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    IncGamers Member StrikexForce's Avatar
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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Im currently on a Geforce 310M which comes in at "Low"

    However im buying a new iMac once D3 releases and that will smoke D3 on high




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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    My laptop's NVIDIA GeForce GT 240M is fine and dandy at medium, sweet! =)




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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaime View Post
    The game will suport DX11?
    It will have DX9 support at release, perhaps they will add something later, in one of the expansions.



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Medium for my GTS250 so thats good but the deciding factor for me is my weak Intel Pentium dual core E2180 at 2ghz so the gpu might bge up to snuff with medium settings doesnt mean my weak cpu will be.



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    9800 gtx + medium? i'm pretty satisfied, older comp ftw :3
    I have this same card. Trust me, Blizzard optimizes their games well, it will be able to handle max settings easy.



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Tryfis View Post
    Whew, my 4870 made high. Looks like my 2+ year old build will probably run on high, as I expected.
    Same cept with 4890. Live to fight another year without having to upgrade!



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Thanks for specifically posting this information.

    I am glad I made the right choice buying a 4870 2.5 years ago. Time to upgrade the CPU/MOBO/RAM, however.



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Woot!

    "High NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275"

    Still on high after all these years!



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Dnttryme View Post
    I have this same card. Trust me, Blizzard optimizes their games well, it will be able to handle max settings easy.
    When it comes to graphics card yes, processor not so much. If you bought a card some years ago that manages "medium" here and haven't updated your processor in the meantime you might be a sad panda.



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    Re: Diablo 3 Supported Video Cards

    Sorry for the noob questions but I've never really played a video game besides D2 on this PC so I really have no idea what's what...

    Operating System:
    Windows 2.6.1.7600
    CPU Type:
    PentiumŪ Dual-Core CPU T4200 @ 2.00GHz
    CPU Speed:
    2.02 GHz
    System Memory:
    2.96 GB
    Video Card Model:
    Mobile Intel(R) 45 Express Chipset Family (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM 1.1)
    Video Card Memory:
    67 MB
    Video Card Driver:
    igdumd32.dll
    Desktop Resolution:
    1366x768
    Hard Disk Size:
    218.2 GB
    Hard Disk Free Space:
    137.58 GB (63%)
    Download Speed:
    34.35 kB/s (281.4 kbps)

    So says the beta opt-in section of battle.net
    It's a Dell laptop...So, should I try to pawn this one and get a better computer or can you just buy a $200 video card and screwdriver the back of your computer to upgrade? No idea how it works...



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