- Jun 7, 2008
Deer Hunting simulator
My PC is basically 6 years old and I'm doing OK. "Playable" as they say. I should really put those specs in my signature :VMixed reviews on Steam mainly how the game runs and people can't link their account to the Rockstar client.
I mean if you you have a PC that is a few years old good luck.
It's a long ass gameJust picked this up direct via Rockstar (since that's how I have GTA V registered anyways)
Well, I used the settings this guy suggested:
(timestamped to the settings summary)
I'm now getting a silky smooth 60hz via rig in sig.
Def glad I waited a month to let Rockstar iron out the kinks etc.
Tonight, this is all I plan to do
EDIT @ night-time: Got all the way through Chapter 1.... Man, that was a long-ass prologue..
Not really, it's a couple of skins and a gun or two, plus a quick robbery mission you'd never even notice was missing. There's also the boosts which make your cores drain 20% slower and such, which you can disable in-game. It's worth maybe $5. The usual price difference is $20, which is insane. I think on current sale it's $10.I'm finally gonna buy it since the sale is going on. Is the deluxe edition worth it?
With the more modern processor you should be OK. I'm running an gtx 970 overclocked to 1500Mhz on the core and 3700 on the memory on an AMD FX 8950 and I get decent enough framerates, 40-50 in the wilderness and 30-40 in the dense cities. With the i5 and DDR4 ram you're in a better position it will be a fine experience!I bit the bullet and got it on Steam today. Guessing this will be the motivation I need to finally upgrade from my GPU.
I like this a lot. Thank you for posting it and the timestamp was especially handy.(timestamped to the settings summary)
I discovered within a couple days of my original post that "Tree Tesselation" is a frame-eater (ie -5) so make sure that's off if it isn't already..I'm not sure how much more I can do really but I'm open to suggestions.
I'm in the same position, playing at 4K with a 1080ti, and this game is absolutely murdering it. I also followed those settings but lowered several things even further and i'm still struggling to get past about 45 fps. No gsync so this really isn't what I want.I like this a lot. Thank you for posting it and the timestamp was especially handy.
I'm playing the game at 4k on a single GTX 1080Ti with a G-sync monitor so I tried to be realistic since the beginning. G-sync has been buying me a lot of grace with some greedier settings in a few areas but I have used his and there were a few he has at high and went to medium (shadows and such.) I really don't want to dumb things down much more but I did buy myself a few more frames overall.
I'm on Nvidia driver 441.34 and the in-game benchmark now has me at:
Minimum FPS: 32
Maximum FPS: 58
Average FPS: 41
I'm not sure how much more I can do really but I'm open to suggestions.
I discovered within a couple days of my original post that "Tree Tesselation" is a frame-eater (ie -5) so make sure that's off if it isn't already..
My g-sync monitor arrives in a couple of days and I didn't realize till after ordering that the fps range goes from 30-144 (instead of the usual 48 bs etc). So yeah, that's gonna be a real treat for me