GTA V Mods Lets You Play on Low End PCs

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Do you have a low-end PC? Are you looking forward to enjoying in Los Santos in GTA V, but your PC does not let you? Fret not, Grand Theft Auto V modding community has got your back. A modder with the handle ’emirh08′ has managed compile and achieve the proper settings with file modification that will let the game run on playable frame rates (over 30 Frames-per-second) on any average system with low specifications. As the developer has mentioned that he gets over 30 fps on 1280*800 resolution with details, textures at maximum along with FXAA and Shadows enabled, reflection quality on high and Anisotropic Filtering at 8x on his 10.6″ 1080p Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Tablet which sports an Intel HD 4400 and a 4th generation 1.6 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 CPU and has passive cooling.

The mod does exactly what it is supposed to because it makes the game render at playable frame rates on the systems which have lower system requirements than the officially stated note. The minimum system requirements for GTA V are –

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

The modder has compiled all the presets / profiles of the settings according to the specification of your system in an archived file. The profiles vary from normal / mid-end all the way to ultra low-end configured systems.

The mod working at its best can be found in the videos below.

This video shows that this mod is not going to get you banned by Rockstar in GTA Online or Multiplayer mode. The game being played on an Intel Core 2 Duo laptop with a 7670m graphics card.

The mod can be found right here.

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  • Avatar Innate Thought says:

    My Wife and I have been downsixing the massive images of the game to reduce stutter and increase smoothness and provide more FPS. The mod is called GTA V Re-Sized and can be found here:

    With this mod it is not making the game look like all night or a bunch of fog and no plants or grass etc. The mod replaces the original rpf files with Re-Sized and repacked rpf files that can offer around 11+ FPS to your game play; but not only that it frees up much of the memory in not having to load those massively over-sized images. The result is that more ambient things can occur, car spinouts have more rotation and the game shows more dust clouds and props.

    If you have a low end rig this can offer the best resolve as it does not just make you sacrafice components or aspects of the game. It merely Re-Sizes the image files so they load quicker and allow for others to load up too.
    Peace, N8Gamez

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