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GTA V on Surface Pro 3, i7 and intel HD 5000

mmuuuuhh

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Hello everyone,

I'm running GTA V on an Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
It is one of the greater ones with i7 core, 8 GB RAM and an intel HD 5000 graphic board. I'm displaying the game on an external (older) TFT monitor with 1200x1080p max.

The game is running but sadly I had to cut down many graphic-settings.

Is here someone who also runs the game on an surface pro 3, and can tell me what the best possible graphic options are?
 

CrippsCorner

Well-Known Member
Apologies I didn't even read the comments to realise it was being streamed! Although, that's intrigued me further as I had no idea you could even do that from a PS4...
 

TunaSurface

Active Member
Apologies I didn't even read the comments to realise it was being streamed! Although, that's intrigued me further as I had no idea you could even do that from a PS4...

Well technically anyone with a fast enough internet speed could just Twitch stream it to any device ;).
 

vxm

Active Member
interesting that you can stream from PS4 to SP3, I must check streaming options on my gaming rig, such use of SP3 would be great for me :)
 

CrippsCorner

Well-Known Member
Yeah I believe DS4 support was enabled before the Xbox controller too... priorities!

Regarding Twitch, can you actually play streamed games? I thought it was literally just for 'showing' what you were doing.
 

TunaSurface

Active Member
Yeah I believe DS4 support was enabled before the Xbox controller too... priorities!

Regarding Twitch, can you actually play streamed games? I thought it was literally just for 'showing' what you were doing.

No you can't play streamed games, but if your controller has a connection with your console and the lag delay isn't that bad then potentially any device you can watch the stream from could be used as a monitor.
I haven't tried this since my internet speeds are horrendous.


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Edit: Literally no idea if this works but why wouldn't it :=)
Can't fault a man for having ambition.
 
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GreyFox7

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No you can't play streamed games, but if your controller has a connection with your console and the lag delay isn't that bad then potentially any device you can watch the stream from could be used as a monitor.
I haven't tried this since my internet speeds are horrendous.


View attachment 5992 Edit: Literally no idea if this works but why wouldn't it :=)
Take the Internet out of that and you stand a chance, otherwise not a snowballs chance.
 

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