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Andreas

Can I Run It?

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Andreas

It commonly happens that someone asks if their PC can run the game with desired results, and their question isn't sufficiently answered - or they don't get a response to begin with. For this reason, we have this thread now. Use it to ask if your PC's specs match or surpass the minimum/recommended requirements that were recently revealed by Rockstar. Do feel free to post suggestions how to improve the performance.

 

Minimum specifications:

OS: Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 8 64 Bit, Windows 7 64 Bit Service Pack 1, Windows Vista 64 Bit Service Pack 2* (*NVIDIA video card recommended if running Vista OS)

Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz (4 CPUs) / AMD Phenom 9850 Quad-Core Processor (4 CPUs) @ 2.5GHz

Memory: 4GB

Video Card: NVIDIA 9800 GT 1GB / AMD HD 4870 1GB (DX 10, 10.1, 11)

Sound Card: 100% DirectX 10 compatible

HDD Space: 65GB

DVD Drive

 

Recommended specifications:

OS: Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 8 64 Bit, Windows 7 64 Bit Service Pack 1

Processor: Intel Core i5 3470 @ 3.2GHZ (4 CPUs) / AMD X8 FX-8350 @ 4GHZ (8 CPUs)

Memory: 8GB

Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB / AMD HD7870 2GB

Sound Card: 100% DirectX 10 compatible

HDD Space: 65GB

DVD Drive

 

Source.

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bravemanray7

first! (pertamax-ed)

 

I'm not sure, actually

 

i have a good laptop but some said that my GT750M wont do the trick very much. is it true?

 

I mean, i want to make it to ultra, can it do the trick?

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sidneygra77

Well i have a asusi7 laptop with a nvidia gt740m @ 8gb and with the program can you run it it says i can totally run it at minimum so you should be fine

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bravemanray7

okay, that's a good news

 

I mean, can it do the trick when I run it at ultra?

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1000pia

Im gonna buy a gaming PC soon. (pc components and then assembly it) (I think I will get it untll 24 march)

But im still curious and I just wanna ask, does GTA V can run at least on low, on my old laptop?

Specs:

Intel Core i7 2ndGen. 2670qm 2,1 up to 3,1 ghz.

Nvidia GT525M 1GB Vram

6GB ram.

 

What do you think?

sure

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Edited by GIXXER

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GamerFromHolland

Do you guys think that running this game on a dual-core processor will cause huge perfomance issues?

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The_D

AMD Phenom II X4 945 @ 3.0 GHz

Radeon HD 7790

6 GB RAM

 

At what settings and framerate can I run this game? :(

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Kampret

Do you guys think that running this game on a dual-core processor will cause huge perfomance issues?

 

Depends on what dual-core are you using. Haswell Pentiums generally performs great, while Core 2 Duo's... not so much.

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GamerFromHolland

 

 

Do you guys think that running this game on a dual-core processor will cause huge perfomance issues?

Depends on what dual-core are you using. Haswell Pentiums generally performs great, while Core 2 Duo's... not so much.

AMD A6-6400K desktop APU

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RedIndianRobin

Do you guys think that running this game on a dual-core processor will cause huge perfomance issues?

Dual core with HT won't have any performance issues. However plain dual core like mine(see sig) will definitely have fps drops.

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Andreas

i have a good laptop but some said that my GT750M wont do the trick very much. is it true?

 

I mean, i want to make it to ultra, can it do the trick?

I'm afraid, your GPU won't do the trick. If a GTX 660 is recommended, then that most likely means that's the least you need to play the game at mid-to-high or high settings. Not to mention that the GT750M is clearly slower, probably even by a large margin considering that it's laptop hardware.

 

 

But im still curious and I just wanna ask, does GTA V can run at least on low, on my old laptop?

Specs:

Intel Core i7 2ndGen. 2670qm 2,1 up to 3,1 ghz.

Nvidia GT525M 1GB Vram

6GB ram.

There might be problems with the graphic-chip, given that it isn't as powerful as the 9800GT.

 

 

Do you guys think that running this game on a dual-core processor will cause huge perfomance issues?

It depends on which generation of dual-core processor you are referring to. For example, an Intel Core i3 from the last 3 or so years will be just fine, but a Core 2 Duo or Pentium Dual-Core will likely struggle to run it at all.

 

Edit: AMD A6-6400K is a plain dual core. If GTAV uses four threads to their fullest, even at low settings, then you might experience serious performance drops. You need a Q6600 at the very least to run the game, according to Rockstar. Modern AMD CPUs have a similar IPC (Instructions Per Cycle) to the aforementioned processor. To add to that, your CPU only has half the cores of it. The only thing you can do is to wait and hope that there will be a way to get it to work on your rig.

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Stoney0503

I'm a dirty console peasant with a PC so I'm not good with specs, so I don't know if GTA 5 will run on my laptop.

Windows 8.1 64-bit
Processor: Intel® Core i3-4030U CPU @ 1.90GHz (4 CPUs), ~1.9GHz
Memory: 8GB RAM
I just copy and pasted my some relevent specs here, I'm a noob to this so don't h8 me m8.

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GamerFromHolland

 

i have a good laptop but some said that my GT750M wont do the trick very much. is it true?

 

I mean, i want to make it to ultra, can it do the trick?

I'm afraid, your GPU won't do the trick. If a GTX 660 is recommended, then that most likely means that's the least you need to play the game at mid-to-high or high settings. Not to mention that the GT750M is clearly slower, probably even by a large margin considering that it's laptop hardware.

 

But im still curious and I just wanna ask, does GTA V can run at least on low, on my old laptop?

Specs:

Intel Core i7 2ndGen. 2670qm 2,1 up to 3,1 ghz.

Nvidia GT525M 1GB Vram

6GB ram.

There might be problems with the graphic-chip, given that it isn't as powerful as the 9800GT.

 

Do you guys think that running this game on a dual-core processor will cause huge perfomance issues?

It depends on which generation of dual-core processor you are referring to. For example, an Intel Core i3 from the last 3 or so years will be just fine, but a Core 2 Duo or Pentium Dual-Core will likely struggle to run it at all.

 

Edit: AMD A6-6400K is a plain dual core. If GTAV uses four threads to their fullest, even at low settings, then you might experience serious performance drops. You need a Q6600 at the very least to run the game, according to Rockstar. Modern AMD CPUs have a similar IPC (Instructions Per Cycle) to the aforementioned processor. To add to that, your CPU only has half the cores of it. The only thing you can do is to wait and hope that there will be a way to get it to work on your rig.

 

 

Thank´s man, guess I'll need to fix myself a Quadcore CPU then.

Also, say I still have the 6400k by 24 march, do you think I can achieve 30-35 FPS with everything on low IF the game will be very good optimised like MP3?

Edited by GamerFromHolland

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WertyRO

GTX 660 2GB, i5 3470 3,2 GHz, 8GB RAM

All this on 1280x1024.

 

What settings+FPS to expect?

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GamerFromHolland

GTX 660 2GB, i5 3470 3,2 GHz, 8GB RAM

All this on 1280x1024.

 

What settings+FPS to expect?

I'd say high settings, 55-60 FPS.

Not sure tho, but you''ll run it butterly smooth.

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raburs

GTX 660 2GB, i5 3470 3,2 GHz, 8GB RAM

All this on 1280x1024.

 

What settings+FPS to expect?

 

At 1280X1024? Ultra 60fps... cz its recommended.

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Red Dead Rebel
Intel Core i5-4670K CPU @ 3.40GHz

Nvidia GTX 780

16 GB RAM




How well do you think I could run the game?

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raburs

 

Intel Core i5-4670K CPU @ 3.40GHz
Nvidia GTX 780
16 GB RAM
How well do you think I could run the game?

 

 

Pretty good. ;) Ultra

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bravemanray7

 

i have a good laptop but some said that my GT750M wont do the trick very much. is it true?

 

I mean, i want to make it to ultra, can it do the trick?

I'm afraid, your GPU won't do the trick. If a GTX 660 is recommended, then that most likely means that's the least you need to play the game at mid-to-high or high settings. Not to mention that the GT750M is clearly slower, probably even by a large margin considering that it's laptop hardware.

 

 

okay then, you're the best man :)

 

maybe I should considering to buy Desktop Graphic card instead..

 

oh hey, it's delayed again. I still have a time to upgrading these stuff

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southparkmayor

What do they mean by system requirements though? Is the minimum requirements just to run it at ps3/360 quality and performance and the reccomended to run it at ps4 levels?

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raburs

What do they mean by system requirements though? Is the minimum requirements just to run it at ps3/360 quality and performance and the reccomended to run it at ps4 levels?

 

Yeah.. most probably. Thats exactly what i think.

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Laqueesha
What about this?


[RAM]: 8GB Corsair XMS3 RAM (DDR3)

[sSD]: 500GB Samsung 840 SSD (MZ-7TD500KW)

[CPU]: Intel Core I7-2700K (3.50GHz)

[MoBo]: ASUS P8Z77-V PRO

[GPU]: Galaxy NVIDIA GTX 680 (2048MB VRAM)

[Case]: Velocity Micro ProMagix (E2230)

[Keyboard]: Saitek Eclipse II

[Mouse]: Logitech M-BZ105A

[Monitor]: Samsung T260HD (1920x1200)

Edited by Laqueesha

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raburs

 

What about this?
[RAM]: 8GB Corsair XMS3 RAM (DDR3)
[sSD]: 500GB Samsung 840 SSD (MZ-7TD500KW)
[CPU]: Intel Core I7-2700K (3.50GHz)
[MoBo]: ASUS P8Z77-V PRO
[GPU]: Galaxy NVIDIA GTX 680 (2048MB VRAM)
[Case]: Velocity Micro ProMagix (E2230)
[Keyboard]: Saitek Eclipse II
[Mouse]: Logitech M-BZ105A
[Monitor]: Samsung T260HD (1920x1200)

 

 

Exceeds Recommended (somewhat). So you'll be smooth as butter.

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GamerFromHolland

Hey guys :D

I just played GTA IV: TBOGT on my rig for the first time and I must say i'm really suprised.

The game ran smooth as hell on my pc, mainting a 50-55 stable fps from what I could see with my eyes, with a 1024x780 resolution everyhting maxed out except for shadows, reflection quality and texture filtering

Is TBOGT a good game to compare, or was it also a game like IV that wasn't very good optimised?

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TheSun

Okay guys,I was constantly worried about my laptop running Gta 5.Now that system requirements have been released,I am relieved.However I am just wondering if by any chance I can run Gta 5 on 60 fps on lowest settings at 720p.Hopefully my dual core CPU won't pose a problem.

I am just expecting a smooth gameplay since my Specs are quite above the minimum.

 

My specs:

I5 3210m

GTX 660m

8 GB RAM

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raburs

Okay guys,I was constantly worried about my laptop running Gta 5.Now that system requirements have been released,I am relieved.However I am just wondering if by any chance I can run Gta 5 on 60 fps on lowest settings at 720p.Hopefully my dual core CPU won't pose a problem.

I am just expecting a smooth gameplay since my Specs are quite above the minimum.

 

My specs:

I5 3210m

GTX 660m

8 GB RAM

 

expect low settings at 50-60 fps.. yes, you can run it.

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Laqueesha

 

Exceeds Recommended (somewhat). So you'll be smooth as butter.

 

Thanks. :)

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TheSun

 

Okay guys,I was constantly worried about my laptop running Gta 5.Now that system requirements have been released,I am relieved.However I am just wondering if by any chance I can run Gta 5 on 60 fps on lowest settings at 720p.Hopefully my dual core CPU won't pose a problem.

I am just expecting a smooth gameplay since my Specs are quite above the minimum.

My specs:

I5 3210m

GTX 660m

8 GB RAM

 

expect low settings at 50-60 fps.. yes, you can run it.

Really that would be incredible,another question I can overclock my card a bit.Would that give me a considerbly more performance?.Do you think that Gta 5 would be CPU intensive?

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raburs

 

 

Okay guys,I was constantly worried about my laptop running Gta 5.Now that system requirements have been released,I am relieved.However I am just wondering if by any chance I can run Gta 5 on 60 fps on lowest settings at 720p.Hopefully my dual core CPU won't pose a problem.

I am just expecting a smooth gameplay since my Specs are quite above the minimum.

My specs:

I5 3210m

GTX 660m

8 GB RAM

expect low settings at 50-60 fps.. yes, you can run it.

Really that would be incredible,another question I can overclock my card a bit.Would that give me a considerbly more performance?.Do you think that Gta 5 would be CPU intensive?

 

Never overclock if you don't have sufficient cooling.

 

Secondly, yes GTAV would be a CPU intensive game keeping in mind that GTAV on CG is.

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