acidreamer

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Basically what im dealing with is characters in game running in place for a period of 5 seconds (give or take a few). Im dont think its my internet becaues i dont dc from teamspeak or anything else. And i also have brand new internet hardware and reset it every couple days. This problem only happens when im gaming. Nothing on my rig overheats. I have enough power for everything. The last time i experienced this was when i recorded fraps at 1080p full size. I was assuming it was an HDD write/read issue. because after i lowered the quality it stopped. Anyways heres my pc specs.

PC Specs:
-Processor: AMD FX-6200 @ 4.1Ghz
-RAM: GSkill Sniper Series 1600Mhz DDR3 16Gb
-Motherboard: MSI 970A-G46
-Video Card: Crossfire RadeonHD 6950 2Gb
-Power Supply: Rosewill 1000w
-Mouse: Corsair Vengeance M60 @1250 DPI
-Keyboard: Generic HP
-Case: Antec 600 V2
-Monitor 1: HP 15in. 1:1 1024x768 75Hz
-Monitor 2: Hanspree 22" 16:10 1680x1050 60Hz
-Monitor 3(Main): Acer 24" 16:9 1920x1080 60Hz
-Headset: Logitech G930 Wireless
-HDD: Seagate 500Gb 3/Gbs 7200RPM
-Internet:
http://www.speedtest.net/result/2375179903.png

Router is a cisco E1200 ports are open for the games i play and UPnP is off.
 

Cerunnos

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What games? Teamspeak isn't a good indicator because unless you constantly have someone talking on it, you don't know if theres packet loss. Your upload speeds are quite low, so it is possible that if you are running a network demanding game while using VOIP that QoS will prioritize VOIP over your game, and cause the delay. It is also possible that you simply have lossy internet (which is quite common) and you'll have to contact your ISP for a check up in line quality. You can measure this with the line quality tool on dslreports, or run a large number of pingtest.net tests to see if you get packet loss or high jitter.