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@mips Weird, they were working yesterday. I'll resend the links for them then. I wonder why they don't work. Anyway, here you go: https://pastebin.com/KiPfjm05 (top section of in game settings: https://i.imgur.com/2OyR4cw.jpg) (middle section: https://i.imgur.com/raxeS4h.jpg) (bottom section: https://i.imgur.com/tDblAOY.jpg)
@mips Thanks for posting that walkthrough link, I'll go through it and see what settings I should/could change to reduce the tax on my gpu. Right now its running at overcapacity (so says gta v). Here's my pastebin of my settings (https://pastebin.com/wrvsGdfn), along with some links to screenshots I took of the actual in game settings (https://imgur.com/a/XSXGx). As you can see, they are definitely over capacity, but I really don't want to turn down the gpu hog that the texture setting is. If I were to turn that to normal, then all of the other graphics settings become useless while fixing a stuttering problem.
@mattipiffi Yup, the SSC version of it, so it should be able to handle gta v like a boss, which is actually why I bought this graphics card since it was advertised to do a bunch of the games I wanted to play like fallout four and overwatch. And in vanilla gta v, I havent really had this stuttering problem so it very well could be a compatability issue with this one and one of the other ones I've installed.
@Skîdrow Alright, I'll go do that to see if it's one of my mods that's the problem. Thank you for your help!!
@mips My normal settings that I play with have been optimized by NVIDIA, so I'm using all of the VRAM I have already (which would make sense for why GTA V is lagging since it doesnt have any more ram on the graphics card).
@Skîdrow Gotcha, as I said above that would definitely make sense then. But my problem is that if I turn down all of the major VRAM hog settings to nothing (like GTA V wants so that it can have a surplus of VRAM), then my graphics quality goes waaaay down. Should I turn down the settings in game and then install Natural Vision which would counter act my lowered settings, or should I give up hope on improving my GTA V's graphics due to a budget GPU?
Okay, so I absolutely love how GTA V looks after installing this mod so thank you so much for working and creating this wonderful graphics mod! However, I'm having a rather difficult issue. My GTA V is experiencing a massive amount of lag when changing locations like going from the one section of the map to another or when the day-night cycle changes. It's acting like the game is having trouble loading the new areas of the map while driving which would explain the lag. The system I'm using to play GTA V is a intel i7 7700 cpu, and a gtx 1050 2gb gpu so I don't think I should have. Do you have any suggestions as to improve my GTA V gameplay experience? Also, I've loaded some other mods like the railroad engineer mod, along with some additional cars, simple trainer, world of variety, enable mp cars, online events, colorful HUD, single player garages, LA Vegetation, LeFix Speedo, and a "lag and world not loading fix + FPS stability" mod. Do you, or anyone else for that matter, know of any compatibility issues with these mods and Natural Vision? Or is my graphics card not suited to run GTA V? Or, even worse as it's the second time I've installed it because this has been a pretty repeatable issue, could I have botched installing it twice even though I followed the instructions to T? I'd really love some insight to this issue as the stuttering is really killing my gameplay. Thank you in advance!