I am on my third year with an MSI gaming laptop which has pretty decent performance for Touch Designer with intel i7, 16GB RAM, nVidia GTX 1060 and 256GB SSD drive (which is not enough storage for VR and Touch projects really so I use two little SANDISK 500GB SSD drives - very compact). If you look for models that handle both gaming and VR for Oculus well you will probably be happy. Mine was reliable enough I bought a second updated one for the art gallery which also ran reliably for months continuously. They both run pretty hot when GPU is maxed out so I keep mine on a little fan/stand thing for cooling from wallmart.
The new MSI units have the rare and hard-to-get latest nVidia high end RTX series cards (thanks to bit coin miners and covid). I would love to have one of those. Take a look at this link: https://ca.msi.com/Landing/2021-11th-rtx30-laptops/nb and watch some YouTubes on MSI creator series and golden ratio screens.
I guess if you are not too worried about portability a desktop gaming PC would give you the ultimate TD performance, but I like the all-in-one laptop approach. Get as much RAM and storage as you can afford. I am constantly running out of storage so have to do a lot of shuffling - especially with huge VR programs and Unity projects.
Hope this helps - good luck!