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gta v lag

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Posted 23 April 2015 - 02:07 AM

 irecently got gta v on my MSI ge 70 20e laptop which is a very nice laptop it has an intel 174700 processor and 12 gb RAM it also has a Nvidia geforce gtx 765m graphics card. when i try to start up the game it tell me that the launcher has stopped working, i did some research and learned that disabling the graphics card, starting up the game then enabling the graphics card agin is a work around fr this problem, and i tried it, and it works, but the game has some pretty bad lag spikes about every 5 to 10 seconds, my pc is very capable of running the game on max settings, but even on minimum settings i am still getting these spikes. i have seen then game run fine on slower computers, what is wrong with mine. please help me i love the game, and i want to play without lag. oh and just as a side note the lag spikes are just as bad on minimum settings as they are on max settings, and this is offline play so it isnt my internet

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Posted 04 May 2015 - 11:57 PM

Hi there,


http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri < Do a test here on GTA V and tell me what it says (Probably not the problem)

Also, make sure you aren't running any game boosters or other programs in the background.

This can also be a problem with your HDD, I don't currently know how to test for HDD problems

but it is rumoured that it can be the cause of long loading times and lag spikes in games.

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