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Topic # 129479 17-Sep-2013 14:40
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Rockstar suggests that for optimal performance, Xbox 360 owners should not install the second disc of Grand Theft Auto V on to their system

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  Reply # 896980 17-Sep-2013 14:42
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AKA the Play disc as is written on it.

Interesting. I think I recall Mass Effect 3 had a similar warning?

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Reply # 897398 18-Sep-2013 09:29
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First thing I did was install the play disc to a 16gb USB flash drive. Peace and quiet, saves my DVD drive laser and no pop-in.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 897416 18-Sep-2013 09:44
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Let us know if you run into performance issues then.

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  Reply # 897436 18-Sep-2013 10:05
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Have played around 6 hours and have played through the same area in the Digital Foundry demonstration (the intro) and have had none of the pop-in demonstrated in their example.

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  Reply # 898755 19-Sep-2013 22:09
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Same here, installed Install disc to regular hard drive and play disc to USB and running smooth (and quiet).

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