Question Is my GTA V performance normal?

Feb 14, 2019
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I've recently started playing GTA 5, and I'm wondering if the game's performance is subpar, considering my rig. Here are the basic specs:
Intel i7-6700 @ 3.4GHz
GTX 1080
16 GB RAM, 2133MHz
460W PSU
7200RPM HDD

I ran the benchmark test, and here is an excerpt from the output file:
"Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 7.421773, 92.762657, 71.176819
Pass 1, 37.902908, 103.193848, 81.895775
Pass 2, 46.985638, 139.285461, 85.878944
Pass 3, 52.871731, 132.240143, 96.154449
Pass 4, 22.492886, 138.171173, 84.832809"

I'm playing on the default graphics settings, 1920x1080 144Hz, with V-sync off. I can also provide the specific graphics settings if need be, but I don't want this post to be too long. I have not let GeForce optimize the game, and it recommends I turn the settings up.
Is this normal performance? Is there anything I can do to make it better, without affecting the look of the game too much?
 
Jul 26, 2019
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Unfortunately GTA 5 is a game thats not going to run flawlessly especially above 60 FPS cap. The game has a lot going on and a lot of calculations. And all that is being streamed in as you walk through areas. Its in another post I started which talks about games that run badly. Put the game at a 30 FPS lock and you should see MORE consistent frame rates. (still wont be perfect )

You can lower the settings, adjust shadows to lower but no matter what your going to see some dips.

Also random extra tips, turn off any streaming apps you have open. Turn of any geforce interfaces or steam interfaces.
 

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