Will my laptop be able to run D3?

  1. AMD A8-3510MX APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics (4CPUs) 1.8GHz
    8gb ram
    video card: AMD Radeon(TM) HD 6620G

    is my laptop any good for d3?

    User Info: yumepot

    yumepot - 4 years ago

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  1. Well I guess it should. Of course laptops are different from desktop PCs, in my case I'm playing it in a desktop PC with an Athlon 64 X2 2.61GHz, 2GB ram and an HD Radeon 4670 (512mb), and it works perfect with almost everything on high. I don't think it has such a huge requirements as some people may think, but well it's hard to say with laptops.

    User Info: Shaman_king_yoh

    Shaman_king_yoh - 4 years ago 0 0
  2. For comparison, I'm running a laptop with Intel Dual Pentium with Mobile Intel 4 Series graphics card (unsupported), Windows Vista, 2.17 GHz, 2 GB RAM.

    I had a difficult time getting D3 to run using my existing graphics card. I had to change some of the D3 setup files to accept this video card (there are instructions on how to do this online). Once I did get D3 to load, I found that I had to open up Task Manager and disable almost all my active processes (under the 'Processes' tab) to get it to run somewhat ok, but it still runs slow and the lag can get terrible. I am running it over cable internet, which has proven to have great upload/download speeds in this area, but the game still runs slow as all hell. Not much option for upgrading some laptops as all the components are fused together, ie, you have to replace many of the components if you want to replace anything. At some point, it's just cheaper to buy a new desktop computer.

    User Info: Mythranil

    Mythranil - 4 years ago 0 0
  3. Refer to us.battle.net/support/en/article/diablo-iii-system-requirements or the forums or before long this section will be flooded with everyone asking the same question.

    User Info: mtrunks

    mtrunks - 4 years ago 0 0
  4. www.canyourunit.com You will download a small file onto your computer, which will take your system diagnostics, and show you where you fall on the scale for running the game. You can do this with multiple games. Very helpful for learning about a game BEFORE you end up buying it.

    User Info: MartyrPayens

    MartyrPayens - 4 years ago 0 0

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