Tips Against lag spikes

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#1

Hey basically every time I die I die caus of a lag spike :sob:
My pin is randomly jumping from 35ms to 300+ ms all the time.
I have a great notebook and i play with the lowest grafic options possible. :sweat_smile:
Does anyone have a tip for me ? :relaxed::pensive:


#2

Sorry no idea, cant help you :thinking::sleepy:


#3

I don’t have problems like this…


#4

:pensive:


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#6

Is your ping jumping or your fps? Is your fps steady?


#8

Only my ping is jumping my fps is steady


#9

Put graphic to low And remove particles And shadow, etc
if it dont work then buy new laptop lol


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#17

thank u paul, but ive already tried most of the tips in that post.
I really have a good notebook, there is no difference weither i play on lowest or on highest grafic options possible. My fps is 60 all the time only my ping is jumping hard. :pensive:


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#19

In that case, it is not your performance of your setup, so reducing visuals won’t impact it.

I can tell it is also not our servers, as we monitor our servers and don’t see any increase in pings or other delays.

It is also not a bad sync issue, as in that case your ping would be constant.

Unfortunately, it is your local network. Maybe you are on wifi. Maybe you share the internet with someone in your house who streams a lot. Maybe your network provider over provisioned its connection to you. I don’t know how to help you with that :frowning:


#20

thank u very much :relaxed:
Yeah im on wifi do u think a network adapter could help?


#21

in general, yes. It is a good first step to figure out if it is your wifi or not. But it migh not solve it though, it might also be your router, or overprovisioning of your network…


#22

Okay I see… Lets see if i can manage to fix it some how.
Thank u very much for narrowing down my problem :relaxed: