Our first steps in the PC version of GTA Online started yesterday evening and we aimlessly wandered around Los Santos and its surroundings with all settings maxed out. Even with our rig (i5 4670K @ 4.0 GHz, 8 Go RAM, Windows 8.1, SLI of 970s), we couldn't avoid a few frame drops but overall it's safe to say that the PC port of Grand Theft Auto V is definitely well-optimized. Yesterday's patch caused some severe issues performance-wise though, but it will most certainly be fixed in the days to come. Not everyone is concerned as I had no problem while Miguel now finds the game completely unplayable. Check out our four gameplay videos captured at 1080p/60fps. Update: 1440p (DSR) benchmark added. We overclocked the processor a tad more and lowered down the distance scaling option a little bit.
@jmd749: the LG SJ850 and 950 aren't that much cheaper than their B7 here. I predict it will be on sale the days before new year. (43 minutes ago)
And FOX has been removing stuff from Netflix for a while too, at least in the USA. These are two publishers they were already losing. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: Disney announced their intent to pull media from netflix and start their own streaming service ages ago (2 Hours ago)
@Tinks: No, Disney bought Fox, this means they now own Hulu. (3 Hours ago)
does anyone here like the merger btw? It's probably good for the comics, but the Avengers formual is getting kinda tired (4 Hours ago)
ya Disney was backing out of Netflix to start their own stream service (4 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: I'd get a LG nano cell 65" instead or a 55" OLED and invest in a GTX 1080 ti. I have a liquid cooled MSI SeaHawk 1080Ti and during gameplay I get temps around 40 degrees centigrade. (4 Hours ago)