Grand Theft Auto V is finally out for PC, and Nvidia has released a massive guide to GTA V's graphics settings. The green team tweaks what seems like every graphical setting available in GTA V, documents its visual impact, and charts its effect on performance.
That's interesting enough on its face, but Nvidia has also captured dozens of screenshots for interactive, side-by-side comparison applets. These comparisons make it easy to see how changes in graphics settings affect the game's appearance, and they seem like a useful aid in the quest to balance eye candy with performance.
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