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I got 1000mb, so why i still have 90 ping?

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Today i moved from 100mb to 1000mb, and i still have 80-90 ping, why?

Do i need to switch an Ethernet cable? (i've cat 5e- 5meter length).

thanks!

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2 minutes ago, EdenAb said:

Today i moved from 100mb to 1000mb, and i still have 80-90 ping, why?

Do i need to switch an Ethernet cable? (i've cat 5e- 5meter length).

thanks!

speed has nothing to do with latency. ethernet for gaming is always recommended

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as said already, latency and speed are two different things.

 

Are you directyl connected to the router or is there a switch in the middle that might add latency?

What router and NIC are you running? 

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6 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

as said already, latency and speed are two different things.

 

Are you directyl connected to the router or is there a switch in the middle that might add latency?

What router and NIC are you running? 

yes, i am directly connected to the router.

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Are you connected to appropriate regional servers and not something on a different continent?

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6 minutes ago, EdenAb said:

yes, i am directly connected to the router.

could you run speedtest and share the results?

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1 hour ago, LukeSavenije said:

speed has nothing to do with latency. ethernet for gaming is always recommended

lmao I have 512k and 60 ping on most games like league, dota or cs ???

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29 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

lmao I have 512k and 60 ping on most games like league, dota or cs ???

not to brag. becouse I know how slow wifi feels... but these days i'm working on 500/500 with 6 to 9 ms with speedtest. It's like pc's, if you're used to it, you won't notice it

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if your talking about game ping it doesnt matter how fast your internet is. it depends on server location, or how your connection is routed to said server. or hell even the server itself can cause high ping

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Ping depends a lot on ISP routing and sheer physical distance.  If you can select another server or region then that would help more.

 

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