Nvidia to exclusively optimize GTA V for PC

Last updated on February 14th, 2015

Nvidia Gamers!!! Get ready for a treat as you will be amazed to know that Nvidia has signed a deal with Rockstar Games to exclusively optimize GTA V for PC. The game will support TXAA (Temporal Anti-Aliasing) technology to combat jagging issues and render flawless HD Gaming. TXAA is the next level of anti-aliasing technology after MSAA (Multi-Sample Anti Aliasing).

But yes again, TXAA is a technology only supported on Nvidia Kepler and Maxwell GPU’s. So, you need to have an Nvidia card from 600 series or higher. There is also word that the HBAO+(Horizon Based Ambient Occlusion) feature will be integrated into the game, according to Nvidia. Nothing yet has been confirmed from AMD yet, whether the company will be integrating some special effects in the game powered by its cards. The game seems to be well optimized for PC but let’s wait to discover how it’s going to work on Nvidia cards.

GTA V will be out for PC by March 24,2015. You may answer this question below:

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9 thoughts on “Nvidia to exclusively optimize GTA V for PC”

  1. So what they featured the game on their site. If we’re just going to jump to conclusions because of some marketing done: AMD uploaded one of the GTA V trailers to their YouTube channel. Does this mean exclusive AMD optimization? No it fucking doesn’t. The only reliable source for this is Rockstar themselves

  2. Dude, in the end we know what’s going to happen. All the main graphical features like TXAA, HBA0+, etc. will be specifically taken care of by Nvidia. Probably you will see an Nvidia logo when you’ll be launching the game on your PC.

  3. Dont worry, none of this information is true. Although nvidia has gta v on its site, there is no evidence of the AA it uses as well as ssao. There also hasnt been any info about what the game will be optimized for.

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