Question Gpu

Oct 17, 2021
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My specs:
Ram:4gb ddr3
Processor:intel pentium dual core 3.25mhz
Motherboard:foxconn 2a8b
Os: window 10 64bit
Graphic:intel g41 integrated

Can I play GTA 5 if I add gt710 discrete gpu in my pc
 

DSzymborski

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You may be able to start it, but I can't imagine it would be a pleasant experience. You're far below the minimum requirements for CPU or GPU (with the 710) and the RAM is marginal. A GT 710 alone can't fix that; it's a nearly six-year-old non-gaming GPU that basically exists so that people with CPUs without integrated graphics can physically operate their basic PCs.
 
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You may be able to start it, but I can't imagine it would be a pleasant experience. You're far below the minimum requirements for CPU or GPU (with the 710) and the RAM is marginal. A GT 710 alone can't fix that; it's a nearly six-year-old non-gaming GPU that basically exists so that people with CPUs without integrated graphics can physically operate their basic PCs.
Then which will be the best GPU for it ?
 

DSzymborski

Titan
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Then which will be the best GPU for it ?
Well, for GTA V? None, really, without significant upgrades elsewhere. You could buy much more powerful, but old GPUs like a GTX 660 or an HD 7870 (listed as GTA V's minimum requirements), but you'd still have an inadequate CPU on an ancient platform and are marginal with the RAM. And if your PSU is as entry-level as the rest of the parts, you'd need an upgrade there too to run a worthwhile GPU.

The basic problem is that while GTA V is an eight-year-old game, it's an eight-year-old AAA game, and it just won't run well on an entry-level office PC from about 2009. It's surely not the answer you want to hear, but you'd basically be looking at an entirely new build.

There are many wonderful games to play from the 80s up to about 2005 or 2006 that will run just fine on your PC. But AAA games from the 2010s? You just don't have the hardware for it.
 

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