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GTX 1070 stuggles with GTA V at best settings?

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I'd say drop grass quality from ultra to very high based on this article: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/guides/grand-theft-auto-v-pc-graphics-and-performance-guide#grand-theft-auto-v-nvidia-pcss-shadows

 

I have a 1070 and I aim to run at a locked 60fps at 1440p, but it definitely drops to mid 40s when I go offroad 


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On 7/27/2016 at 5:13 PM, Technicolors said:

advanced settings can kill the fps. especially long shadows and high res shadows. best to turn those off first. 

 

grass quality is also taxing. setting it to normal is fine, though some of the more grassy areas might not be as dense. 

 

ok cause i "optimised" and ran the benchmark: solid 29 fps : P


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In advanced settings make sure you only have long shadows on.
In other settings have them all on very high.
Shadows on softest.
Msaa off

That's what I use with my 1080 at 1440p and never dip below 70. Most of the time at 90+


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1. There is no bottleneck  (this Nonsense is getting annoying) 

2. Advanced Settings and AA!! Use a ridiculous amount of ressources. Just turn them down, the game will still look good.


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This actually makes sense.  Grass is the biggest FPS killer in the game -- my 1080 struggles with it as well.  Just drop that setting to high and you'll be good.


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So I got a ryzen 5 1600 4ghz, 12 GB Ddr4, nvidia geforce 1070. What are the best settings for playing GTA5.  I'm running 3 monitor display surround at 3072 x 768 resolution. 

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