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#108009 23-Aug-2012 12:28
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Hi,

So since getting connected with Compass ive had the oddest problem, When i play battlefield 3 my ping displays at around 8ms which is quite good, however, the whole game seems to be in slow motion which pretty makes it unplayable?

It's like they are shaping the traffic or something? i really don't understand whats going on, i played bf3 quite a bit on xnet and never had any problems.

anyone else experienced this or know why it would do this?

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  #676389 24-Aug-2012 12:57
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Probably your PC isn't quite right. 8ms is pretty good. Unless you have some serious jitter problems.

Post your specs of the computer, that will help.



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  #677550 27-Aug-2012 12:15
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hey sorted this one out myself seemed to be a driver error - plays ok now - 8ms is good i agree so well done compass for that...no issues so far since ive been connected.

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