Valorant Minimum Specs

Can your PC run Valorant? Learn the Minimum specs, as well as the recommended and high end requirements.

Good news for the potato pc players of the world, because with Valorant, Riot has aimed to produce a game that runs smoothly even on lower end pcs. As such, the Valorant minimum specs are impressively light. There’s every chance you’ll be able to run Valorant, but in case you’re unsure, check the minimum specs listed below.

Valorant Minimum Specs

Valorant minimum specs
 
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Riot Games described Valorant as supporting a “wide variety of PC hardware,” which means that you should be able to get it going even on a weaker PC, though obviously rocking a powerful gaming machine will result in a much higher framerate. Here are the minimum specs for reaching 30fps, the recommended specs to hit a solid 60fps, and the ideal specs to reach 144 fps or higher. You’ll definitely want the latter for a competitive game like Valorant, but you'll also need a 144Hz monitor to make the most of it.

Minimum Specs (30 FPS)

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel i3-370M
  • GPU: Intel HD 3000 
  • RAM: 4 GB

Recommended Specs (60 FPS)

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel i3-4150
  • GPU: GeForce GT 730
  • RAM: 4 GB

High specs (144+ FPS)

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz
  • GPU: GTX 1050 Ti
  • RAM: 4 GB

Those are the Valorant minimum specs, as well as the recommended and high-end specs that’ll have the game running much more smoothly. Valorant is a generous game that isn’t very demanding at all, so don’t be afraid to hop into the closed beta and give it a try! If you want to compete seriously, you’ll definitely need to aim for at least a solid 60 FPS, as running at 30 will put you at a notable disadvantage against most players. Visit our game hub by clicking here for more guides such as all weapon and armor stats or how to convert your sensitivity from CS:GO.

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