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Testseek.com have collected 155 expert reviews of the Grand Theft Auto 5 and the average rating is 90%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Grand Theft Auto 5.
Award: Editor’s Choice October 2013
October 2013
 
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The editors liked

  • TDP and power draw is almost unbelievable at 150W for such a high-performance GPU
  • Using only one 8-pin PCIe cable
  • In contrast the Fury X requires two 8-pin cables
  • Overclockability is very good so far – GPU Boost 3.0 works with the Precision X overcloc
  • The EVGA GTX 1060 3GB beats the Red Devil RX 470 overall in performance at a similar price
  • With one 6-pin PCIe connector
  • TDP and power draw are good and it is quiet in comparison to the reference GTX 1060 Founders Edition. ACX 2.0 cooling is very effect
  • The EVGA GTX 1080 FTX beats the more expensive Founders Editon in performance
  • And it beats its Fury X competitor in every benchmark at a similar price
  • TDP and power draw are good and it is very quiet in comparison to almost any other high-performance vi
  • Great story line
  • Fantastic game play
  • Decent performance on mainstream systems
  • Good playability and replayability
  • Gorgeous
  • Intricatelydetailed world
  • Heist missions are a blast to plan and execute.
  • Engaging storyline
  • Three playable characters
  • Vast
  • Open world
  • Multiple ways to approach each mission
  • Improved mechanics when driving
  • Varied missions
  • Vehicles
  • And weapons
  • As Fun As It Was In 2013
  • First Person Adds New Lair Of Gameplay
  • Rockstar Editor Useful For Making Videos
  • Beautiful Graphics
  • Graphics options are well thoughtout
  • Technically stable
  • The definitive version of the game

The editors didn't like

  • The video memory at 3GB limits the GTX 1060 to 1920×1080 resolution
  • PrecisionX OC refused to launch for us after activation. We probably left overclocking performance on the table by setting our overclock manually by being unable to use the advanced overclocking features it offers
  • Currently a little unstable
  • Texture popping and screen tearing
  • Sometimes FP mode seems cramped.
  • Irritating characters and grating dialogue
  • Slow
  • Unintuitive interface
  • C'mon Rockstar Games
  • Announce a PC port
  • Torture scene is over the top and can't be skipped
  • Feels Like We Should've Gotten More After Such A Long Wait
  • Lack Of PC Exclusive Content
  • Editing software features some disappointing (if not dealbreaking) restrictions

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  Published: 2017-12-11, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • This has been an enjoyable exploration for us evaluating TV 4K gaming and we hope that our experience may help serve as a 4K TV PC gaming 2017 holiday guide for our readers. The very best 4K is experienced on a large display, and we would recommend a PC d...

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  Published: 2017-09-12, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • Unlike the RX Vega 64 Liquid Cooled edition which fell quite short of its performance target of the GTX 1080 Ti and barely matched the GTX 1080, the RX Vega 56 is faster than the GTX 1070 FE. Using performance as our primary metric, at $399, the RX Vega 5...

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  Published: 2017-08-21, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • Abstract:  Last Monday, AMD released its new Vega 64 processor in a vain attempt to beat the GTX 1080 and to take the performance crown from NVIDIA's GTX 1080 Ti. Since the reference version throttles performance due to inadequate cooling, BTR purchased a Gigabyte R...

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  Published: 2016-12-22, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • Abstract:  It's been about six months since BTR compared the RX 480 versus the GTX 1060 and versus the 290X. It will be interesting to see if there have been any major performance changes since then. Has AMD neglected Hawaii in favor of Polaris, and what about Pasca...

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  Published: 2016-09-04, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • This has been quite an interesting exploration for us in evaluating the overclocked $199 Red Devil RX 470 versus the overclocked $199 EVGA GTX 1060 3GB Gaming edition. The GTX 1060 3GB is a faster card at stock, and due to its superior headroom for overcl...

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  Published: 2016-08-30, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • The EVGA GTX 1060 3GB beats the Red Devil RX 470 overall in performance at a similar price, With one 6-pin PCIe connector, TDP and power draw are good and it is quiet in comparison to the reference GTX 1060 Founders Edition. ACX 2.0 cooling is very effect
  • The video memory at 3GB limits the GTX 1060 to 1920×1080 resolution
  • If you are buying a fast video card right now and looking for good performance for a better than entry-level VR or for maxed out 1920×1080, the EVGA GTX 1060 3GB is an excellent choice. The GTX 1060 beats its competition the reference or factory-overclock...

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  Published: 2016-08-08, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • Performance summary chartHere are the summary charts of 25 games and 2 synthetic tests. The highest settings are always chosen and it is usually DX11; DX12 is picked above DX11 where available, and the settings are ultra or maxed. Specific settings are li...

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  Published: 2016-07-29, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • If you are buying a top performing video card right now and looking for the highest performance at a really good price, the GTX 1070 is the only choice since the GTX 1080 is much more expensive...

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  Published: 2016-06-22, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • The EVGA GTX 1080 FTX beats the more expensive Founders Editon in performance, and it beats its Fury X competitor in every benchmark at a similar price, TDP and power draw are good and it is very quiet in comparison to almost any other high-performance vi
  • PrecisionX OC refused to launch for us after activation. We probably left overclocking performance on the table by setting our overclock manually by being unable to use the advanced overclocking features it offers

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  Published: 2016-05-29, Author: Mark , review by: babeltechreviews.com

  • TDP and power draw is almost unbelievable at 150W for such a high-performance GPU, using only one 8-pin PCIe cable; in contrast the Fury X requires two 8-pin cables, Overclockability is very good so far – GPU Boost 3.0 works with the Precision X overcloc
  • If you are buying a top performing video card right now and looking for the highest performance at a really good price, the GTX 1070 is the only choice since the GTX 1080 is much more expensive.We would like to award the Founder's Edition of the GTX 1070...

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