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Grand Theft Auto IV Played on Nvidia GT 240 1GB GDDR5

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Uploaded on Jan 16, 2010

This is Grand Theft Auto IV being played on an Nvidia GT 240 (Specifically the Palit 1GB GDDR5 "Sonic" Chipset) graphics card. All settings are set to as high as they go for my resolution (1280x1024). Most of the lag in this video was caused by fraps, however sometimes the game does have giant lag spikes without fraps, but that is rarely.

FPS Without Fraps: Average 27FPS, Lowest 10FPS
FPS With Fraps: 17-23FPS Average, Lowest 4FPS

My Specs (Please note, this computer was not purchased to be a gaming computer)

Intel Pentium Dual Core CPU, 2.6GHz
2GB RAM
Nvidia GT 240 1GB GDDR5 Video RAM

This video was recorded at half the size of my screen resolution to save room. I apologize for the music and editing, as this is practically a brand new computer, so my music selection is limited to songs from games I have installed. And I'm limited to using Windows Movie Maker for the editing.

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