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arturo_baptista
8 minutes ago,  dice said:

U still need to get some storage space m8

Storage is not a problem for me. I`m using 240gb SSD for system and utilities and 1TB hard disk with 7200rpm speed for games.

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Mine: 

 

i59400f 2.9Ghz

GTX 1650 Super 4GB 

16GB RAM  

 

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On 10/17/2021 at 4:06 PM, zFox2001 said:

Mine: 

 

i59400f 2.9Ghz

GTX 1650 Super 4GB 

16GB RAM  

 

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I5 9400 is 13-15% faster than i7 6700 (recommended) which is where you are in advantage. GTX 1650 although is inferior to RX 570/GTX 970 by about 10-11% in performance terms. In a real life scenario, your performance should be quite close to the recommended system specs. You're good to go.

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5 hours ago, Ayan123456789 said:

https://www.amazon.in/gp/product/B098P62W63/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_4?smid=A14CZOWI0VEHLG&psc=1

 

I wanted to buy this PC. And as far as I could gather some info about it, I'm sure that this PC can handle GTA V at 90+ FPS. What about GTA Trilogy DE?

Taking a look at that laptop, I have compared the specs with the closest ones for recommended settings on DE. i5 10300H processor is on par with a i7 6700K (minus the overclocking). Both have the same number of cores and threads (4C, 8T). 1650Ti is a Mobile version GPU (for laptops and portables) while the GTX 970 which is about 20% more powerful than 1650Ti. And then there's only 8GB of ram on the laptop whereas the specs require 16GB. So, on that front, you are quite good in most aspects. If the recommded ones are a benchmark for optimal running of the DE, your specs should be able to get you somewhere in the middleground of the minimum and recommended specs. And yes, that is more than enough if you are not hell bent on hardcore gaming specs, framerates and all.

 

On 10/17/2021 at 3:05 PM, arturo_baptista said:

Hey guys, what about my setup? Can it run "The Trilogy"?
CPU: i7 3770
GPU: GTX 760 2GB
RAM: 16 GB
and of cource Windows 10 21H1

Your setup would be able to run the game at the minimum settings. It's good that you have 16GB of ram, but without a more powerful processor and GPU, it will not make a huge difference on gameplay compared to recommended settings.

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I feel bad about the requirements, since i haven't been using my laptop for gaming for years, only for office works and whatnot. Is it possible to run the game (normal graphs maybe) with these?

CPU – i7-4510U

GPU – 840M

RAM – 8GB

 

Maybe i have to contemplate on changing this sh*t..

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On 10/24/2021 at 12:23 PM, Toghrul Rahimli said:

I feel bad about the requirements, since i haven't been using my laptop for gaming for years, only for office works and whatnot. Is it possible to run the game (normal graphs maybe) with these?

CPU – i7-4510U

GPU – 840M

RAM – 8GB

 

Maybe i have to contemplate on changing this sh*t..

You definitely need a laptop that has a good GPU. If you're considering on buying a new laptop, get one that has atleast a GTX 1650. While your processor and ram requirements will just be enough for minimum specs, 840M is a laptop GPU and is atleast 130-140% weaker than the minimum required gpu, GTX 660. I wouldn't count on that laptop to run the games.

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On 10/23/2021 at 4:12 AM, Junksy said:

CPU: i7-7700HQ

GPU: GTX 1060

RAM: 16GB

About minimum for Multi-Thread performance, should be fine.
Single-Thread performance is a bit lower than ideal. (About 12% slower), that may be a problem if they use too much old code for logic and no proper threading in the game. Hard to tell.

 

GPU is fine.

 

On 10/24/2021 at 3:53 AM, Toghrul Rahimli said:

I feel bad about the requirements, since i haven't been using my laptop for gaming for years, only for office works and whatnot. Is it possible to run the game (normal graphs maybe) with these?

CPU – i7-4510U

GPU – 840M

RAM – 8GB

 

Maybe i have to contemplate on changing this sh*t..

Nope.

Awful CPU performance overall, way below minimum 😬. The changes in code could pose a problem when it comes to running the game.
The GPU is, awful as well, there is not even enough VRAM to run the game.
RAM will very likely make things just as bad (even worse with 2GB of VRAM) and just "8GB" doesn't tell much.
I mean, it's probably slow LPDDR4 anyway so... (Worst case it's Single Channel which I wouldn't doubt it is)

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R5 1600,16 ram ,1650 super 4gb.

I'm good I think,my monitor is 1080p 75hz can't pass from this anyway 🤣

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Hey all, here to be scum and only to be scum.

 

i5-6500 (I'm not too hopeful for this, this f*cking thing and the RAM keep f*cking me over)

8GB DDR4

RX 580 (IT'S ABOUT WORK IT'S ABOUT POWER WE STAY HUNGRY WE DEVOUR PUT IN THE WORK PUT IN THE HOURS AND TAKE WHATS OURS)

 

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Hey all, I've got an i5-9400f, gtx 1660 and 16gb and an nvme ssd. It runs rdr2 at 60fps on high to mid settings. 

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58 minutes ago, IndianaLiam1 said:

Hey all, here to be scum and only to be scum.

 

i5-6500 (I'm not too hopeful for this, this f*cking thing and the RAM keep f*cking me over)

8GB DDR4

RX 580 (IT'S ABOUT WORK IT'S ABOUT POWER WE STAY HUNGRY WE DEVOUR PUT IN THE WORK PUT IN THE HOURS AND TAKE WHATS OURS)

 

Hmm, how many sticks of RAM? What speed?
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I'm reacting Yee to everyone whose specs are good enough to play the game at decent settings.

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7 hours ago, RPJ1984 said:

Since when is a 2700k a I5? 

Ever since i5 6600K is an i7. 😛
 

On a serious note, it seems like an insight. They got both the Intel models wrong while the AMD ones aren't. Could be ignorance as well.

2 hours ago, IndianaLiam1 said:

Hey all, here to be scum and only to be scum.

 

i5-6500 (I'm not too hopeful for this, this f*cking thing and the RAM keep f*cking me over)

8GB DDR4

RX 580 (IT'S ABOUT WORK IT'S ABOUT POWER WE STAY HUNGRY WE DEVOUR PUT IN THE WORK PUT IN THE HOURS AND TAKE WHATS OURS)

 

i5 6500 is as good as i5 6600 which is recommended. No real world difference. However, what about your Ram? If you're not running dual channel and have a decent CL16 stick, add another 8GB and you should be golden, considering that your GPU is capable enough. If you're running dual channel on the 8GB, which ram are you using? That makes a world of difference.

 

1 hour ago, Peteryeeter said:

Hey all, I've got an i5-9400f, gtx 1660 and 16gb and an nvme ssd. It runs rdr2 at 60fps on high to mid settings. 

These are good enough to run the DE at it's best. RDR2 is more resource hungry compared to the Definitive Edition. 

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Overclocked Ryzen 5 3600 and RX 570.

 

I'm good.

 

 

 

On 10/26/2021 at 8:57 PM, Jimmy said:

They got both the Intel models wrong while the AMD ones aren't. Could be ignorance as well.

 

In the GTA V requirements, they did list the FX as AMD X8 FX-8350😂

 

It's crazy. Remakes of 20-year-old games are more demanding than GTA V, which was optimized like a dream. I only wish it had DX12 or Vulkan but Rockstar is likely saving that for VI.

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CPU: Ryzen 5 1600

 

GPU: Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+

 

RAM: 2666Mhz 16gb dual channel

 

Storage: Kingston A2000 Nvme 500gb

 

 

Think I can handle it on 1080p at high settings?

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I have a question in regards to disk space of the installed game. It say 45 Gb disk space is required where the game properties show the total installation of 17.9 Gb see the attachment 

 

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^was answered in their topic, basically all of trilogy definitive edition is 45gb and San Andreas specifically 17.9gb.

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