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6-10-2009 @ 11:52AM
Blizzard has a fantastic history for making games work well even on older hardware (at time of release). I can vouch for the processor bearing more of the load (for the graphics) than some other games that shift more of that load to the GPU. I can run at perfectly reasonable fps with the settings way up, and my PC is 5 years old with a mediocre video card by today's standards (Radeon X1600) and really powerful albeit single-core processor (HT P4 Extreme 3.8ghz ), only 2GB RAM in it. I do choose to turn the graphic detail down for a performance gain, but it's perfectly playable on high (not max).
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