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Help me pick a laptop for playing League of Legends

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Nikonikolajniko, Feb 25, 2020.

  1. Nikonikolajniko

    Nikonikolajniko Thread Starter

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    Hi, everyone. So after a long time consideration i have decided to unplug my ps4 and buy myself a laptop for gaming purposes, solely for playing LoL (League of Legends). But I have no clue when it comes to computer hardware. However I have read that the recommended system requirements for running this game is as following:

    Recommended system requirements:
    • 3 GHz single core processor
    • 2 GB of RAM (4 GB for Windows Vista or newer)
    • 12 GB available hard disk space
    • Graphics card with 512MB or higher VRAM and supports DirectX 9.0c

    The laptop that I consider to buy:

    • Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 3200U (2C / 4T, 2.6 / 3.5GHz, 1MB L2 / 4MB L3)
    • Memory: 8GB DIMM DDR4-2400
    • Storage: 128GB SSD M.2 2242 PCIe 3.0x2 NVMe
    • Graphics: Integrated AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics
    • Operating System: Windows 10 Home

    So my question goes. Does the laptop that I am about to buy good enough to meet the requirements or how does it place?

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. Nikonikolajniko

    Nikonikolajniko Thread Starter

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    Might be relevant but forgot to mention the laptop I am considering is a: Lenovo ideapad s145
     
  3. lochlomonder

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    These specs should be good enough to run the game. I would recommend, however, you purchase a larger NVMe drive. 128GB is rather anaemic these days.
     
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