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i been trying to find the rating of my laptop for this game and wasn't sure i think its able to play it. just got it still need few updates before i download this game but would like to know what people think first.
2.2GHz Intel Core i7-2670QM Processor; 6MB Intel Smart Cache
8GB system memory
750GB hard disk drive 12,000 rpm
17.3" HD+ display
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
Nvidia GT 610M graphics with 1GB of dedicated video memory
For sure the processor isn't an issue
i did check diablo 3 video card support but didn't see my video card listed
Is this Nvidia GT 610M on to high or low or unsupported list ? can someone please help me out :) because i just got this laptop for work and gaming and i thought it would be a good addition. thank you
what setting should i put it exactly ? it does have little delay on start up of game so i did put it on low works better but should i do anything else ?
what should i do next
this is what i can do
Edited by Dre#1586 on 1/21/2013 9:31 PM PST
Mobile graphic cards are week in general even if you get one that is designed for gaming. By mobile I am referring to laptop video cards. My laptop has a Radoen HD 5870 1GB and I still need to turn all game settings to the lowest in order to maintain 60FPS when the screen is full of action. The non mobile version of this card is comparable to the gtx 460 1GB and is supposed to be able to run d3 at max settings in 1920x1080. Mobile cards just plain suck especially if you have one that is not designed for gaming like yours. FYI, 99% of mobile cards cannot be upgraded.
Yes i already know about mobile graphic card and yet they aren't as bad! i know mine was actually built for gaming but at its time! now it isn't built for Diablo 3 secondly i don't get to much lag with 2X 256GB Solid State Drive that i upgraded to my asus laptop which runs way better for gaming and my work. with this laptop it has two graphic card intel R HD4000 and Geforce 610M only for gaming. so it pretty good laptop just not for Diablo 3 at full or settings i have tried it on Medium settings pretty good just little lag from the video card but on low settings i get lag probably on start up of the game then after it stops and once a blue moon i do get little lag! but yet no one answered my question what settings should i run on low? i want a good low settings so i can stop thinking about whats the best settings to put it at! here is the reason why i posted pictures can someone let me know what should i change on the pictures i posted? so i can change them or do i have them correct? ty
And one more thing since i changed to Solid state hard drive game been running way better! lucky for me my laptop can take up to 2 hard drives :D 512 gb which is good enough for me but i don't know why i had to change to it but it seems 7200 rpm isn't good enough lately lol
i got this laptop for one use only! play D3 when i am not home example work or out of the country which i am allot
at home i am running
Full Built Gaming Desktop
2x AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz
Solid Sate hard drive X4 256gb
built and upgrade every year :) but please answer my question if someone knows what exactly i should put the settings at with this video card i got
the card in the pc is no different, my 610 lags out all the time.....set the fps to below 30, and remove all the effects....that helps....
Makes me wonder though that the mfg and the game companies haven't figured out that the world is leaving them behind....the whole industry is changing to the low powered tablet crap, as it always gravitates to the latest place on the scale, we as gamers will slowly have to spend more and more to get power.....
You'd think they would cater to us a little, but no.....
They'll find out when they're looking for work in a few years......you piss people off and they move on....
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