The Best hardware setup for StarCraft 2

The StarCraft II is available! Now what graphics cards should I buy? What about CPU?…The guys from TechSpot play the SC2 on dozens of different PC setups to reveal the answer of this existential question.

As you might be suppose, the new Blizzard’s popular real-time strategy is able to run on average machines, they always make a well optimized games, but if you want everything to be on “ultra high”, then the questions begin to pop up, Which one, How much, is it better than the other one, is it worth…

StarCraft 2

Look what they say:

“Gamers have little to fear on the GPU front as this is not a game that challenges the latest graphics cards. We found that even older, previous generation cards such as the GeForce GTX 260 and even the Radeon HD 4870 are good enough to tackle the most demanding aspects of this game.”

But better check the whole info and the results TechSpot


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