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#241 Fucked

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Posted 21 January 2011 - 10:59 PM

I sued the latency fix on windows 7 and it works great
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Posted 23 January 2011 - 03:46 PM

I tracked this down in the forums as a fix for people that have high latency. I generally only have 90 - 150 ms or so latency, but I tried this and now Im running at around 50 ms. People with higher latency have reported improvements as well. Worst case scenario it doesnt do any harm to your computer and it might help.

1) Determine your IP (ipconfig or similar)

Peavy edit: Start->All Programs->Accessories->Command Prompt, type in "ipconfig" and push enter.

2) Run Regedit

Peavy: Start->Run, type "regedit", click ok

3) Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces

Peavy: In this directory, there are going to be several folders with seemingly random letters and/or numbers as names. You're going to have the find the correct one to edit, which is done by doing the next step.

4) Determine which interface is for your IP. The correct interface will have a DhcpIPAddress set to your current IP.

Peavy: this is displayed to the right after clicking one of the directories mentioned earlier, and should be the fifth or sixth entry down.


5) Right-click on the interface and select New->DWORD

Peavy: right click anywhere in the area that has your IP displayed nexted to the DhcpIPAddress entry.

6) Set the name to TcpAckFrequency (case sensitive)

Peavy: right click->rename.

7) Set to a decimal value of "1"

Peavy: right click->modify, type "1" in the value field, select "decimal," and click OK.

8) Save

Peavy: there's no save function, just close out of RegEdit.

9) Restart your computer


Does this work with W7 64-bit since it saying it will run in 32-bit mode
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#243 Arxis

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Posted 24 January 2011 - 05:08 AM

Leatrix Latency Fix 1.23

Google this, first link should be for a wowinterface link, follow the steps, thank me later.

Note: Not sure if this has been posted cause cba to read through all these pages of posts.
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Posted 01 February 2011 - 05:05 AM

Simply wanted to share my results after executing the instruction on page 2.

From 250 ms to 49 ms.

Overall a drop of 200 ms.


Using Win7 64bit.

Simply follow the instruction and do not hesitate to use the Dword command.

Thanks for sharing this tune up
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Posted 14 February 2011 - 11:52 PM

well under msmq i dont have a folder called parameters ^^ any ideas?

using w7 64bit
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Posted 17 February 2011 - 06:19 PM

Is there anything like this for Mac OSX 10.6.6? I'd LOVE to lower my ping as much as possible.
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Posted 26 February 2011 - 05:37 PM

Simply wanted to share my results after executing the instruction on page 2.


From 250 ms to 49 ms.


Overall a drop of 200 ms.



Using Win7 64bit.


Simply follow the instruction and do not hesitate to use the Dword command.


Thanks for sharing this tune up



This service halved my ping from New Zealand PingBetter
Also check out Gymped when you have a moment
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#248 Zestroz

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Posted 01 March 2011 - 12:37 AM

Leatrix Latency Fix 1.23


Google this, first link should be for a wowinterface link, follow the steps, thank me later.







^^^ tnx g
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#249 AbeS

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Posted 21 March 2011 - 12:21 PM

The second registry fix to disable Nagle algorithm on Win2k/XP is as follows:




This is an exact copy and past from mmo-champion, I still have it enabled on my computer with no problems.


This registry edit and the other one mentioned in this thread do the changes from that fasterping program which was linked. If you are paranoid about keyloggers and are comfortable editing the registry then you can just do the 2 registry changes yourself.


Does this still work? Running W7 64bit myself.
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Posted 21 March 2011 - 12:24 PM

Different people have different results, but it works well in the majority of cases. Just make sure you get the right one, there are different ones made by different people out there.
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Posted 21 March 2011 - 10:57 PM

well under msmq i dont have a folder called parameters ^^ any ideas?

using w7 64bit


I have the problem, I'm using W7 64-bit and there isn't any folder called parameters. What should I do?
I also have a doubt about the first script: the TcpAckFrequency already existed and it was set to 1 but not decimal. Should I just change it do decimal?
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Posted 29 March 2011 - 07:48 PM

it does work dropped to 150 ms ^-^
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#253 karr

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Posted 12 May 2011 - 10:50 AM

I just downloaded the wowinterface download one (leatrix). my world is around 230-340 in just average events.

Hopefully no more warriors hitting me through pillars.
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#254 turbotaco

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Posted 15 May 2011 - 02:48 PM

i lag on certain servers and not others maybe look for a server where you dont lag at all
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#255 Its_Deckard_Cain

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Posted 07 June 2011 - 12:12 AM

Does this still work? Running W7 64bit myself.


i'm running w7 64bit, without it i had an average of 150-200ms , with it i have 80-90ms
you should give it a try, worked well for me ;)
get leatrix latency fix if you are not into the registry edit thingy
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#256 Zjikd

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Posted 14 June 2011 - 07:16 AM

If you looking for a safe latency fix i'd for sure pick the one on Leatrix.com (http://www.wowinterf...atrixLatencyFix), i use it to reduce my MS and i have scanned and checked it to be 100% safe, before i was running 300-500 ms now im down to a steady 100ms. For thoes who do not:

Online games generally use the TCP protocol which requires that network segments sent to your computer be acknowledged in order to provide a reliable connection.

Windows bundles these acknowledgements together and sends them in pairs. While this is an efficient way of dealing with them generally, the inevitable delays caused by the bundling process increase latency considerably.

This is because when Windows queues up an acknowledgement in order to bundle it with the following one, the game server has to wait for the acknowledgement timer to expire before sending new data.

The Latency Fix removes the acknowledgement bundling process so that an acknowledgement is sent immediately for every segment that's received. This produces a significant reduction in latency as there is no longer a delay before new data is sent to your computer.

In a normal networking environment, you would prioritise network efficiency over latency and use the Windows defaults, but in online games the opposite is true and you want the lowest latency you can possibly get.
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#257 Vorith

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Posted 03 July 2011 - 11:30 PM

WTfast works wonders for me :)
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#258 Hundre

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 01:40 AM

Still suprised WoW hasn't added this into the game.
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Posted 15 July 2011 - 06:21 AM

best one out there is WTFAST
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Posted 08 October 2011 - 07:56 AM

Without Leatrix Latency Fix I was having HUGE latency problems!

But now, with the simple tool, Leatrix Latency Fix, I can pwn n00bs all day long!

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No but seriously, coming from somebody who has had to try all sorts of different methods to reduce ping, I've figured out that the only way to truly determine which method is best for you is experimentation. For example, if you have high traffic on your network routes, or your ISP has an absolutely TERRIBLE routing system, then you're probably better off with a Proxy (i.e. Pwnping, LowerPing) whereas if you have relatively decent, well managed routes, ****AND A STABLE CONNECTION**** a packet frequency modifier like Leatrix will give you better results.

I move between two different countries that are geographically quite close, and in both countries, I float around 180-400ms (unmodified) depending on time of day. In one country, I get ~90-100ms using a proxy with a connection to a French server, and in the other country, I'm usually between ~78-85ms using Leatrix.
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