|QUOTE (Da Perzinga @ Monday, Apr 23 2012, 17:09)|
|Max Payne 3=Highest settings: i7 3930X 6x3.06GHz or FX8150 8x3.6GHz, 16GB RAM, GeForce GTX680 2GB or Radeon HD 7970 3GB, 35GB HDD; Rockstar, are you f*cking kidding me/us?! What is with GTA V? i7 6960X 4.0GHz OCed to 6GHz or FX16250 16x5.8GHz OCed to 8GHz, 32GB RAM, GTX990 4GB or HD 9970 6GB and 150GB HDD? Is that what you want? Holy sh*t! F*cking consoles port! In five years everybody need a NASA computer to run Max Payne 4 and GTA VII on minimum settings.|
It doesn't mean the Highest settings. It basically means the very high end spec.
According to Rockstar
So long your computer is within this range, there will be no problem running the game.
|@cbiggs17 We think you may have misinterpreted the information, Max Payne 3 will run great on the entire range of specifications listed above, the 3GB video card and the 16GB of RAM represent the very high end specs|
Back to the topic, I believe I would upgrade my PC straight away if my computer can't support GTA V.
However, if anything, the RAGE engine for GTA V and Max Payne 3 are roughly the same except maybe the hard disk space requirement, which I believe would be more than 35 GB but definitely less than 50 GB.