How to reduce your ping for a better gaming experience

By Admin - August 27, 2017 10:43 am   0   1042   1

If you are suffering from LAG in online games, you should check your PING. Follow The Steps Explained Below, we explain how to reduce ping times, reduce latency and improve online gaming. If you are experiencing Lag problems in online games - other players appear, disappear and jump - your ping may be too high. Ping is a measure of your connection speed or more specifically the latency of the connection.

Here we will explain the ping more in depth, including how to measure it and how to reduce your ping and improve the backlog in online games.

What is ping?


Many people assume that a fast and appropriate Internet connection relies solely on good download and download speed, but there is more to it than that. There is also a ping, which is essentially a reaction time. If you have a ping of 98ms, this is the time it took your computer to respond to a request from another computer.

Obviously, you want a ping time as low as possible. Many online games show your ping time with the ping of other players or servers. If your ping is about 1000 (or more), you will definitely have problems to play the game because of the delay.

Ping affects not only games, but an excellent ping time is very remarkable when the timing is crucial. Thats why a weak ping is so important in games, especially when your position (think first-person shooters or racing games) is everything.

How to measure ping speed

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You can test the latency of your Internet connection by using Speedtest.net, the most popular online speed test. Anything below a 20 ms ping is considered excellent, while anything that can be greater than 150 ms can cause a noticeable lag.

You could have the most tedious gaming PC, but with a slow ping, your actions will take a lot more time than those of your online peers, which will give you a disadvantage in the online arena.

How to reduce ping


There is no one way to reduce your ping, but rather a number of possible solutions: it is a trial and error process. The first and simplest solution is to close all other programs and windows on your computer, making sure that there are no active downloads that can affect pinging.

Another problem may be that someone else in your home operates a bandwidth hunger service, such as distributing Netflix in Full HD or playing online games. The more you have connected and actively use the Internet connection, the higher the ping.

If you still get a high ping, try moving your laptop closer to your router or, better yet, connect your computer directly to your router using an Ethernet cable or a Powerline adapter. This overcomes any potential problems you may have with Wi-Fi and poor signal strength, which can affect the latency of your Internet connection.

It is also worth checking the wires between your router and the wall box, making sure they are completely plugged in. We had some experiences with the cable connections that got lost with time and tighten them. Did you help the problem?

If that does not work, youll have to try the oldest book turn: turn off your router and turn it back on. Specifically, unplug the power cable from your router and wait about one minute before turning it back on. If your configuration includes a separate router and modem, be sure to disable and not just the router.

The next step would be to consider buying a new router. If you simply use the default option provided by your ISP, you will probably not be aware of your connection. Upgrading to a better router can help you improve connection speed and improve your Wi-Fi coverage.

If you have followed all the above steps and you still have a bad ping, the only thing to do is to call your ISP. Your ISP will usually be able to detect and repair any potential problems remotely and should improve speed - and if there is no breakdown with your connection it may be time for you to consider moving to another supplier.





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Kuldeep Singh Kuldeep Singh
September 24, 2017 2:24 pm

nice