The Grand Theft Auto V modding community is ever-growing and every year we get more spectacular mods. This year, DoctorGTA from the GTA Modding Community released a new mod for GTA V made with the Make Visuals Great Again mod. DoctorGTA’s new GTA V Ultra Real Graphics Mod 2017 in 4k really takes the graphics up a notch and feedback has been overwhelmingly good.
GTA V Realistic Mod GTR
Reviews of Make Visuals Great Again GTA V mod are also very positive. Many players reported being able to use the GTA V mod without much effect on fps and also on laptops. Further feedback on the mod mentioned breathtaking landscapes and great balance with lighting and in particular brightness. Many players are also using mods we’ve spoken about before such as the LSPD First Response Mod and report better lighting on authority vehicles.
Make Visuals Great Again features a complete visual overhaul which is really apparent in DoctorGTA’s 4k mod and video. Weather received a do-over, as did graphic-texture files, time cycles, and increased brightness on most vehicle lights in the game. Moreover, the mod regularly gets updated adding new features and options requested by the community.
DoctorGTA set his computer on fire recording GTA V mod!
DoctorGTA spent 6 weeks recording and 1-week editing the video for his mod. All footage recorded on his computer using 2 Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080s which actually set on fire. DoctorGTA said before he got the camera to record what was happening the fans were whirling out fire. The issue is caused by a design flaw in the cooler of the ACX 2.0 with 2 fans. Basically, the VRMs don’t receive enough cooling and it causes them to overheat and blow up.
The footage of fire in DoctorGTA’s video is actually from another incident recorded by YouTube user Michael Duncan. Michael Duncan recorded his EVGA GTX 1080 sparking up in 2016 and WCCFTech reported on the issue. However, it’s clear by DoctorGTAs video that his cards were smoking and components had melted. He replaced them with 2 super clocked EVGA Geforce GTX 1080s. Further, he only had positive things to say of EVGA and plans to replace the current 1080s with EVGA Geforce GTX Titan X Hybrids when it releases.