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Lag spikes - using £3 booster (wired)

Does anybody have any advice on how I can sort the lag spikes during gaming? Hub 3 doesn't quick make it upstairs so cannot use wi-fi as an option. I am using the booster applied by virgin but not WiFi I am using ethernet.

 

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Hi,

Send me a PM with some more details and I can look into this for you.

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Okay sounds like you are using powerline adapters to supply ethernet cables to upstairs?  Most likely the ring mains will be separate, so that along with the inherent problems with powerline, would introduce lag.  It would be best to try and get direct ethernet upstairs without the powerline plugs.

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Can't see A PM just yet Chris?

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Re: Lag spikes - using £3 booster (wired)

I have previously used powerline adapters with no issues with lag spikes which is my concern obviously a different brand? Are there any setting I can look at tweaking to enhance the connection do you know?

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