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    1. J0ul3k

      J0ul3k New Member

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      Hey all,

      I want to configure a new Pc for Running 12 Sessions of diablo 3 smoothly... Anybody has advises for me? I have 1500? for this setup.

      Thx in advance.
       
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      CPU 6-8 cores 3Ghz+
      MB - mostly no matter
      VIDEO - 3Gb VRAM (Chip/SLI/CF - no matter)
      RAM - 24Gb+
      HDD - depends of sytem setup (SandBox - 15Gb for all D3 or ~120Gb for 12 D3) At any case SSD Raid prefer.
       
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    3. Epics

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      I would go with a 6 core 3Ghz+
      MB - Compatible with your 6core!
      Video - 2-4GB dedicated ram, doesn't really matter what as long as it is supported by D3. I'd recommend cross-firing NVIDIA cards.
      RAM - Seeing as my three bots are using 5g, you'd need at least 20GB. I'd say 24GB would be a safe spot, and you'd definitely want triple channel.
      PSU - Depends on what CPU you get.

      Hope this helps,
      Austin
       
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      The most important thing is going to be RAM. You'll want low latency high bandwidth RAM. that many copies of diablo is going to slow your RAM down like a hard drive.
       
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      I'm thinking if he got a SSD it would be pretty beneficial. 8GB of ram, 12 clients (if he uses the multiple folders method, if not then really no big deal at all!) 12x8 = 96GB SSD

      Might want to invest in a SSD :)
       
    6. J0ul3k

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      ok thanks for ur suggestions!
       

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