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Thread: My system for Diablo III.
04-17-12, 02:35 AM #1
My system for Diablo III.
You can see my computer in my signature. I was wondering if it's fast enough to play Diablo III at 1680x1050 and 20 fps?
Thanks.---Asus P8Z68-V\GEN3 (supports i7-3770K)---i5 2500K at 4.738GHz at 1.425v
---8GB Kingston ValueRam DDR3-1333MHz at 1648MHz 1.65v
---2x eVGA GeForce GTX 760 2GB SLI (1212/7600) ACX Coolers
---5 80mm fans---3 TB external SG hard-drive USB 3.0
---RealTek on-board sound (not bad!)---onboard Gigabit ethernet
---2TB SG(7200)---320GB SATA3 SG (7200)(Dual-booting Windows XP Pro SP3)
---16x/48x LG DVD-R/RW 16x/48x LG-DVD-ROM---
---22" Samsung 2253BW LCD (1680x1050)
---Windows 7 HP 64-bit (SP1)
---3Dmark Vantage: 63477
04-17-12, 02:48 AM #2
I see the limit at your GPU, though having them in 2's helps.
Your CPU is great, in fact, you can dialdown a bit to generate less heat.
you can try to OC your ram to 1600 Mhz, should be doable.
yeah, I see only concern being the 2x GTX 480.. as DIII might want to take a bit at sharper graphics.
04-17-12, 08:20 AM #3
You'll be able to plow through D3 without a problem. GTX460 SLI is around GTX580 performance or a little better. In the beta, I'm using a GTX580 at 1920x1200 with all settings maxed.
Blizzard made D3 "easily accessible" which means even people with old PCs can run the game.
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04-17-12, 08:40 AM #4
You will be just fine with your system and should be able to max it outHaswell Benching and Gaming: ASRock Z87 OC Formula : Intel i7 4770k w/ Phanteks PH-TC14 : 16GB 4x4GB G.Skill TridentX DDR3-2666 : 2x R9 290X
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04-17-12, 10:01 AM #5
Thread should probably be moved to "General Hardware" section as it cuts across multple platforms and include GPU options
04-17-12, 04:14 PM #6
I didn't notice any issues with my single GTX460 @ 1080p.
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04-17-12, 04:40 PM #7
I've played the beta with my sig system with zero problems and mine is less than yours.AMD Phenom 1055T @ 3.6 ||| Intel i5 4690K @ 4.8
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04-18-12, 09:35 AM #8
Yeah it doesn't take much at all. I installed the beta on my HTPC just for S&Gs and it ran like a champ at 1080p. (E5200@3.4 Ghz, 4 GB ram, HD5850 (875/1125)). I really don't see you having a problem running it.Eighty Duce is on the loose!
-Intel i7 920 4.2Ghz
-Gigabyte EX58-UD5 F9m BIOS
-G.Skill DDR3 1600 3x2 Gb 9-9-9-24
-AMD R290X 1200/1600
-TT Toughpower 750 watt
-Samsung 840 128Gb SSD OS
-Samsung 840 256Gb SSD Apps
04-19-12, 09:01 PM #9
This is a Blizzard game we're talking about! You don't need a lot of resources to have an enjoyable experience. If only they made operating systems and women.