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Posted: 1/8/2024 4:08:19 AM EDT
I've have 32 gig of ram, and a AMD Radon RX5500 4 gig graphics card.

Would it work with games like Call of Duty, and GTA?
Link Posted: 1/8/2024 4:37:00 AM EDT
Didn't list cpu, but assuming something decent (ryzen 3000, intel i5 8th gen, or better)

GTA 5 no problem 1080p @ Medium/High settings should see ~100fps

CoD be sure and run it with FSR. 1080p @ Medium/High settings 1080p should see (~100fps)

Have fun.
Link Posted: 1/8/2024 10:17:38 AM EDT
Assuming it's a 5500XT model, Gamers Nexus reviewed these which includes GTA 5 results:

AMD RX 5500 XT GPU Review: 4GB vs. 8GB Benchmarks, Thermals, & Noise

(83 fps at highest settings @ 1080P)
Link Posted: 1/18/2024 11:57:57 PM EDT
Yes it is
Link Posted: 1/19/2024 2:46:43 PM EDT
I'm completely clueless about games. I'm still playing Mario 3, and Super Mario World on a Raspberry Pi.

I have 2 drives in my PC, and would want to install any games on the drive my OS isn't on. Would that cause a problem?

Is this the best option for getting GTA?

Link Posted: 1/26/2024 7:19:35 AM EDT
Games on boot drives is fine.
Link Posted: 1/26/2024 11:46:02 AM EDT
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I downloaded GTA a few days ago. Everything works great and the graphics are crazy good.

Just need to learn how to use a keyboard and mouse instead of a controller.
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