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It uses Intel HD 3000 (all Sandy Bridge processors do), which isn't good for Diablo 3. I know it's not a Windows machine, but my Mac Air with Intel HD 4000 can run the game at 800x600 with all settings lowest, and framerate throttled to 35fps with little stuttering.
When my old graphics card died, I plugged my monitor into my mobo's onboard graphics and D3 wouldn't even start, said "GPU not supported" or something. It was an EVGA so I could have got a new one for free. This was right before Christmas. Wouldn't get the replacement til after new years. All that time off work, no D3. Chang says "F%^& THAT." Hops in car, drives to MicroCenter, buys new graphics card.
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