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Ok so ive been lagging alot lately since my internet went out last week. (new company working on lines) I guess they changed ownership and my internet is slightly slower now.
Internet: 6-7 Mbps (was 12) yea sucks here in the south lol
Graphics card: ATI Radeon 5800 series
CPU: Intel I7 @ 2.67
RAM: 6 Gigs
The computer components should be plenty to run this game at max, though i notice now I can change the settings and the games Latency lowers to 123, or if I leave at max its 300 (was 70 before internet).
SO my question is, is my internet really affecting me that much? or Do i maybe need to retweak game settings, or maybe I have a virus? (ran norton 360)
Same for me, the lag spike began past thursday and seems to end yesterday, sunday. During a lag, the ms ping drop from 115-135 ms (normal playable condition) to 300-1200 ms. So the game begin to freeze. This lag occured regulary while playing.
I apologize for my english: is not very good!
I have the same problem for a week ... or more i think.
I tolked with other people that have same problem and they told me that this is a problem of american servers... My question is: Is a problem of diablo or not ? If there is a problem with diablo what they are doing to solve?
try this, worked for me
This is the most relevant topic I have found on the forums (from June 2012):
It seems like it's a problem with AT&T Enhanced Network Services (attens). The problematic attens host is 18.104.22.168 and is likely co-located with Blizzard's servers in San Diego. Unfortunately, there are no scheduled maintenances in attens San Diego according to this page:
The only way I see this getting resolved is if Blizzard puts pressure on AT&T if they haven't already done so.
Edited by x181#1989 on 11/19/2012 11:16 PM PST
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