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League high ping

Go to solution Solved by LogicalDrm,

Ping represents the time packet takes from your client to server. So while it may seem like its something you could fix, in reality it just might route your traffic through some other proxy which is located differently.

So recently I factory reset my windows 10 computer, after installing and updating all my drivers and downloading League of Legends I noticed my ping was capped at 59ms rather then what it previously was (~44ms) What could possibly change it back?

I've tried:

- changing DNS to fastest (Google public DNS)

- Port forwarding / DMZ

- Made sure all drivers are up to date

- Made sure there's no background process (fresh install of windows anyways)

- Using the Hextech Repair Tool

- Optimizing using a TCP tool

- other minor things

 

My speeds are:

120mbps up

5.8mbps  down

 

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Ping represents the time packet takes from your client to server. So while it may seem like its something you could fix, in reality it just might route your traffic through some other proxy which is located differently.

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