i have amd radeon 530 graphic card with 4 gb memory so it is giving me only 25-26 fps while playing gta 5 . so tell me the solution for this problem so tht i can atleast get 35-40 fps?
There's more to a system than a graphics card. What are your other specs, particularly your CPU? Is this the first time you've played it with this card, or did it used to have more fps on the same card/game? More info please.
i have the required specs to run this game at high graphics
intel core i5 8th gen (CPU @ 160GHz-180GHz) and can be boosted upto 3.4GHz
radeon 530 graphics 4 gb Gddr5
Just so that one is aware of these common issues which can contribute towards low FPS issues.
2: Power supply is attempting to conserve energy
If o e is using win10, they will need to adjust their system as to disable any nd all third party software, bloatware or apps as these are in constant contact with their own serviers. Also, adjusting the systems virtual memory settings beyond what Win10 wants to do automatically could help gains more FPS.
If You've been playing for a while, your system may not be realisation RAM, temp files etc. As these should be removed from your system. Sometimes it's not wise to allow win10 or other opsys to automatically adjust for your game play. This is why I would eliminate all and reduce back ground programs by isolating them within the system configuration as well as checking the task manager and shutting down all non essential programs.
Yes i usually check task manager so i observed that no such unimportant app is running and my laptop temp reaches to 85 degree while playing so suggest me what to do next.
There are some vids, 'gta v performance on amd 530 graphics', check them out, try their settings.
The system requirements for GTA V can be found here:
It looks like 4GB RAM is okay, but depending on your processor, you may want to upgrade to 8GB. I'm guessing it's your processor that's slowing it down mostly though. If it is, you will need a better processor to get better fps(or a new system). Your graphics card looks to be plenty good enough though.