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Push™ Feb 1 @ 10:10am
♥♥♥♥ Latencys, I need help
A few days ago, I had 22 (avg) latency on a server I always played on. Today I come to play on the same server, and I find it 130(avg) latency!?!? That's not all, I think it's a problem with my tf2 itself, because all the other servers that I found had above 110. I restarted my router a couple of times, still no difference. Please help?
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Push™ Feb 1 @ 10:11am 
why did they replace $hit with ♥♥♥♥ ?? xD
Techno Gamer Feb 7 @ 4:48pm 
There can be different reasons.
1. Something wrong with your internet. Contact your internet company and complain if you're 100% sure its not something YOU arte doing that causes slow internet.
2. Downloading stuff. Make sure you'r pc or any other devises thats connected to the internet is downloading something. That includes watching netflix.
3. Dont run youtube in the background. This will cause a massive and high ping.
4. The router. Sometimes they can be the problem. Upgrading by buing a new one can help. Worked with me.
5. Try to stay alone on the internet while gaming. If you're connected with cabel, turn off wifi while you're gaming.
6. Use internet cable, not wifi. The speed goes much faster, stronger and steady throug cables.
7. Try to troubleshoot the problem through your pc. Sometimes it can be your internet driver thats outdated/broken and have to be updated/restarted.

If nothing helps, then im sorry. I hope something works for you!
Push™ Feb 7 @ 10:22pm 
Originally posted by Inc.Flow Techno Gamer:
There can be different reasons.
1. Something wrong with your internet. Contact your internet company and complain if you're 100% sure its not something YOU arte doing that causes slow internet.
2. Downloading stuff. Make sure you'r pc or any other devises thats connected to the internet is downloading something. That includes watching netflix.
3. Dont run youtube in the background. This will cause a massive and high ping.
4. The router. Sometimes they can be the problem. Upgrading by buing a new one can help. Worked with me.
5. Try to stay alone on the internet while gaming. If you're connected with cabel, turn off wifi while you're gaming.
6. Use internet cable, not wifi. The speed goes much faster, stronger and steady throug cables.
7. Try to troubleshoot the problem through your pc. Sometimes it can be your internet driver thats outdated/broken and have to be updated/restarted.

If nothing helps, then im sorry. I hope something works for you! :happymeat:

Thank you! I ran so many operations on my pc and now it's working! ( if you're wondering, I defragmented my local disk, and cleaned it with disk cleaner too)
EDIT : I was also downloading on utorrent, and I uninstalled it.
Last edited by Push™; Feb 7 @ 10:25pm
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