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gta 5 is still my favorite game and play all the time , I would first verify game files through steam ect , then goto documents/rockstar games /gta 5 and delete the xml folder in here , will be the only xml folder and is normally the very bottom one , this stores the graphic settings and any custom kb/m settings so take not before deleting if you don't remember .
if that doesn't work then try a clean install of the drivers but seeing its only with this game , then it's most likely file corruption with this game
Same here - system hangs (PC dies and "driver has stopped") it's not the game problem it's pure crimson drivers problem unstable with r9 380 I sent a report to AMD do the same thing so maybe they will take a look
I deleted the xml file and played for a couple houres. I didn't have any problem with standard graphic settings (except the resolution). So I am now going to test which graphic setting is causing the problem.