MGN.vn would like to introduce to you ways to help reduce your ping when playing League of Legends, so that you have an extra second to avoid that Ashe arrow from the center of the map.
League of Legends is definitely an important part of the online gaming community, and most gamers have tried their hand at the title at some stage. Currently entering the 13th season, if you haven’t tried it yet League of Legends There’s no better time than now when season 13 hits the market with tons of new content coming soon.
While pro players or streamers are quite happy with very low ping, most casual gamers are limited to 20+ or more. Here’s how you can lower your ping on Summoner’s Rift, so you have an extra second to dodge arrows Ashe there from the center of the map.
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Unfortunately, the biggest factor that determines your ping is your location, both within and on the server you’re logged into from. For example, players in THAT often have much higher ping levels, as their servers cover a much wider area than yours EUW such as .
However, the easiest and surefire way to reduce your ping on any server worldwide is to switch from Wi-Fi to Ethernet. Running a cable from the Broadband hub to your PC will greatly improve your connection.
There are many other ways to reduce your ping in League of Legends without much technical know-how. These will fix various problems, including slow CPU and internet connection, all of which can affect ping:
– The first solution to high ping is to restart your modem and router. This alone fixes most internet problems players have.
– Update your drivers. Many players for years without updating their drivers and some bugs can increase your ping.
– Close other applications that may reduce your bandwidth, such as Google Chrome, Steam and Battle.net. To check what is taking up bandwidth, press Windows + R icon and type resmon. In the window that opens, look at the B/sec column for a rough idea of what’s hogging your precious bandwidth.
– Turn off all anti-virus software. They are often one of the main culprits when it comes to ping.
– Use Riot’s League of Legends Riot’s Hextech Repair Tool to diagnose your PC.
– Disable any proxy or VPN you are currently using. Although they are advertised as software that can reduce ping, they tend to increase it.
– Change your DNS server in your settings. Navigate to the Network & Internet option in Control Panel and find Adapter Settings and then change the TCP/IPv4 address to 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11.
– Renew your IP address. Open command prompt with Windows Logo + R, then type cmd. Type ‘ipconfig /release’ in the newly opened window to refresh your IP.
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