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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 25218 15-Aug-2008 11:53
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Hi All

As a serious and dedicated gamer Im concerned with amount of Lag on xbox live.
I mostly play Halo2 where half a second is the difference between life and death.

I have a telecom broadband connection with a 10gig limit, but im pretty sure it all comes down to ping time?

Can anyone tell me how to improve my situation?
Is it a matter of connecting to a NZ server?
If so how or is there a more appropriate connection I should be looking at?

Many Thanks

[Moderator edit (MF): moved to the Telecom forum]

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 157277 15-Aug-2008 19:05
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Hey man, i play call of duty 4 heaps and i find it helps quite a bit to unplug the headset as i guess this frees up a bit of space? also obviously playu=ing a game with more kiwis and aussies speeds it up alot. but other than that i have the same problem, don't know what else to do about t.

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