Can this run diablo 3 full speed?

#1Bob121787Posted 5/8/2012 6:00:41 AM
I have eMachines EL1358-51W and I'm going to put 8gigs of ram and an ASUS ATI Radeon HD 6570 graphics card in it. I know this will run the game but will it run on high at 30 fps is the question.... What do you guys think? All opinions appreciated.
#2Special-EddPosted 5/8/2012 6:05:41 AM
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#3Karmic Dragon2003Posted 5/8/2012 6:04:31 AM
It sounds like it will run at about 32 mp/h, maybe 40.
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#4ZombieAkanePosted 5/8/2012 6:06:03 AM
what resolution?
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#5Bob121787(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2012 6:06:45 AM
Awesome thanks guys! Good to know you can build a cheap decent gaming pc these days.
#6VeliconisPosted 5/8/2012 6:15:13 AM
eMachine = instant no.

Who the hell buys those anymore?
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#7Bob121787(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2012 6:15:22 AM
ZombieAkane posted...
what resolution?

Not exactly sure right now the monitor I'm using is a 32 inch and I'm not home so I can't check it but I think my desktop resolution is like 1680x1260 something along those lines.
#8Bob121787(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2012 6:20:59 AM
Veliconis posted...
eMachine = instant no.

Who the hell buys those anymore?


For your information now a days emachines is basically an Acer which bought emachines and gateway out and are one of the leading computer sellers today. So its actually a decent machine and considering I spent less then 400 bucks for the computer the video card and the ram I this k its a sweet deal. For anything to rival this set up you would usually be spending 500 or more....
#9VeliconisPosted 5/8/2012 6:26:50 AM

From: Bob121787 | #008
Veliconis posted...
eMachine = instant no.

Who the hell buys those anymore?


For your information now a days emachines is basically an Acer which bought emachines and gateway out and are one of the leading computer sellers today. So its actually a decent machine and considering I spent less then 400 bucks for the computer the video card and the ram I this k its a sweet deal. For anything to rival this set up you would usually be spending 500 or more....


I just looked up the PC and it wouldn't take much to rival that at all. I'm sure for $500 someone could damn near double what you're getting for $340.
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#10Bob121787(Topic Creator)Posted 5/8/2012 6:44:05 AM
Veliconis posted...
From: Bob121787 | #008
Veliconis posted...
eMachine = instant no.

Who the hell buys those anymore?

For your information now a days emachines is basically an Acer which bought emachines and gateway out and are one of the leading computer sellers today. So its actually a decent machine and considering I spent less then 400 bucks for the computer the video card and the ram I this k its a sweet deal. For anything to rival this set up you would usually be spending 500 or more....
I just looked up the PC and it wouldn't take much to rival that at all. I'm sure for $500 someone could damn near double what you're getting for $340.


Maybe if you build the CPU from scratch and get all the bargin parts... Either way doesn't matter to me I asked a simple question don't need trolls. Thanks. Also I don't need double the power I saw someone running skyrim on high full speed with this setup on YouTube so I think it will get the job done.