JackGriffin wrote:If you don't get a sufficient answer let me know and I'll fire up my UT server. You can join and we can look at the logs to see what's up.
JackGriffin wrote:a fresh install from default media
JackGriffin wrote:running the exe in compatibility mode
JackGriffin wrote:address the DEP issue
JackGriffin wrote:update your local drivers for the system
JackGriffin wrote:try playing the game with your system in a DMZ to exclude router issues
MrLoathsome wrote:Have you tried using one of the latest OpenGL drivers?
Higor wrote:Try MTR (or WinMTR if you're on windows), enter a server's IP and post results.
A couple of minutes should be enough.
Sometimes your ISP or a node in the middle can be causing problems... but if you say it's happening on most servers, it may be your ISP
JackGriffin wrote:In those moments you are getting lagged I'd try manually pinging the server and see if it's off the charts in that moment. I agree with Higor, once you exclude pretty much everything locally then it's got to be an ISP issue.
Chamberly wrote:Dual or multicore fixes?
JackGriffin wrote:I wouldn't use the in-game ping for anything as a measure other than a baseline of comparison. At this point I'd consider something that runs all the time and keeps a log. This: https://www.paessler.com/ping-monitoring is way too much but it's in line with what you probably need.
How does normal speed tests/file downloading work for you? Is it consistent or does it also jump around? You might also try something like Hotspot Shield to run your game through a VPN. It's going to run slower for sure but you'll see if the lag spiking gets eliminated. It could be your ISP shaping traffic in high demand times.
IIRC Hitman had this same issue with his ISP when running his servers from his house and ended up moving the servers to another provider. I think the node he was on was just overloaded. That might be the case for you too.
JackGriffin wrote:Ah, I missed that part. Have you ran a serious spyware check? Something more robust that Malwarebytes? You could have picked up something and just be unaware. It's happened to all of us. I wouldn't think it was Windows10 on it's own unless you just have some weird setup that no one else has. Have you tested your RAM btw? Bad RAM can do odd things.
I'd hit a couple of the free rootkit scanners and maybe one or two online malware scanners just to be sure you don't have something hiding in there. Maybe even monitor your outbound traffic to watch for anything pinging out.
Barring all that you could go to the NSA's home page and ask them to give you a break
JackGriffin wrote:Have you tested your RAM btw? Bad RAM can do odd things.
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