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Hello,

I'm having some trouble with the FPS I'm getting in League of Legends with a 560 Ti. I measured it with fraps as per this article and I got ~80 FPS minimum and ~90 FPS average. But as seen here and here, I should be getting a lot more.

My CPU is just a Phenom II X4 955, but as seen here, the CPU shouldn't matter much. Other things I've tried: installing the latest drivers, disabling Cool'n'Quiet, disabling Link State Power Management and enabling graphics optimizations at the graphics driver level. Any other ideas?

I would like to know the FPS other people are getting in these conditions with similar hardware, so I can determine if it's a problem with my rig or something else entirely.

Thanks in advance.
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Hello,

I'm having some trouble with the FPS I'm getting in League of Legends with a 560 Ti. I measured it with fraps as per this article and I got ~80 FPS minimum and ~90 FPS average. But as seen here and here, I should be getting a lot more.

My CPU is just a Phenom II X4 955, but as seen here, the CPU shouldn't matter much. Other things I've tried: installing the latest drivers, disabling Cool'n'Quiet, disabling Link State Power Management and enabling graphics optimizations at the graphics driver level. Any other ideas?

I would like to know the FPS other people are getting in these conditions with similar hardware, so I can determine if it's a problem with my rig or something else entirely.

Thanks in advance.

what are the settings youre using and what resolution?

also did you mean 560ti or 650ti?
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I'm using the same configuration they're using in the articles I linked: 1920x1080 resolution and everything "very high" in the settings. I'm using the 560 Ti which should be slightly faster than a 650 Ti, a 260X or a 7770, all of which are shown to be producing more FPS than my rig in the articles.

My current theory is that I'm getting less FPS than the configuration in the TH article because LoL has been through a few graphics patches, including introducing AA, since it was written, and less than the configuration in the TS article due to the CPU. I would still like confirmation in the way of benchmarks of similar rigs though.
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It's really quite difficult to compare rigs with online games ... too many variables. Plus, there's bound to be large differences in FPS depending on what area you're in. Some areas/situations may be totally GPU-dependent, and others may be much more CPU-bound. There can also be an impact depending on number of players nearby, your internet speed/ping, stuff like that.

IOW, I doubt there's actually anything 'wrong' with your system.

Lastly, I would set everything in the NVCP to 'default' settings, personally, and only make changes within the game. Sometimes the 'optimizations' you can set in the control panel are anything but.
    
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LoL is very cpu dependent in the toms review the used and ivy i5, which is why your frames are a lot lower (think diffecence between Intel and AMDin Skyrim but less extreme).
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It's really quite difficult to compare rigs with online games ... too many variables. Plus, there's bound to be large differences in FPS depending on what area you're in. Some areas/situations may be totally GPU-dependent, and others may be much more CPU-bound. There can also be an impact depending on number of players nearby, your internet speed/ping, stuff like that.

IOW, I doubt there's actually anything 'wrong' with your system.

Lastly, I would set everything in the NVCP to 'default' settings, personally, and only make changes within the game. Sometimes the 'optimizations' you can set in the control panel are anything but.

I agree, online games are difficult to benchmark. But since only bots are involved in these benchmarks, I think the difference in FPS shouldn't be so high. It's true though, I can't know the exact method the sites I linked used. I assumed it was a 5v5 bot match for TH and a 4v4 bot match for TS, starting fraps at the 2 minute mark, based on their test system description. As for the NVCP settings, I tried both the default configuration and the "optimized" one. It didn't make much difference.
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LoL is very cpu dependent in the toms review the used and ivy i5, which is why your frames are a lot lower (think diffecence between Intel and AMDin Skyrim but less extreme).

The last TH article I linked shows that the CPU shouldn't make much difference. However, like I mentioned in my last post, maybe the difference is due to the patches that were released since that article was written. The TS article is more recent, but they only use a modern Intel CPU with the discrete GPUs.
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