Google search.
Also from another post of you https://community.orbusvr.com/t/new-member-questions/2587. I understand you are actually trying to decide if your laptop is ready for a VR headset in general. So you should focus and search if your laptop in general including the 960M is able to use those VR headsets. If that is the case, you should not worry about this game in particular. Mainly because this game doesn't demand more power than the average VR game.
Here is a link of some thread where someone already asked this question about the GTX960M:
It doesn't look good for you in this chat thou
But as I mentioned before in the other thread, I am using a GTX680 and still doing fine on the High graphics settings of this game. I also noticed that the GTX680 and GTX960M are rated the same here http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-960M-vs-GeForce-GTX-680. So moral is: there is a big change you are fine.
(Also 16GB ram is an overkill. Don't worry about that.)