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MihaiXD

Can I hit 100fps with a gtx 1060 6gb?

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MihaiXD
Posted (edited)

I'm waiting to the new pc to arrive and I'm wondering if I can hit 100fps at 1080p almost all the time with these specs

i7 5820k

16gb ram ddr4

Asus strix gtx 1060 6gb oc edition

I'm fine running the game at lower details as long as I get that number of fps,the monitor is 144hz 1080p just to know.

Edited by MihaiXD

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HaRdSTyLe_83

sure, it all depends on the settings, anti aliasing and PostFx seem to be the most demanding, also grass have a huge impact once you go to the country side, so you better test it first there if the game is running well

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deadlyarmagh

You will catch 100 fps quietly I have a fx 6300 and catch 60 and when I go with the car it drops 40 more like that. I expect in April to take a Ryzen 7

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raburs

I have a Ryzen 5 1600, GTX 1060 6GB, 8GB DDR4. And I can easily achieve 1080p60fps at almost all settings maxed out. To achieve 100fps, you might have to sacrifice certain settings.

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HitmanNiko

you can for sure.

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kevincube19900917

I have the same configuration and i play on 100 fps on lower graphics!

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JuliusCaesar
Posted (edited)

With that card (amp edition zotac for me), and i5 I get vsync 60 maxed out any setting except MSAA and I imagine you can do 100fps easy maybe some lower settings. 1060 is underrated beast stronger than 980 ti.

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hei3enberg

With that card (amp edition zotac for me), and i5 I get vsync 60 maxed out any setting except MSAA and I imagine you can do 100fps easy maybe some lower settings. 1060 is underrated beast stronger than 980 ti.

In which conditions may I ask?

 

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raburs
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On 5/12/2018 at 12:10 AM, JuliusCaesar said:

With that card (amp edition zotac for me), and i5 I get vsync 60 maxed out any setting except MSAA and I imagine you can do 100fps easy maybe some lower settings. 1060 is underrated beast stronger than 980 ti.

 

I'm assuming you are new here. Don't stress it.

 

By the way, you are wrong.

 

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Mr_Noob
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 Why does FPS matter in a game like GTA 5 anyway?  It isn't like a competitive first person shooter where reaction times matter so much.  I find anything over about 50 fps is smooth and playable.   

 

Sure a 1060 could get 100 fps but only by turning down a lot of the settings.  It seems like a waste of a nice GPU to run normal settings just to hit a higher FPS...    100+ FPS at 1080p using a gtx 1060 will be a jaggy mess with no grass, nice shadows or post FX.   

 

 

 

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JuliusCaesar
Posted (edited)

I had it wrong, it's better than 970 and almost as good as a 980.

 

I have 1060 6gb AMP! edition and it's 60fps steady maxed out except not MSAA with the rest of my setup. It can go up higher, but it dips. Vsync 60 is perfect, though. Game is designed for 60, so it's okay to play at 60. If I lower it I can get more, but even in FPS mode, GTA V is not really a twitch FPS or anything cause of slow time to kill and such so 60fps is fine.

 

My 1060 is bottlenecked, supposedly a lot according to some advisory and benchmark software, so if you have better than i5-4590, you should do better. I have 16gb ram. 

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HaRdSTyLe_83
On 6/4/2018 at 10:08 AM, Mr_Noob said:

 Why does FPS matter in a game like GTA 5 anyway?  It isn't like a competitive first person shooter where reaction times matter so much.  I find anything over about 50 fps is smooth and playable.   

 

Sure a 1060 could get 100 fps but only by turning down a lot of the settings.  It seems like a waste of a nice GPU to run normal settings just to hit a higher FPS...    100+ FPS at 1080p using a gtx 1060 will be a jaggy mess with no grass, nice shadows or post FX.   

 

 

 

 

FPS lives matter

that is a strange question, why would anyone want a smooth image when they can look to a slide show ? 🙄

 

i find that it breaks more the immersion of the game having low FPS then any drop in graphics. at this point in my life i find that anything above 75Hz is something i can game for a couple of hours without getting my eyes tired

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AtmaDarkwolf

I run on dual 980ti's with a 4790k with 32gigs ram, and have a 144hz monitor, and only sometimes in freeroam (with a LOT going on) @ high settings (Not ultra, but damnned high, with only some 'annoyance' things shut off, max view distance and most things like grass set to high, but things like 'godrays' and glare turned off) I can set @ 120-144fps (idk if it goes beyond, steam overlay isn't trustworthy sometimes)

 

Its only 1080, and fullscreen, but I feel 1060/1070 and 1080's out preform dual 980's so u shouldn't have many problems with some tweaks.

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Mexicola9302

It makes more sense in GTA to limit it to 60 FPS and use V-Sync, it feels smooth enough and this way you can play in higher settings. I rather play in 1440p @ 60 HZ with 60 FPS and all on Ultra or Very High with 4x MSAA and TXAA, and most Settings on Ultra, than 1080p and further Distance or more FPS. Even on highest Distance Settings you still see Popups, so it's not really worth it maxing that out. You will always get CPU Bottlenecked in this Game anyway. 

 

Yeah well everybody should play the way they like it.

 

My PC:

OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
CPU: i7-4930K @ 4,2 GHZ Level 3 Cache: 12MB (6 Cores)
GPU: 2-Way-SLI Asus ROG Strix GTX1070-O8G-Gaming 8GB DDR5 V-RAM (MSI SLI HB Bridge)
RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro 32 GB DDR3 @ 1866 MHZ (Quad Channel)
Sound: Creative Soundblaster Z
MB: ASRock X79 Extreme 4
HDD: Samsung 840 EVO 1TB SSD (Rapid Mode Activated)
PS: be quiet! POWER ZONE 850W

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Mr_Noob
20 hours ago, Mexicola9302 said:

It makes more sense in GTA to limit it to 60 FPS and use V-Sync, it feels smooth enough and this way you can play in higher settings. I rather play in 1440p @ 60 HZ with 60 FPS and all on Ultra or Very High with 4x MSAA and TXAA, and most Settings on Ultra, than 1080p and further Distance or more FPS. Even on highest Distance Settings you still see Popups, so it's not really worth it maxing that out. You will always get CPU Bottlenecked in this Game anyway. 

 

Yeah well everybody should play the way they like it.

 

My PC:

OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
CPU: i7-4930K @ 4,2 GHZ Level 3 Cache: 12MB (6 Cores)
GPU: 2-Way-SLI Asus ROG Strix GTX1070-O8G-Gaming 8GB DDR5 V-RAM (MSI SLI HB Bridge)
RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro 32 GB DDR3 @ 1866 MHZ (Quad Channel)
Sound: Creative Soundblaster Z
MB: ASRock X79 Extreme 4
HDD: Samsung 840 EVO 1TB SSD (Rapid Mode Activated)
PS: be quiet! POWER ZONE 850W

IMO playing on a 24" monitor at 1080p made TXAA just blur he crap out of everything while in motion. FXAA just blurred everything while stationary.     MSAA is about the only thing that works but it cripples FPS.... Anyone with an Nvidia GPU using it should open Nvidia control panel, navigate to 3d settings, program setting and select GTA.  Then enable MFAA.   MFAA gives like double the effect of MSAA but with no extra performance hit. So setting 2x MSAA in game becomes  2x MSAA + MFAA  which = 4x MSAA. 

 

I think frame scaling or Nvidia DSR (same thing really but via the control panel) looks better than 4x MSAA alone, but on a 1080p monitor you have got to go to like 1.5 or 1.75x to see much difference.  

 

I recently changed from a low end 144Hz 1080p TN  panel monitor to an expensive G-sync 100Hz 1440p IPS panel.   The difference in picture quality is quite dramatic and way better than any settings I used before.   A lot of the jaggies and shimmering is just not as noticeable at higher resolution. G-sync means I can crank up the settings and in grassy areas if the FPS suddenly drops by 20 the game is still really smooth and playable. 

 

The main issue I have with GTA is that the game is so dynamic (or rather inconsistent...) that settings can look good at some times of day and then crap at others.   I find whatever the settings used that around noon on sunny days something always looks a bit 'off'... whether it is the shadows, pop-in textures, jaggy lines or whatever. 

 

Oh and it isn't just about GPU.   There are videos of people running lowish graphic settings then being bottlenecked by 8350k CPUs running at 5GHz.   RAM makes a difference too, plus if the game is running off an SSD or old style HDD.     For a 4 year old game GTA has some really heavy PC requirements to run truly maxed out at playable FPS. 

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