Can This Run League Of Legends?

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WizzadDeBz

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02-03-2014

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There haven't been too many reports that talk about FPS drops, but take a look at the Wrenchman's FPS Guide. It may help out, even if you were experiencing better FPS before the patch.
http://forums.na.leagueoflegends.com...php?p=24115467

If that doesn't work, I recommend you delete your game.cfg. Sometimes it gets corrupted and causes fps issues. NOTE: This will reset your in-game settings. You can find it here:
C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\Config\game.cfg

If that still doesn't work, go ahead and send in a support ticket at:
https://support.leagueoflegends.com/...s_requests/new

And be sure to attach a Dxdiag:
https://support.leagueoflegends.com/...hat-is-DxDiag-

And the r3d logs from the games you experienced this fps drop in:
https://support.leagueoflegends.com/...gends-Logs#r3d
Eliv-sama this is why you are the hero GD needs and deserves. Also my favorite pirate.


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LVNsNASmurf

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02-03-2014

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Everything is solid on it, except the graphics card. It's on the weak side. It would still run League but it would probably be around 40~ FPS at medium settings due to the limited GPU.

And it wouldn't be able to run more graphically intense game.
Well, we have data to back that up.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...mark,3484.html

A 6450 will average 50fps on 1080p at low details and 35fps at high details.

To the OP, don't bother buying a computer unless you assemble your own, its not hard at all.

Oh, and people decrying multimonitor gaming? A 7750 will run lol at max settings at 60fps at a resolution of 5760 by 1080. Thats how little graphical power this game needs.


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Aerothal

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02-03-2014

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Everything is solid on it, except the graphics card. It's on the weak side. It would still run League but it would probably be around 40~ FPS at medium settings due to the limited GPU.

And it wouldn't be able to run more graphically intense game.
how can you even say that?
In the specs this computer doesnt show anything about the actual hardware.
for all you know the internal wattage of the PSU could be geared exactly to the current system need and as soon as you throw a new card in, you also need a new PSU.
It doesnt show ram clock, it doesnt tell you about the hdd brand, you dont know the mobo's limitations.
Dont throw out recommendations if you lack the base knowledge.


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R3volver

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02-03-2014

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Well, we have data to back that up.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...mark,3484.html

A 6450 will average 50fps on 1080p at low details and 35fps at high details.

To the OP, don't bother buying a computer unless you assemble your own, its not hard at all.

Oh, and people decrying multimonitor gaming? A 7750 will run lol at max settings at 60fps at a resolution of 5760 by 1080. Thats how little graphical power this game needs.
can confirm.


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Eliv

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02-03-2014
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how can you even say that?
In the specs this computer doesnt show anything about the actual hardware.
for all you know the internal wattage of the PSU could be geared exactly to the current system need and as soon as you throw a new card in, you also need a new PSU.
It doesnt show ram clock, it doesnt tell you about the hdd brand, you dont know the mobo's limitations.
Dont throw out reccomendations if you lack the base knowledge.
It is very possible that the PSU is on the low side, but I answered the question as presented and gave my opinion on the hardware. Though, I've tested this exact configuration in other games (excluding the motherboard) and had fairly good success. My opinions are supported by personal experience and hardware knowledge.


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Aerothal

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02-03-2014

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It is very possible that the PSU is on the low side, but I answered the question as presented and gave my opinion on the hardware. Though, I've tested this exact configuration in other games (excluding the motherboard) and had fairly good success. My opinions are supported by personal experience and hardware knowledge.
ok, i might have been a little harsh there. my apologies.
I just really had bad experiences with builds like this.
I personally would stay away from this as one can build a better machine for the same money than this one costs, with the positive side effect of future upgradeability and quality components.
no hard feelings pls!


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ADCisMyReligion

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02-03-2014

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Well, we have data to back that up.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...mark,3484.html

A 6450 will average 50fps on 1080p at low details and 35fps at high details.

To the OP, don't bother buying a computer unless you assemble your own, its not hard at all.

Oh, and people decrying multimonitor gaming? A 7750 will run lol at max settings at 60fps at a resolution of 5760 by 1080. Thats how little graphical power this game needs.
Multi monitor gaming means 3 or more monitors because people don't game across two monitors it's virtually impossible. I highly doubt that you'd have someone setting up 3 screens on a single 7750.


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Eliv

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02-03-2014
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ok, i might have been a little harsh there. my apologies.
I just really had bad experiences with builds like this.
I personally would stay away from this as one can build a better machine for the same money than this one costs, with the positive side effect of future upgradeability and quality components.
no hard feelings pls!
No worries! I hope I didn't come off as too defensive. And I agree, I would much rather build a PC then get a premade anyday. You can do tons more, but I'm going off the assumption that the OP isn't incredibly tech savvy as well.

Building PCs is one of my favorite things to do. And no hard feelings


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Rawr P Cat Smurf

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02-03-2014

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Multi monitor gaming means 3 or more monitors because people don't game across two monitors it's virtually impossible. I highly doubt that you'd have someone setting up 3 screens on a single 7750.
Question, Why do people game on multiple monitors when they can get one big one? To bend the screen for gun games?


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LVNsNASmurf

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02-03-2014

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Multi monitor gaming means 3 or more monitors because people don't game across two monitors it's virtually impossible. I highly doubt that you'd have someone setting up 3 screens on a single 7750.
Actually, my media PC does it. I've got 3 40" tv' screens hooked up to one 7750. It's amazing what you can do with some electrical engineering knowledge and cheap chinese tvs.