If I buy this, will it run D3 on high setting

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Hi folks,

I am looking for some insight on this product:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.864947

Will it run D3 on medium to max graphics settings?

I greatly appreciate any serious help.
It will run it just not very well. the main thing letting you down is the graphics card. the rest is fine. so maybe looking into throwing a bit more money into that and you should run it on high. i have a gtx470 and its all on high and its smooth. the rest of my pc is similar.
FX-8120 is a poor CPU.
I wouldn't buy that combo.

If you are going to build your own, check out this guide:
http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/4850585139
It actually is a poor cpu. Even the 8150 is outdone in most all games by the i3 2100 and the i3 is about $80 cheaper. The fact that this cpu is outdone by a hyper threaded dual core says a lot about the architecture used in the design.

There are not many applications where the fx pulls ahead and it is just not worth the money. I used to prefer AMD myself but they have completely lost their footing in the cpu market. So many core do not have many situations where it helps especially in everyday computing tasks.

here is a bench to show alot of non gaming applications and if you think $80 is worth it go ahead. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/434?vs=289


It actually is a poor cpu. Even the 8150 is outdone in most all games by the i3 2100 and the i3 is about $80 cheaper. The fact that this cpu is outdone by a hyper threaded dual core says a lot about the architecture used in the design.

There are not many applications where the fx pulls ahead and it is just not worth the money. I used to prefer AMD myself but they have completely lost their footing in the cpu market. So many core do not have many situations where it helps especially in everyday computing tasks.

here is a bench to show alot of non gaming applications and if you think $80 is worth it go ahead. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/434?vs=289


Completely agree with this post. Go with Intel at this time. AMD has lost its way for the moment.

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