Grand Theft Auto V

Grand Theft Auto V (DirectX 11)


From one of the biggest series in gaming history, the latest iteration of the Grand Theft Auto titles is a stunning collection of graphics and gameplay. The PC version adds new features like an optional first-person mode and increases visual fidelity dramatically, making this one of the best looking and most GPU-demanding games available.

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Settings used for GTA V Testing

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Settings used for GTA V Testing

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Settings used for GTA V Testing

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Settings used for GTA V Testing

 

GTA V is still an odd duck in our testing. At 2560×1440 there is a clear CPU bottleneck occuring as the Titan V and GTX 1080 are essentially neck and neck. Cranking that up to 4K gives us a better picture, but the Titan Xp is only 4% slower than the Titan V in that case.

TITAN V 12GB, Average FPS Comparisons, Grand Theft Auto V
  Titan Xp 12GB GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GTX 1080 8GB Vega 64 Liquid 8GB
2560×1440 -1% +0% +2% +28%
3840×2160 +4% +15% +58% +97%

This table presents the above data in a more basic way, focusing only on the average FPS, so keep that in mind. 

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