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Netduma Iain

Netduma Iain

Member Since 22 Apr 2015
Offline Last Active Mar 15 2018 05:19 PM

In Topic: Help with Xr500

02 March 2018 - 02:56 PM

I'm going to be terse because people (including myself) will always find any excuse:

  • If higher ping is better then simply pick a server further away
  • The enemy can't magically get their information to the server faster than you can (if their ping is higher).

I agree playing with players with very high ping is annoying, I'm guessing because you don't get notified until they have put a few shots into you. But you have the advantage for sure, and if they beat you then they would have beaten you even more with lower ping. End of. 


Scotty not being rude I love ya but this perpetual myth has to be stopped!

In Topic: Netgear Xr500 Duma OS request

02 March 2018 - 02:14 PM

Really glad you're enjoying it :)


We will reintroduce multiple levels of zoom & also ping assist will be brought back. The allow & deny will be much easier as well.


Finally the Internet test will come back, maybe a little later but much better :D 

In Topic: New Moderators!

02 March 2018 - 02:11 PM

Awesome! Thanks for the help guys really appreciate it <3

In Topic: Greetings Folks! Feedback & Introduction

14 February 2018 - 09:11 AM

Hi Tai N welcome to the forum and welcome to the #DumaArmy

In Topic: Question about qos algorithm and hit detection constistency issues

12 February 2018 - 08:42 PM

As far as I am aware it will only show two (the one's for general purpose) because those are the ones where the CPU usage is likely to fluctuate. I will consult the Development team to get clarification on this.


That is incorrect, the 2 graphs you see are general-purpose cores. The two hidden ones are dedicated to network processing. You can confirm this is true because the CPU graph doesn't rise when maxing out the connection :)