~97 FPS in League of Legends with a GTX 1080

George_Florian

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As the tittle says, I have around 90-100 FPS in LoL ! How the hell did that happen ? I used to have 300 fps and for the past few months the fps kept dropping.

GPU: GeForce® GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8G
CPU: i7 7700K OC to 4.8 GHz (delidded)

WTH ???!!!
 

ixenroh

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Hello

Currently, in the new patch, there is a performance issue
that needs a hot fix. A lot of players are experiencing this though
it is not certain what is causing it.

Riot recommends you turn off V-Sync and limit your frames to 60FPS
And under 'Game' in settings, find Gameplay, and disable Predict movement or something like that.

It helped me a bit, but not entirely. It's at least better. Need to wait for patch
 

George_Florian

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My drivers are all up to date. I've done a clean installation of Windows 10.
The problem isn't dust ! This PC is cleaned every week. As a matter of fact, yesterday, I've mounted the Kraken X62 and I cleaned the PC again. I have no other problems. Every game except League of Legends plays perfectly.
 

ixenroh

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Sep 10, 2016
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Hello

Currently, in the new patch, there is a performance issue
that needs a hot fix. A lot of players are experiencing this though
it is not certain what is causing it.

Riot recommends you turn off V-Sync and limit your frames to 60FPS
And under 'Game' in settings, find Gameplay, and disable Predict movement or something like that.

It helped me a bit, but not entirely. It's at least better. Need to wait for patch
 
Nov 23, 2018
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I've managed to go from around 100fps to 300+ by going into Nvidia control panel>Manage 3D settings>DSR-Factors and change this to 1.78x.
 

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