Freeze after closing valorant

Vyn 0 Reputation points
2024-04-26T18:21:11.4966667+00:00

so when i played valorant for 1 match and closed it, its fine, but when i played more than 2 games, it always freeze my pc, i cant click anything, cant press anything, i have to force shutdown my pc with the power button, any solution please answer, i just bought this pc 2 weeks ago, i dont want it to break bcs of valorant

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  1. S.Sengupta 15,601 Reputation points MVP
    2024-04-27T01:13:49.9+00:00
    1. Update graphic card driver. Visit the website of the manufacturer to download and install the latest driver.
    2. Close all the background applications.
    3. You may repair or reinstall Valorant.

  2. Hania Lian 8,386 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-04-30T03:42:54.5+00:00

    Hello

    It seems like your PC might be struggling with system resources when running Valorant for extended periods. Here are a few things you might want to check:

    1. The minimum and recommended system requirements for Valorant can be found on the Riot Games Valorant page. Make sure your PC meets at least the minimum requirements to run the game.

    2.You have said driver has been updated, if get it from the latest version from the official manufacturer’s (Nvidia, AMD, Intel) website. Also I consider that BIOS and chipest could be updated.

    1. Change In-Game Settings: Try lowering the graphics settings in Valorant. High graphics settings can put strain on your system.
    2. Monitor Resource Usage: You can use Task Manager (press Ctrl + Shift + Esc) to monitor system resource usage when you’re playing. If you’re using up most of your CPU, GPU or RAM while gaming, you might need to upgrade your hardware.

    Best Regards,

    Hania Lian

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