With the release of GTA 5 for PC the surprises continue. In particular, manually assembled a powerful computer that can get to any of the players. And directly into the game interface there is the option for individual radio settings for each user. Will tell everything in order.
Exclusive PC GTA 5 free
Rockstar Games, in conjunction with the Digital Storm in honor of the release of GTA 5 for PC has prepared an additional bonus. They will be a powerful computer, which is collected manually with all the features of the game.
The overall design of the system unit is made in black and metallic automotive colors. For machining of the housing was used for laser engraving. In the above illustration you can see that the block surface is decorated with the visual attributes of GTA 5. The overall picture perfectly complements the led backlight.
Technical equipment of the computer is also on a high level. When assembling the used processor Intel Core i7, SSD drive high-speed 750-Series, a powerful graphics card NVIDIA Titan X. Such powerful equipment will get very warm. To slow down the temperature in the unit introduced a system of liquid cooling.
The unique power of the computer is more than enough to run GTA 5 in 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. This will allow you to fully enjoy the meticulous attention to detail in virtual reality.
Presents the computer is not available for sale. It can get absolutely free. All conditions, rules and comments are available on the official pages of Rockstar Games. Please note that players can claim on the new computer until may 1, 2015.
Own music on the radio in GTA
One of the exciting new features in GTA 5 for computers is "fine" tuning. The player can customize streaming, in accordance with individual preferences.
In addition to enhanced music collection directly in the game, users can add their own audio. You need to add music files to the Music folder User. It is usually located at the address C:\Documents\Rockstar Games\GTA5. For more detail about new opportunities and recommendations on video.