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Valorant Minimum And Recommended Specs On PC

Can you run Valorant on your PC? Here are the specs Riot recommends.


Valorant was designed to run on a variety of PCs, so you don't necessarily need a high-end gaming rig to run it. Riot has released its official system requirements for the upcoming competitive shooter, including the base minimum specs, the recommended specs for a smoother framerate, and high-end requirements for competitive 144+ FPS gaming. Valorant's official launch date was finally announced, but you can still read up on how to get into the Valorant beta and try it early.

Valorant PC Hardware Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • RAM: 4GB
  • VRAM: 1GB

These are the bare minimum hardware requirements you'll need to meet in order to run Valorant at all--as you can see, it isn't very demanding. Keep reading for more detailed system specs in the sections below.

Valorant PC Minimum System Specs

  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400
  • GPU: Intel HD 3000

With this setup, you'll be able to run Valorant at 30 FPS.

Valorant PC Recommended System Specs

  • CPU: Intel i3-4150
  • GPU: Geforce GT 730

With this setup, you'll be able to run Valorant at the recommended 60 FPS.

Valorant PC High-End System Specs

  • CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz
  • GPU: GTX 1050 Ti

With this setup, you'll be able to run Valorant at a smooth 144+ FPS, which is recommended for competitive play.

Riot recently expanded which Valorant streams can drop closed beta invites, so if you're still looking for a code, check out our guide on accessing the Valorant closed beta for everything you need to know. We also have a Valorant ranked system explainer for everything you need to know about competitive ranks and tiers.

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