Install the latest Graphics Card Drivers

If you have a PC that matches the system requirements of the game or is better than them, then you might be getting stuttering in League of Legends because of old drivers or missing drivers. So before getting into any other solution firstly check out if you’ve installed the latest graphics card drivers and not using the integrated graphics.

There are a couple of steps that you need to follow to do that:

  1. Hold down the Windows key and press the 'R' key on your keyboard.
  2. A search box will appear on the screen type "dxdiag" there and press the enter key.
  3. You will find a window displaying all of the information related to your system, operating system, and drivers.
  4. Now head towards the display tab on the top side, and there you will found all of the details regarding your graphics card and monitor.
  5. Check out the driver's there and version and double-check it with the driver's date and version on the manufacturer's website.
  6. If you are using the latest drivers, head towards the next solution; otherwise, download the latest drivers and install them on your computer.
  7. Restart the computer and check if this solution fixed the problem or not.

Disable the Windows Game Mode

Another thing that might be causing the League of Legends stuttering is the game mode of Windows 10, but that’s not just limited to this game only but some other titles too. With most of the Nvidia and AMD graphics cards, we’ve seen users facing these problems. These graphics cards include RX 5700 XT, RX 570, RX 580, and GTX 980, and 1080 Ti. If you are using graphics cards from this list, try this solution as there are chances to fix it.

Fortunately, disabling the game mode in Windows 10 is pretty straightforward, and you don’t need to pass through several steps to do that.

To disable the Windows 10 game mode, follow these steps:

  1. First of all, head towards the Window Search bar at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Type settings there and press enter, and it will take you to the Window 10 settings window.
  3. Now find and click on the Gaming tab there.
  4. There you will see Game Mode toggle it off to disable the feature.
  5. To make the changes affect, reboot the computer.
  6. When restart, check the game if the stuttering get fixed or not.

Chances that it will be fixed the problem but don’t worry, we are still here for you with some other solutions.