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    On PS4 Pro, looking into PC

    Hello everyone,

    Currently on a PS4 Pro but very interested in a PC for a few reasons. First, if I get a PC with a 1080 card and a I7-7700k will I have the "problem" with graphics I am having now in that sometimes trees/fences/walls kinda pop-up and disappear trackside and in the distance, also in the mirrors too. It seems maybe the PS4 isn't "drawing " the graphics correctly or able to keep up, hopefully that makes sense. Secondly, the car mods are really cool! Third, I can get a direct drive wheel!!

    Hopefully someone can give me some input into the PC/graphics side of things.

    Thanks

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    Best idea would be to look at YouTube videos from PC players here - I'm pretty sure with the specs you mention that will not be an issue once you turn the visual settings up.

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    The PS4 version does have lower graphics settings than you can manage on a high end PC..

    There will occasionally be a few odd pop ups even on PC, where the draw distance for a specific billboard or tree hasn't quite been sorted (or there aren't any low LODs), but generally you should get less of it on higher PC settings. There is also an enhanced mirror option which improves the quality and draw distance for the mirror.. a lot of people find reduced mirror quality annoying.
    Of course once you have the PC and a decent GPU, you will then wonder if VR is worth a look (it is!)... and then you'll find out that a PC is just a pit to throw money into..

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    Thank you both! Now I just need to finalize my specs on my PC. I don't care about looks or getting extra stuff I don't need. I just want the basics that will give great performance without all the extra fluff like pretty cases or LEDs (not that I have anything against that, just not my thing)!

    Thanks again!

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