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Hi guys. So after i got my pc i havent really been impressed by the performance in GTA 5. I have an i7 8700k and a GTX 1080, but somehow i still only get around 90 FPS, where according to other benchmarks, i should get a lot more. My drivers are up to date, and I have tried almost every combination of graphics settings. 

Any ideas?

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What resolution are you playing on? What RAM configuration do you have?

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Just now, PopsicleHustler said:

What resolution are you playing on? What RAM configuration do you have?

1920x1080, 16Gb ram.

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Just now, MrBurpAlot.. said:

1920x1080, 16Gb ram.

16GB 1x16/2x8/4x4? What speed?

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Just now, PopsicleHustler said:

16GB 1x16/2x8/4x4? What speed?

2x8 3000mhz. My bad. ?

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YouTube tells me that GTX1080 pulls off 70-90FPS at 1080p max settings in GTAV, so it seems normal?

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Just now, PopsicleHustler said:

YouTube tells me that GTX1080 pulls off 70-90FPS at 1080p max settings in GTAV, so it seems normal?

Thats what i found on youtube aswell, but techsource made a budget build (gtx 1050 & i3 xxxx), that got 130+ FPS avg. Other people on reddit and such with the same specs also seem to get more FPS.

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4 minutes ago, PopsicleHustler said:

YouTube tells me that GTX1080 pulls off 70-90FPS at 1080p max settings in GTAV, so it seems normal?

Guessi ll just have to live with 90 fps

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On 12/23/2018 at 4:51 AM, MrBurpAlot.. said:

Guessi ll just have to live with 90 fps

They might be running with a different settings.

 

To get maximum settings on GTA V, you need to tweak a couple of options and that might not have been obvious to them. As someone with an RX 480, I can tell you it is impossible for a build with an i3 and GTX 1050Ti to run at 130fps at max settings at 1080p on GTAO.

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If you are maximum settings its normal for that game

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On 12/23/2018 at 5:47 AM, PopsicleHustler said:

YouTube tells me that GTX1080 pulls off 70-90FPS at 1080p max settings in GTAV, so it seems normal?

It depends on the scenario. I have a gtx 1060 6b and a 3570k, I get 75fps in most cases with most settings maxed, however at high speed driving, in the rain with lots of traffic around that will drop to around 45 FPS. 

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