Also to answer your question, i think it was a crappy 200mhz with some no-name graphics card. I remember the graphical lag in act 4... Usually took me about 2-3 hours to get to diablo. Not to mention, a wonderful 1-skill-point-in-everything barbarian build.
My first computer was a Vic20, but my dad had one that I was never allowed to go near so have no idea what it was other than that it used 8" floppy disks.
I played both D1 and D2 on the same 1999 Indigo iMac
350Mhz PowerPC G3
128Mb RAM (eventually upped to 256Mb)
ATI RAGE 128 pro
10Gb HDD (remember, D2:LoD took up a bit over 1Gb)
125mb external drive
28.8 kbps dial-up that I had to redial every 4 hours
That lasted me until 2006 and I still use it as a jukebox.
For D3 I have
AMD Phenom II X4 965 3.4GHz Quad Core CPU Black Edition
Windows 7 Home Premium
ATI 5830HD 1Gb gfx card
1Tb internal hdd
500Gb internal hdd
1Tb external hdd
Last edited by Sokar Rostau; 05-05-2012 at 06:44.
Reason: Forgot to include RAM
I first played Diablo 1 on a 486-33.
The 33 is for 33 Mhz. I remember getting the processor upgrade to 66 Mhz and how awesome it was that I could press F5 in DOOM II to run it in glorious 640X480, or whatever it was then, and have almost no stutter. It ran the original Worms and Warcraft great, too.
I totally remember my family computer running slow as HELL playing d2. It took like 45 seconds for the loading screen to finish... doing baal runs was horrible because by the time I got into the game all the monsters were dead LOL. Then my dad bought a new computer that sounded like a freaking jet engine when it started up... it ran sooooo fast the loading screens were practically instant, it was heaven.