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With a PC mod named enb, Grand Theft Auto IV can be enhanced with graphics of a Grand Theft Auto V, if that game will even be as visually stunning as the above YouTube video (up to 720p) for the mod is. Now, before we all drop our jaws in awe, it's important to note there are no moving character models anywhere, which can easily dampen the graphics.

The enb settings were at their maximum, at a resolution of 3840x2160p (downsampled to 1920x1080p) and at an average of 28 frames per second. The specs for the computer is an Intel Core i7 950, Rampage III motherboard, 3x 2G DDR3 1333mhz RAM, 1 GPU Sparkle GTX 480 GDDR5 1536MB 384bit, 1 GPU INNO 3D GTX 275 GDDR3 1792MB 448bit, and a Corsair TX 750W PSU.
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