Question Computers Network connection freezes for 1-3 seconds every 2 minutes during multiplayer games

May 28, 2019
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Hello,

While playing most titles I experience stalled internet connection (wifi) which makes the characters freeze and then wake for 1-3 seconds. It occurs every 2 minutes or sooner in any multiplayer game I play. Ive googled this issue and found no result. Most things I found were over thought about for such a simple issue. This issue just started 2 days ago and I've made no changes to my internet provider, windows settings, New programs etc.

Games issues occur:
  • OSRS
  • GTA V Online
  • Rainbow6 Siege
  • CSGO
....Pretty much every online game

Speccy log:
http://www.filedropper.com/djihfshfoshfsoj

RKill log:
http://www.filedropper.com/380597325023

I've tried to run Burn-in test, 15minute. All passed no errors, Disabling my antivirus as well.
I played the same titles on my gaming laptop, games play fine without any issue.
Its using the same internet connection (wifi)

One thing I did notice (I'm not sure if this is normal) Heavy up and down motion on my Wi-Fi through Task manager.


I proceeded to try and reinstall my network drivers with no luck.
If anyone can give me advice on what to do further let me know.
 
Do you have the option of switching to a wired connection, just to rule out possible wireless driver /Win10 update glitches?

Can you try another gaming server just to rule out potential issues w/ that server's connection?
 
May 28, 2019
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Do you have the option of switching to a wired connection, just to rule out possible wireless driver /Win10 update glitches?

Can you try another gaming server just to rule out potential issues w/ that server's connection?
I cannot hardwire since my router is upstairs and my pc is in the basement. I have never had any issues like this in 2 years. My motherboard on-board wifi should be enough to handle the connection it’s part of the asus strix series (gaming)

I have tried different game servers multiple times through multiple games.

I’ve posted two log files above to maybe help you understand better.
 

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