StarCraft II Put To The Test On Dozens of CPUs, GPUsS

If, like me, you're playing StarCraft II on a Mac, you've little choice in the hardware on which you'll play it. But if you're in the market for a new PC, you may want to make it a StarCraft-playing beast.

Fortunately for you, TechSpot has put the recently released StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty through its paces, determining which video cards and CPUs handle ultra high quality graphics at ultra high resolutions best. Don't know your GeForce GTX 260s from your GeForce GTX 480s? Brush up!

The good news is that it doesn't appear that you'll need to spend much to get the most out of StarCraft II, which won't tax your octo-core CPU set up as much as you think it might.

If you're cool with your current Windows PC, let us know what your specs are.

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty GPU & CPU Performance [TechSpot]