Ok I play COH/COV, LOTRO, and SWG. I am using a wireless G router from my work pc that my company pays the internet for. However I cannot load my games on that pc etc etc you know the drill. They do know and don't care that I run my home pc off that since I have a work pc and a laptop.
My question is:
I am running on the Wireless G. My FPS is 30 ingame until I start to pvp and then it goes down to under 5. Pve I stay above 20 at all times. I like to pvp but I cannot pvp at less than 5 fps I know the fps drops in pvp but this is assinine. If I upgrade to wireless N would it help or should I pay the money and go hard wired? I would prefer not to go hardwired and save the money. I just need some advice to get through the lag.
I am running a Pent D a Nvidia 256mb 7900gt and 4 mb ddr2 ram.
Well the wireless connection doesn't have a thing to do with the FPS. The FPS is directly linked to your computers config. But it can seem like the FPS dropped but its actually either your ping or the servers ping going sky high. I have that problem as well but im on a wired desktop. I don't know how to resolve your problem. Sorry mate.
Well, I am running a fairly high end pc. I have a pent D 3.2 ghz 4gb DDR2 ram, a nvidia 7900 gt 256mb pcie card. I have a RAID drive that is 1 terabit. My ping usually runs around 60 to 70 during pve but pvp is when it really drops off and others are running at 30 fps when there on a wired connection. I am open to any suggestions.
FPS and Ping are seperate and completely different things. Which one do you actually mean?
Ok.....for FPS there are some solutions, I am gonna name 2 of them. 1) get a new graphics card. 2) change the graphics settings. For your latency problem. At first I was thinking get more RAM but you already have 4 GB. Umm.....Im stumped on what your problem would be if it was related to your internet connection. I dunno mate.
Excuse me let me refrase that. Im stumped on a solution if it is your internet connection.
His video card is fine, and more ram wouldn't help his latency.
How fast is your (Aser's) internet connection?
How far away from your wireless router is your computer?