I'm running a EVGA GTX 560TI GeFrorce and it runs all on max settings. I can play all games with Max settings but then again it's not just the videocard. I've got 8 gigs of Ram and a 3.3 mhz processor. But the video card cost me 200$ at the store I got it at. Look around it's a great card and not over priced.
No, its just the video card. Your ram and 3.3ghz processor means nothing. This game can be maxed with an old core 2 duo and only needs enough ram to run the game (<1gig). Video card is everything, but its not like this game has high requirements. This game could be maxed by my old 2007 PC with an 8800 ultra and a q6600 core 2 quad.
Probably the 8800gt is the cheapest video card that would max diablo 3 but honestly I am not sure. Thats cards probably like less than $50 now I would imagine.
A word of advice. Its better to spend a little extra money and get something that will last you a while. I recommend something in the geforce 500 series or above. The 550 series seems like a pretty good value. The 560ti is quite a bit better still and will give you great performance in modern games. Anything faster than that is not worth it unless you are planning on a cpu and ram upgrade as well.
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[QUOTE="davek1979"][QUOTE="MickeyTheNinja"]How about a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M? MickeyTheNinjaI like your sense of humour. Not using a sense of humor. I was asking a damn question. By asking this kind of a damn question you showed a sense of humour I like. :-) 9400M will not get you anywhere these days. Add a few more bucks and get at least a 260 or something.