Can i run LoL on Windows XP

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Better Ban J4

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03-08-2012

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Better Ban J4

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03-08-2012

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Ryuna

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03-08-2012

Yes.


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Stinglock

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03-08-2012

System requirements

Minimum System Requirements

750 MB hard disk space
2 GHz processor
Windows XP or higher
1 GB RAM
Any DirectX 9.0 capable video card

Recommended System Requirements

750 MB hard disk space
Windows XP or higher
3 GHz processor
1 GB RAM
GeForce 8800 or equivalent video card


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Dekorballord

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07-24-2012

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stinglock View Post
System requirements

Minimum System Requirements

750 MB hard disk space
2 GHz processor
Windows XP or higher
1 GB RAM
Any DirectX 9.0 capable video card

Recommended System Requirements

750 MB hard disk space
Windows XP or higher
3 GHz processor
1 GB RAM
GeForce 8800 or equivalent video card
My Windows XP doesn't have NEARLY that much ram, it can run league, just really low fps (7-20)


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YZhiew

Junior Member

05-25-2014

how bout 1.66 GHZ ??


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FreakinUnoriginl

Senior Member

05-25-2014

Most system requirements, when they don't specify a processor family, are being compared to the general performance of a Core2 or Athlon II processor. (In this case, running at 2GHz is considered minimum for League.)

So it'll depend on what kind of processor. A Pentium 4 @ 1.6GHz would definitely be too weak. A Core2 @ 1.6GHz would probably be too weak. Most AMD processors (Athlon, Phenom, Turion, A4, A6) running at that frequency will probably be sluggish, too.

A Core i5 or i7, on the other hand, might be OK even at 1.6GHz.