Wifi problems

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  1. visine

    visine Master Guru

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    Ah, thought you meant on the device properties. I found it on the router, i'll try it with off. Hmm, I also have 2x 5ghz, should I turn the other one off?
     
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    I turned it off on 5G too, i had some issues with mobile phones tanking the rates of laptos.
     
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    I'll try that and see if something happens.

    I did experience some "freezes" during gaming for 1 sec after changing drivers. My brother didn't get any stutters / freezes with his computer.

    Not sure what's wrong here.
     
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    Hmm, I even changed the wifi card. I get the 500/500 , but for some reason during gaming I "time out" for 1 sec, or like gets thrown back for 1 sec. A slight hickup. What can cause this? Might be software related?
     

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    Have never experienced that on the 6.35 driver, but the game itself can rubberband if theres packet loss anywhere in the route to server.
     
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    Maybe its not the wifi but the computer?

    Can some components cause stutters like that?
     
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    I actually pinged my default gateway, and everytime I spike I get 100ms to the lan ip, so it's not the internet?
     
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    might be that your computer doesn't play nicely with usb wlan chips even if they're on a pcie card.
     
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    What do you mean? It only occurs on my computer, so it seems weird. Can there be a software / driver issue? I did change drivers, but still happens.

    My bro was here with his computer and it didnt happend to him. Same computer / and wlan card.
     
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    I've also tried the network card in a different computer but on a different Internet without problems. Can there be signals or some settings that makes it unstable? I've experienced this before when I had a bad router and used the PCE-AC88 instead, it just couldnt get stable on my Inet. 9apps cartoon hd
     
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    Exactly, some hardware just doesn't play well with other hardware.
     
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    Here's what I've done, so I have tried to different routers and my computer has the same problems on both.

    I've also tried two different wifi-cards, both gives me some weird spike or "timeout" for 1-2 sec.

    I've had my brothers computer here to check if he had the same problem, and he didn't.

    So can there be some driver issues, or some issues with my Windows?
     

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