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Zennon

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  1. I would test the Apple devices with duma classified games off to rule that out.
  2. I read about this here and I checked out the BT Forum post. I asked a friend who has BT broadband, Netflix, Amazon etc if I could AnyDesk in and have a look while using his ND congestion control. I found that there was no issue with any of the services using a browser or apps on many devices during the tests. The Netflix app on the TV gave the largest spikes but these were only of around around 5ms more than base every now and again CC doing its job nicely.
  3. You do have an issue that is making it to the destination in this plot. That is correct information about the problem starting at a hop and reaching the destination then there is an issue. To rule out a Google server issue try a plot to twitter.com. Can you post the plot with only the destination hop in the plot at the bottom of the GUI please.
  4. You need to scrap all the hops from the plot except the the last destination hop and re post the results. Routers at an hop are programmed sometimes to drop ICMP ping requests leading to what looks like problems. All you have to concentrate on is the final hop.
  5. Ah sorry I had not seen your other posts about testing with PingPlotter. Did you see the packet loss while testing with PP? if so then you could show your ISP if you have not already.
  6. My suggestion would be to download PingPlotter. Use only your ISP router while you run a plot to twitter.com using PingPlotter so we can diagnose if you have a line fault first. I suggest this as you mention you have packet loss. PingPlotter Guide
  7. Absolutely nothing to worry about, that hops is set to not always respond to ICMP pings it is not an ISP issue. The plot is very stable.
  8. Yep I quoted incorrectly I have made the correct adjustments adding VRR times. I quoted that from memory which at 7am failed, I have now pulled the times from Rtings like I should have in the first place.
  9. Xbox One X Samsung 1TB external SSD. Elite Controller wired, Scuff Paddles add on. Astro Mix Amp 2013 / Sennheiser HD800 / ModMic or Zalman Mic. LG C9 0.2ms Response time / 13.5 ms input lag @ 60Hz / 6.8 ms of input lag at 120Hz Viewsonic XG2402 1ms "best case" Response time. Input lag 8.8ms @ 60Hz input lag 4.1ms @ 144Hz The LG is most responsive due to nearly instantaneous response time. Duma 70% CC each way / Console in traffic priority manually. Then compete with the SBMM that is in every game I play Overwatch, BFV, SWBFII, Paladins and the Cods 😁
  10. Congestion control stops other devices on my network from causing ping jitter. My consoles packets processing is prioritised dropping other devices packets while my packets go first. If I want too I can camp a server with the geo filter. I can search for matches by the lowest ping I wish. All this goes to making my gaming experience the best it can be whether its cod, bf or ow.
  11. If you are using headphones do not worry it is pseudo-surround anyhow. The best is the default Dolby imo.
  12. I do not mind that is is a lossy format at all. I have Mp3 albums, Flac and DSD, I enjoy them all. I can not believe how well my old Mixamp 2013 sounds to this day and I like hi-end amps and headphones.
  13. I use the Sennheiser HD800 headphones at the moment with the mixamp. Personally I find that the best is bitstream out / Dolby digital with the Dolby button on the mixamp on. Reasons, Atmos and Sonic fake depth by muffling sounds that are further away giving a depth to the stage. It sounds amazing but for Cod where you need every nuance to be heard it is a no go for me. The soundstage using standard Dobly is more realistic too.
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