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Old 02-26-2017, 06:21 AM   #1
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When my friends are watching me play they say my crosshair is shaking most of the time but on my screen it doesn't shake and I don't shake my mouse to make my crosshair tremble.
I downloaded a demo of myself playing CSGO and I noticed that on the demo my crosshair really does shake and I also noticed that from time to time while I am walking there is like a small stutter as if I am skipping a frame which I myself never experience while I am playing and I also noticed that some things don't look at all like what I did on my side. I uploaded parts of the demo to youtube so you can see what I mean.




For example: In the demo a lot of the time when shooting my crosshair seems to be never be where I remember placing it while playing and when me and an enemy shoot each other the fight is always 2-3 seconds longer for me. On my friend's screens and the demo I die but on my screen when I am playing I am still moving and shooting and the time between where I die according to the server and my friends and where I die according to my screen isn't short at all. For example: At 1:48 of the youtube video me and one teammate die when we line up and the enemy gets a double kill. On my screen I ducked behind my teammate and kept shooting through my teammate for about 3 seconds but on the demo from the server I die much sooner before I even start trying to teamkill my teammate and kill the enemy at the same time.
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Old 02-26-2017, 11:01 AM   #2
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2 days ago I noticed that my internet gets frequent ping spikes 6 in 10 minutes by using a program called WTFast. I will continue testing to see if its consistent, if it turns out to be consistent I suspect the ping spikes are the problem. But how do I explain this to my ISP?
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UPDATE:
Today in 6 minutes of counterstrike I got 7 packets lost and in 20 minutes of Heroes of the Storm I got 9 ping spikes and the graph shows my ping jumping up and down a lot so I think the software only acknowledges big ping spikes not small ones.

Could ping spikes be the cause of the problems described above?
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Old 02-27-2017, 03:19 PM   #4
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If you think latency(ping) might be a issue, try posting a tracert. See this site specifically for Blizzard game server IPs, but the process should work for any game, as long as you know what server you're connecting to.
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I'll close this thread. I fixed my mouse problems by uninstalling my drivers. Somehow the drivers were making the mouse movement really bad. Stupid Steelseries...
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