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    [GUIDE] HIGHER FPS League of Legends [LoL]


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    Thought I should give you guys a tip that will give you better performance in LoL.



    Open up the menu while in game (esc) then go to video settings.
    • First, make sure you have Vertical Sync unchecked.
    • Then set your Frame Rate Cap to Benchmark or High.
      (use the one that gives you the most fps. Both options will give you higher fps then the stock option Stable )



    You can see your FPS meter in the upper right corner.



    You should always aim for an FPS over 30FPS - Make sure you don't get to much fps drop in intensive teamfights.
    60FPS + is great!

    I will continue on this guide later


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    Last edited by MeoX; 04-29-2012 at 12:16 PM.

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    Set the Framerate cap to Benchmark. Enjoy 921382792987315FPS ingame.
    Hope this helps in 1 sentence.

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    Why would you uncheck V.Sync? Generally, it makes no difference.. vertical sync just syncs your FPS to be, at a maximum, the max frame rate of your monitor, so rendering is only done 1/Nms (where N is the max refresh rate of your monitor). Turning that off means it's executed every game loop update which makes load on the graphics card pretty high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neglected View Post
    Why would you uncheck V.Sync? Generally, it makes no difference.. vertical sync just syncs your FPS to be, at a maximum, the max frame rate of your monitor, so rendering is only done 1/Nms (where N is the max refresh rate of your monitor). Turning that off means it's executed every game loop update which makes load on the graphics card pretty high.
    The only time you need V-sync is if you get screen tearing or if you allready have an stable 60+FPS with everything maxed out.... V-sync will decrease your FPS alot and as you said will limit the fps to the update frequency of your monitor.

    By disabling V-sync you will get a really good FPS increase.

    A quick example:
    I could only play LoL on very low/shadow off with around 25fps while having v-sync on.
    After turning it off I could play at all medium settings with around 45fps.
    Last edited by MeoX; 04-29-2012 at 12:19 PM.

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    i currently got 70 fps with it on but i'll see how it is without it enabled

 

 

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