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  1. Hi there, I am trying to play League of Legends with my roommate, but am having insanely unstable ping and high ping spikes (200+). My ping is all over the place and fluctuates all the time. For periods of time it is stable, but then seemingly at random this behaviour starts again. The strange thing is that this happens on both my laptops, but not on my roommate's Macbook. His ping is perfectly stable at around 12, spare the occasional ping spike that stays below 50. We live in an anti-squat building and have to game on wifi. Running an ethernet cable is impossible since the router is located in another person's room. If I had to, I could try an 'internet over power' solution, but I don't know if that would work since the building is quite large and old. League runs fine on any other network (both via wifi and ethernet), and so does my internet connectivity in general as far as I have noticed. I ran PingPlotter on the League server and I have included the data in the attachments. As far as I can tell there is some packet loss and spikes in latency at the first hop. Also, I have no clue wtf is going on at hop 3 (91% packet loss) Things I have tried so far: - Closing all other applications while gaming - Factory resetting both laptops - Reinstalling League of Legends - Buying a wifi extender and connecting via its ethernet port (thought my wifi chip was broken for a while and it seemed fixed using this solution, but now things are f**cked again) - Making sure power settings are set to maximum performance for League of Legends - Making sure League of Legends is added to firewall exceptions - Running League of Legends' "Hextech Repair Tool" - Rolling back to older network drivers for laptop #1 Any help as to what the hell is going on would be greatly appreciated!! Edit: I forgot to mention that sometimes I have a friend over and the 3 of us play League. He also has a Windows machine and has never experienced ping issues. Laptop #1: 4700MQ, 765m, 16GB Ram, Windows 10 64bit (1903 I think) Laptop #2: 8130u, integrated graphics, Windows 10 64bit (1903) Roommate's laptop: Macbook Pro 13" (2018, touchbar)
  2. Hi there, I am trying to play League of Legends with my roommate, but am having insanely unstable ping and high ping spikes (200+). My ping is all over the place and fluctuates all the time. For periods of time it is stable, but then seemingly at random this behaviour starts again. The strange thing is that this happens on both my laptops, but not on my roommate's Macbook. His ping is perfectly stable at around 12, spare the occasional ping spike that stays below 50. We live in an anti-squat building and have to game on wifi. Running an ethernet cable is impossible since the router is located in another person's room. If I had to, I could try an 'internet over power' solution, but I don't know if that would work since the building is quite large and old. League runs fine on any other network (both via wifi and ethernet), and so does my internet connectivity in general as far as I have noticed. I ran PingPlotter on the League server and I have included the data in the attachments. As far as I can tell there is some packet loss and spikes in latency at the first hop. Also, I have no clue wtf is going on at hop 3. Things I have tried so far: - Closing all other applications while gaming - Factory resetting both laptops - Reinstalling League of Legends - Buying a wifi extender and connecting via its ethernet port (thought my wifi chip was broken for a while and it seemed fixed using this solution, but now things are f**cked again) - Making sure power settings are set to maximum performance for League of Legends - Making sure League of Legends is added to firewall exceptions - Running League of Legends' "Hextech Repair Tool" - Rolling back to older network drivers for laptop #1 Any help as to what the hell is going on would be greatly appreciated!! Edit: I forgot to mention that sometimes I have a friend over and the 3 of us play League. He also has a Windows machine and has never experienced ping issues. Laptop #1: 4700MQ, 765m, 16GB Ram, Windows 10 64bit (1903 I think) Laptop #2: 8130u, integrated graphics, Windows 10 64bit (1903) Roommate's laptop: Macbook Pro 13" (2018, touchbar) 104.160.141.3.csv 104.160.141.3.pp2
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