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Upgrade time.... silver lining: card quality has improved drastically, and prices have come down enough that sub $150 cards will run D3 very well.
Of course if it's a laptop you, need a new one.
Store bought desktop wise, Power supply and video card both likely need upgraded, see pcpartpicker.com for shopping the parts within your budget.
If you have no budget, you are indeed out of luck until then.
Radeon 7770 and a 550+ watt PSU is where I would start, or 550ti if Nvidia fanboy. ;)
Edited by Badfinger#1431 on 5/14/2012 2:41 PM PDT
yes its easy to do yourself. but if you aren't sure how to do it, most computer stores will install the card for you, but it will probably cost you a bit extra.
I have a Radeon 4800 HD and it ran beta just fine ... why AFTER I played Beta is it telling me I can't play the game cause my card isn't supported. ???? I'm not going to upgrade when it can run Beta for weeks just fine but wont run now that the game is out.
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