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PING/MS/LATENCY

Arbyops1
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Hello I'm from Australia and and I love to play MMORPG's but they are all on NA or EU servers so it's not as easy for me to play them with my (180 - 250 MS), this is probably just a answer that has been answered thousands of time but is there anyway for me to be able to reduce my ping even by a little? THANK YOU :)

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No there is not. This is all routing by your ISPs and the round trip time it takes for a packet to leave you get to them and return back to you. Nothing you can do about it. 

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Not by much. Ping goes down when internet speeds go up. Not just download, upload must go up too. Ping represents time it takes packages traveling from your computer to server. And back. But these will only drop ping by minimal scale. Like 50ms at most (highest difference I've seen from same country to same server from two different connections).

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depending  which MMORPG's  you are playing, 180-250ms should be playable, anything above 250 is not.

 

as for AU servers, most "AU" servers are actually in singapore, and the direct line seems to have a bad habbit of being chopped up every 2-4 weeks.

 

@Arbyops1 depending which isp your with and what dns servers your using, you may be at the best you are going to get.

 

alot of people are suggesting DNS 1.1.1.1 for gaming but cant say ive tried it myself.

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