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Old 01-19-2017, 02:15 PM   #1
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When playing any online real-time game I am in the past compared to my friends. When they hear a sound from the game they react to it with their voice on teamspeak and after their reaction I hear the sound from my game. Its not just sounds, visual things as well, like I make a kill and they react to my kill before the person is dead on my screen. Its not only when playing online games even when watching streams they are always further ahead even though I have better download and upload speeds and we are all from the same country.

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8GB RAM 1600MHZ DDR3 (1 stick)


What the problem ISN'T:
The motherboard & CPU arent the problem because I changed them earlier this month.
The PSU isn't the problem. I changed it today.
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Old 01-19-2017, 02:31 PM   #2
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Distance from source makes a difference but yours should be similar so compare Pings with your friends. 16 gigs of RAM might help. Processor speed also comes into play.
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Old 01-19-2017, 02:33 PM   #3
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My ping is always lower. We all have the same CPU. However they all have more RAM. Is it really possible that my RAM is causing the problem???

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What about your ISP?
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I haven't changed my ISP in a while. Once my contract with them ends I'll change to see if its them. Tomorrow I'll ask my friends how much RAM they have and I'll post here. If they have more RAM i'll try buying 1 more 8GB RAM stick and see if that fixes the problem.
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Is it possible that the problem is appearing because my computer is connect to 2nd coupling? 1 coupling is connected directly to the wall's plug and the 2nd coupling is connected to that one and the PC is connected on the 2nd coupling.
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Although these "hitchings" slightly diminish total power, your PSU should compensate with a steady flow. If there's something else on coupling #2 see if disconnecting makes a difference. If not and you have something longer handy, see what happens with a direct coupling (wall to computer).
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I connected the monitor and computer to two separate direct couplings (power cable to wall) and the router to one hitching, the hitching is directly connected to the wall. I'll try it this way for a day or two and see if the problem persists. If it does I'll try to connect the monitor to a hitching and the router to the wall and see if that'll have any effect. Meanwhile i'll be saving money to buy more RAM because it turns out that all my friends have more RAM.

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Problem solved!

It fixed after I connected the PC directly to the wall.

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