I'm looking at playing GTAV in 1920x1080 Res if possible. If I can get a Stable 30 FPS then I'm happy but it'll be a big bonus if I can reach 60FPS. Another site told me I can reach Medium or High with this game with my Specs but I want to hear what you guys think.
Playable? Most definitely. 1080p/30FPS is 100% doable, I imagine 60FPS is also attainable, it's just a matter of settings.
My daughter had a GTX 460 and a G3258 at first, she was playing GTAV on medium settings @1080p (though of course it wasn't 100% smooth due to the dual core), she went up to a 4790k with the 460 and still very playable on medium, unsure if she cranked it up. Then I plonked in a 780 (will get her something else this year).
For a better comparison, I used to run it on a GTX 570 (not overly indifferent from yours with an OC) with an X6 like yours at 3.8Ghz, and it was very playable on high (can't recall my exact settings, but I know I had distance on max, shadows on medium-high, texture and water maxed and grass on medium @1080p and got 40+FPS).
Just play around with your visual settings to refine performance/graphical ratio to your liking.
Turning down grass, shadows and distance scaling will help immensely, and keep MSAA on 2x-4x. Textures etc can all be cranked to high+, and use the in-game benchmark along with an FPS overlay (I use FRAPS, but MSI Afterburner/EVGA Precision's one is free) and go through trial and error until you find what you're after.
I'm currently on a single 980Ti with a 5820k, both overclocked and with everything set to the max (except the AA's), I still hit 30's when over grassy areas 'cos I have it maxed. I love that foliage man.
It's very friendly for low end systems, once you turn down grass etc though, so you shouldn't worry at all.
Geforce Asus PH 750Ti 2GB GDDR5 - Graphics Card.
As far as I'm aware of my GPU wasn't Overclocked when I purchased it from our Craiglist Clone in Australia.
Although it might not be the latest and greatest, that GPU overclocks like a champ due to having Maxwell (900 series) architecture.
6 Core AMD Phenom ll X6 1100t Processor @ 3.30 GHz - Processor (Don't know if this can be overclocked but from what I read it's not possible on this CPU)
Do you mean it's not possible with your motherboard? Because that CPU is most certainly overclockable.
I wouldn't until we know what motherboard and PSU you have though.
If your motherboard VRMs are weak and worst case scenario cheap and weak, they won't hold out under the Thuban being overclocked, so let's see what you have before jumping aboard that ship.
On a good, solid motherboard and decent cooling though, that CPU can easily hit 3.8-4.2GHz core and a healthy 2.8Ghz+ CPU-NB.
Hope that helps any.