GTA 5 can't load cutscene during game, can overclocking solve this?


  1. Posts : 72
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    GTA 5 can't load cutscene during game, can overclocking solve this?


    I have recently purchased GTA 5 and ran it for the first time. When I launched the game, it told me that my specs are below minimum. I set all graphical settings to minimum and started the story mode. During the first mission, it ran fine with FPS between 30-60. After breaking into the vault and shooting through the cops, I get to the escape vehicle. It told me to press E to get in, which I did, and the game faded to black with the loading icon on the bottom right. The problem is that I waited for a minute or so and the game still did this. I have an HP Envy Dv7-7223cl which has an AMD A8-4500M APU that has 1.9 GHz of power. I hear the processor can be overclocked to 2.8 GHz but I don't know how. I have Overdrive installed and Turbo Core Control was enabled during gameplay so I don't know what else to do. Is overclocking going to solve this problem, if so, how do I do it? Please let me know.
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    Windows 10 64
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    I would not recommend overclocking as a fix to any graphics problem as overclocking itself is fraught with all kinds of stability problems and you could end up suspecting yet further problems that are only exaggerated with overclocking affecting the stability of your game and the OS it runs on.

    Get your game running fairly well before overclocking the computer, or you are just going to make a uncomfortable rod for your own back.
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  3. Posts : 72
    Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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    SoxmisUK said:
    I would not recommend overclocking as a fix to any graphics problem as overclocking itself is fraught with all kinds of stability problems and you could end up suspecting yet further problems that are only exaggerated with overclocking affecting the stability of your game and the OS it runs on.

    Get your game running fairly well before overclocking the computer, or you are just going to make a uncomfortable rod for your own back.
    Well I have found some mods that reduce the textures than what the game settings can offer. I'll see if they work.

    Also, I managed to get pass the loading cutscene issue. However, I am having problems with the textures taking too long to load. I've looked online to solve these issues and they're mainly because of underpowered CPUs. There are some fixes in the graphics settings but they only reduce the issue. If you guys have any other ideas, let me know.
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