Windows 10: CSGO lag issues
CSGO lag issues
First off, let me say that this problem may not be Windows 10 exclusive, but it happened to me in Windows 10 (I haven't tried in Windows 7 yet), and that is the reason I am making my post here.
I've been running the Windows 10 Technical Preview for about a week on build 10130. My problem started two days ago, when playing a competitive match on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. My ping will be low (under 50 most of the time) and then randomly jump up to the 200 range for no reason (it stays at 200 for barely a second, but is still very distracting). This problem has occurred on every server I have played on since that day (community and Valve official).
(I made it terrible quality for a smaller filesize, therefore becoming a faster upload)
Things I've tried:
Restarting my PC
Restarting my router
Connecting over WiFi
Connecting over Ethernet
Resetting my router
Resetting my network adapter settings
Has this/does this happen to anyone else, and does anyone know of a fix (I've tried google, but nothing I found helped).
Last edited by Kieran Ballard; 29 Jun 2015 at 20:29.
ADSL by any chance? this looks like aluminium degradation to me, it's basically from your cables going to your home which are starting to degrade over time, they were probably installed in the early 90's when copper was super expensive and BT used aluminium instead, bad idea, can you do a test over at this address> Pingtest.net - The Global Broadband Quality Test and post your results below.
Here are my results
And yeah, I'm pretty sure its ADSL
It's looking alright from my end, and with those pings, that's got to be fibre unless you're sat on top of the exchange, have you had any loss of service at all since having this issue (internet intermittent, slow loading of pages, that sort of thing), if you have then it might just be internet traffic at certain times of the day.
Yeah, we have fiber. Our connection has dropped a few times, but only for a few seconds, and I haven't noticed any major slowdowns when browsing the web, but I have noticed lower results than usual on https://www.speedtest.net.
Here's a test I just did
I usually get 15 ping, 37 download and 6 upload while connected over ethernet.
sounds intermittent, might be a faulty router, have you contacted sky customer service? might be worth asking about it and see if they can send you out a new router, threaten them with loss of business if they try anything, saying you haven't got your advertised speeds.
the canterbury server seems to be running slow, i'm getting 80mb with a 15ms ping from that server
when I normally get this>
I'll try getting in contact with sky over the next few days, I'll leave it and see if the problem persists for now I guess.
Thanks for your help MrNeeds
No worries Kieran, hope it gets sorted mate.
id guess its the ACK doing that. should be fixed by registry. anyway, i dont know if win10 has the same base with the ping and connection handling regarding ACK/s (edit - as in TCP handling that is ). should check it when i get to home. but if you got time and are familiar with the registry you can check TcpAckFrequency from the system. 1 will disable delayed ack and default is 2, so you should use TcpAckFrequency=1. cant remember the correct registry path tho
might help you out on this one.
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