On medium, is it possible to play at around 40-50 fps? Or no way? =\
Maybe in small areas, alone, with not many monsters but I think it'll dip below 40fps in more crowded areas. You'll have to try it to get the exact picture and see if it's playable enough for your taste. People have different interpretations of "playable". But like I said, don't expect to be able to play at high, you may have to fiddle a bit with the visual quality.
FYI, as of half an hour ago, the system requirements and recommended system specs on the front page of this thread, are confirmed to be those of the release version's; not just the beta's requirements.
Question to any whom might know, been playing the beta on brother's account for some time now so I know I can run the game, but every now and then the game slows down tremendously. I believe I know whats causing it but I thought I'd get a second opinion. Of all the settings that can affect performance, what is the most demanding?
After observing when the slow downs happen, it seems to be the Physics that my PC is hurting on, but that doesn't really make sense since I've never had a problem with physics in a game before, it's always been shadow quality I have trouble on.
I read through about 10 pages of this thread trying to find an answer, but didnt.
Im looking at buying a laptop for playing D3 on the go while im travelling. While there are plenty of gaming laptops out there, i need something extremely portable. Preferably 11.6" screen, but a 13.3" will be OK (but not bigger). I dont care about video quality (i have my desktop for that) - if it plays with no lag at all on lowest possible settings, 4 player game, i'll be happy. So my question is: is this possible for a small laptop? Almost all 11.6" laptops have integrated graphics only, and even 13.3" ones usually come with very slow video cards (nvidia 540M being about the best available). Has anyone tried running D3 beta on such laptops? Thanks!