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  Reply # 1144782 1-Oct-2014 12:15
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Also having issues mainly with latency for online games.

ADSL and unlimited plan so it is shaped but I didn't start getting large ping spikes till that whole DNS issue happened.
Used to be constant 70-80ping on League (LoL) and now it randomly spikes to 200-500ping quite frequently and for a few minutes at a time

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  Reply # 1144800 1-Oct-2014 12:50
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shiroshadows: Also having issues mainly with latency for online games.

ADSL and unlimited plan so it is shaped but I didn't start getting large ping spikes till that whole DNS issue happened.
Used to be constant 70-80ping on League (LoL) and now it randomly spikes to 200-500ping quite frequently and for a few minutes at a time


You're using WiFi, ain't you?




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  Reply # 1144824 1-Oct-2014 13:53
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michaelmurfy:

You're using WiFi, ain't you?


haha using WiFi for online gaming... I shudder at the thought. I ran a 15m ethernet cable under my house I was that adamant I wouldn't use Wifi
Even then I very very rarely had any lag beforehand even when on the unlimited plan

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