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4-13-2011 @ 12:30AM
I'd rather something go through and do it for me. And actually, even on a decent connection 16d/4up I saw an improvement using Leatrix.
4-13-2011 @ 12:52AM
Leatrix isn't really a good option for satellite though. In my experience it would run good, then lag hard in cycles (almost freezing up). So I yanked it preferring consistent lag over this.Also, in my experience Leatrix uses certain file types which I guess anti-virus programs think are dangerous and want to remove... or used to anyway. My experience was a year or so ago so this may have been changed.It may not bad for most, but it wasn't really helpful for me.
4-13-2011 @ 6:16AM
No, leatrix isn't good for people who have inherently poor pings. Poor Interent connections such as satellite connections, connections through proxies will always be poor. However the TcpAck hack on machines which use windows Vista/7 will report lower latencies on proper broadband connections. I did the registry fix manually and it helped not only the reported lag but also the actual lag i felt in game. Search tcpack fix on google or your favourite search engine if you use Vista/7, backup your registry and try it. If your pings go up go back to previous registry if it works leave it. P.S. This registry setting may affect how quick web browsing or P2P is, which is why i say "BACK UP YOUR REGISTRY" before applying this fix.
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