Out of video memory in Valorant? Do not worry. Even though it is very annoying, you are definitely not the only one to experience this issue. A lot of players have recently reported the very same issue. The most important thing is you should be able to solve it pretty easily by trying these methods.
Here is a list of methods that have fixed the issue for the other Valorant players. You do not need to try them all. You can just work your way through the list until you find the one that works best for you.
Method 1: Check if your PC meets the system requirements for Valorant
The problem may occur if your Pc fails to meet the minimum system requirements for Valorant. Here is the list the system requirements for Valorant:
• Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit)
• 4GB RAM
• 1GB VRAM
Minimum (30 fps):
• CPU: Intel i3-370M
• GPU: Intel HD 3000
Recommended (60 fps):
• CPU: Intel i3-4150
• GPU: GeForce GT 730
High-end (144+ fps)
• CPU: Intel i5 4460 (3.2GHz)
• GPU: GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
Method 2: Update your graphics driver
An outdated or corrupted graphics driver are also able to trigger the out of video memory error. If your PC meets the system requirements for Valorant but this error persists, you have to update your graphics driver in order to see if you are able to fix the issue.
There are two ways to get the right drivers for your graphics cards. The first one is manual driver update. You are able to update your graphics drivers manually by going to the website of the manufacturer for your graphics card, and looking for the most recent correct driver. Make sure to select only drivers that are compatible with your Windows version. The second one is automatic driver update. For those who do not have the time, patience or computer skills to update the video and monitor drivers manually, you can, instead, update it automatically with the thing called Driver Easy.
Method 3: Modify your graphics and settings
If this issue re-appears after you update your graphics driver to the newest version, try modifying your graphics card settings to see if you are able to solve the error. To do it, you need to modify NVIDIA graphics card settings, modify AMD graphics card settings, and modify Intel graphics card settings.
Method 4: Reinstall Valorant and install the latest game patch
If no one of the above methods resolves the error, you are encouraged to try reinstalling Valorant and installing the newest game patch.
If re-installing and installing the latest game patch also don’t help you, it is better for you to contact the representative of the game called Valorant or the representative of Riot Games. The contact is able to be found on the official website of Riot Games. Another thing that you can try is to visit the community of Valorant and seek help from the members of the community.