Hardware and Specs for League of Legends (And Recording/Broadcasting)

Discussion in 'League of Legends Talk' started by GuardianMarkII, May 8, 2017.

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  1. GuardianMarkII

    GuardianMarkII New Member

    I've been playing League of Legends for some time now, and I was wondering, is it time for me to upgrade? This is a question that several of you might have and I'm starting this thread to get some community responses. I am currently (and have been) playing on a Dell Inspiron 15 i5-5600 with 8gb ram with no dedicated GPU. I can play with RazerCore and get EITHER 60fps low quality OR 30fps high quality. I can stream/record with OBS (not recently though) and/or the League Replay Client. If I use the Replay Client I can get high quality/high encoding with a solid 15fps. Should I and what should I upgrade too?
     
  2. adiw98

    adiw98 New Member

    Well, there is nothing wrong with playing on low quality, after the map rework it looks cool anyways. But should you think about upgrading your set, you must definitely buy something with a dedicated GPU. At least that's my opinion :D
     
  3. Khanger

    Khanger Administrator Staff Member

    First, what's your budget? Second, will you be playing anything other than League?
     
  4. BlueJeanBaby

    BlueJeanBaby Member

    A GTX 1050 will do more than fine
     
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