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kmlwin.1996

So, I have a question, will GTA V return with high system requirements when it'll released.

 

It is a little sick to me. cry.gif If it return with high system requirements, I have to throw my 2006 model computer and buy another. sad.gif

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Every game gets better and more advanced overtime. So yes it's highly likely that the system requirements will be higher than the previous game.. it's just what happens. And if your computer is already old then it won't last much longer in gaming I'm afraid.

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The computer business is a little awkward, more recent games now get their specs raised a lot. With Sandy Bridge and all we're getting to a pace that we need to upgrade our computers every two or less years. 2006 computer? That won't play anything above 2010.

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Better question, will the game be optimised well enough for PCs?

 

 

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kmlwin.1996

If GTA V comes out, we'll have to upgrade to buy new computers.

 

Waste of money. sneaky2.gif

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Can someone explain to me what we are talking about here?

PC system requirements.

 

Maybe we'll have to see and figure once L.A. Noire PC releases.

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I suspect GTA V's PC system requirements will be about the same as GTA IV seeing as they'll be using RAGE engine again most likely. People getting into PC gaming really need to learn that you can't run modern day games of 5 year old+ systems.

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I think This topic should get locked because we dont know about that Requirements right now, When it will be released then you will find it out. Locked.

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I think This topic should get locked because we dont know about that Requirements right now, When it will be released then you will find it out. Locked.

I'll decided what gets locked and what stays open. You're not a moderator, so don't bother wasting your time trying to impersonate as one.

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Better question, will the game be optimised well enough for PCs?

Hear, hear. GTA IV is, after so many patches, still a disgrace on PC.

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I think This topic should get locked because we dont know about that Requirements right now, When it will be released then you will find it out. Locked.

LOL a Mod posted right above you and never locked it - fail.

 

Hopefully the requirements won't be too high, but after the improvements seen in RDR and now the possibility of MotionScan (if they choose to use it) then it will definately be higher than GTA IV. Plus you have to remember the PC version may not be released at first, so if it's just another port from console version then you'll have even more problems.

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GroveSt.Fam4L

The requirements for something that isn't even here yet... worthless and I agree with the guy who thinks this topic should be locked.

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It's unlikely to require better pc specifications given that the consoles will be restricted to the same specification as the previous game. I found that GTA IV ran very well on older hardware.

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Does your 2006 PC have a quad core processer? Your graphics card ain't from 2006 is it because if it is, it'll barely run GTA IV. Please could you post your specs smile.gif

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The requirements for something that isn't even here yet... worthless and I agree with the guy who thinks this topic should be locked.

yeah, gta5 isnt here yet... May aswell lock the entire gtaforums.com then hey? Dickwad. Some nerds on here get off on being the first person to declare a thread redundant when infact they themselves are. Its a forum open for discussion, i dont think any threads deserve to be locked in my opinion - apart from spam and trouble makers.

 

Back on topic, buy a ps3! You wont regret it, plus a 2006 computer can still play porn so its a win win situation. Stay away from the microbucks xbox, they need to be replaced as frequently as pc's...coincidence?

 

ps3 user all the way

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The requirements for something that isn't even here yet... worthless and I agree with the guy who thinks this topic should be locked.

yeah, gta5 isnt here yet... May aswell lock the entire gtaforums.com then hey? Dickwad. Some nerds on here get off on being the first person to declare a thread redundant when infact they themselves are. Its a forum open for discussion, i dont think any threads deserve to be locked in my opinion - apart from spam and trouble makers.

 

Back on topic, buy a ps3! You wont regret it, plus a 2006 computer can still play porn so its a win win situation. Stay away from the microbucks xbox, they need to be replaced as frequently as pc's...coincidence?

He asked about PC. The OP stated no intention of buying a console. Also encouraging a console war by making a comment like that is also a good way to get a thread locked, just like the comment you quoted.

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Hear, hear. GTA IV is, after so many patches, still a disgrace on PC.

No it's not. There's a lot of stuff going on in this game, so you need a powerful PC tu max out the graphics. Accept it

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Better question, will the game be optimised well enough for PCs?

Even better question: Will it even be released for PC?

 

 

Hear, hear. GTA IV is, after so many patches, still a disgrace on PC.

No it's not. There's a lot of stuff going on in this game, so you need a powerful PC tu max out the graphics. Accept it

Yep, after the patches it runs a lot better. Of course with good hardware.

 

I just hope that, when it will be ported for PC, it will be optimized better than IV. Let's see how it will looks with LA Noire. It's going to be ported by Leeds (not Toronto), first time for them.

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To the OP, if you're looking for longtime security in terms of graphics cards, I'd recommend you get the nVidia GTX 590. You won't have to worry about being able to run a game for the next 3-4 years if not more! Plus it's the best card on the market right now so you'll be getting major pussy for buying it!

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Gtaplayaminigun

If GTA V is well optimized, then all the PCs that ran GTA IV should run V as well.

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The Wallet Inspector

The most telling difference between PC players' experience with the last game was the heft of their graphics card.

 

Quad-core users will no doubt have suspected (or even proven) that many games developers have been doing a poor job of utilising all cores. A fair number of top titles have also featured terrible freezing/crashing issues which had PC users tearing their hair out on forums all over the internet – "Is my 3ghz quad cpu/1gb card REALLY not capable of running this game?", "Is 4gb DDR3 not enough for this title?" and so on – when the fix was the opposite of what you'd expect, to actually switch off a couple of cores with the Set Affinity option in the Task Manager.

 

If your computer ran GTA IV, don't panic yet. It's always nice to have a new machine, and if you haven't upgraded yet to a 1GB or more card then you probably should since GTA IV really needed that for the higher texture settings, but remember this game is going to run on 360 and PS3. Of course those are games-dedicated systems, and they use lower resolutions than most PC users will accept, and PC users want to see better draw distance whereas most console users are happy with less. With those caveats in mind, the PC players are pretty much in the same situation as they were last time. You know if your computer's a bit crappy, but if it's a decent system then there's no great rush to get a brand new 6-core i7 machine and bang two GTX590s in SLi into that.

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To the OP, if you're looking for longtime security in terms of graphics cards, I'd recommend you get the nVidia GTX 590. You won't have to worry about being able to run a game for the next 3-4 years if not more! Plus it's the best card on the market right now so you'll be getting major pussy for buying it!

But, will it blend?

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To the OP, if you're looking for longtime security in terms of graphics cards, I'd recommend you get the nVidia GTX 590. You won't have to worry about being able to run a game for the next 3-4 years if not more! Plus it's the best card on the market right now so you'll be getting major pussy for buying it!

So are you gonna give him the $800 to buy it?

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To the OP, if you're looking for longtime security in terms of graphics cards, I'd recommend you get the nVidia GTX 590. You won't have to worry about being able to run a game for the next 3-4 years if not more! Plus it's the best card on the market right now so you'll be getting major pussy for buying it!

So are you gonna give him the $800 to buy it?

And he'd need a better CPU.

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Hear, hear. GTA IV is, after so many patches, still a disgrace on PC.

No it's not. There's a lot of stuff going on in this game, so you need a powerful PC tu max out the graphics. Accept it

The game was poorly ported and even if you have a super powerful PC it will still lag because of it.

 

I have my GTA IV Maxed Out.

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The Wallet Inspector
To the OP, if you're looking for longtime security in terms of graphics cards, I'd recommend you get the nVidia GTX 590. You won't have to worry about being able to run a game for the next 3-4 years if not more! Plus it's the best card on the market right now so you'll be getting major pussy for buying it!

Not all that sensible to be honest.

 

The 500 series has a few new features which make them in general a better buy than the 400s: chiefly, they're cooler and less power-hungry. However, the 600s will be here very soon, certainly before the next GTA. This is a very bad time to buy into the 500s unless there are games you want to play right now at the highest standards (Crysis 2 with the DX11 upgrade, for example).

 

If you were to buy a 500, a factory-OC 560Ti or 570 would be a much better buy than a 590. You could add a second one later when the price of the entire 500 series falls even further if you wish (if your motherboard supports dual cards), or sell it to help you pay for one of the 600s later on

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To the OP, if you're looking for longtime security in terms of graphics cards, I'd recommend you get the nVidia GTX 590. You won't have to worry about being able to run a game for the next 3-4 years if not more! Plus it's the best card on the market right now so you'll be getting major pussy for buying it!

Not all that sensible to be honest.

 

The 500 series has a few new features which make them in general a better buy than the 400s: chiefly, they're cooler and less power-hungry. However, the 600s will be here very soon, certainly before the next GTA. This is a very bad time to buy into the 500s unless there are games you want to play right now at the highest standards (Crysis 2 with the DX11 upgrade, for example).

 

If you were to buy a 500, a factory-OC 560Ti or 570 would be a much better buy than a 590. You could add a second one later when the price of the entire 500 series falls even further if you wish (if your motherboard supports dual cards), or sell it to help you pay for one of the 600s later on

Will they be here in four monthes? I was going to buy dual 590'S but you may have changed my mind...

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