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High bandwidth and low ping to servers but lots of rubberbanding

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Solice93

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Hey all, here's my problem: I'm in a building with amazingly high wifi bandwidth (up to 32MB/s down and nearly that much up), I also have very low ping (~52ms - ~100ms) with all of the servers I connect to in all of my online games, but for some reason I'm experiencing bad rubberbanding every so often. I sometimes takes up to 10 seconds for the game to resync properly. Now I have noticed on some games that offer it, the ping will go from ~52ms to upwards of 370ms for seemingly no reason. I also noticed today as I was downloading Doom 2016 that the internet would lower in signal strength and then just drop out. I thought that maybe I was the culprit, so I lowered the limit to 13MB/s and I still have the same problem. 

 

I was having this issue before, and so I thought that maybe updating the OS and the network drivers would fix it. No dice. It honestly sounds like a router issue which I am not in control of, but if there is anything I can do on my end to fix it, I would like to explore those options.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

 

EDIT: I forgot to mention that I am suffering no detectable packet loss as far as the in-game tools can see.


Edited by Solice93, 16 March 2022 - 09:07 PM.

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In this video, i will show you how to disable Nagle’s algorithm to optimize multiplayer network games in Windows 10 and Windows 11.

 

Thank you very much. It seems to have helped a lot. 

 

Do you know what advanced settings I can change on my Wi-Fi adapter to give it better performance as well?


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