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#14 wireless WiFI vs Ethernet in TF2 General Discussion

I've been forced to use wireless connections for years, I highly suggest you don't, and for the exact reason you listed. The ping spikes, dropped packets, even quantity of your latency, all of that will disappear on an ethernet connection.

posted 2 months ago
#15 why don't you like me? in Off Topic

Woah, you're still around? What're you up to nowadays, man?

posted 2 months ago
#4 DreamHack Dreaming in LAN Discussion

I would love to get back into supporting LANs and making them happen. If I had more notice on Atlanta, I probably could have made a trip down there feasible.

I can't see BTS or Anaheim being feasible targets for me either, but depending on how the logistics for Anaheim play out, I may be interested.

posted 2 months ago
#22 turning 17 next week, what should I do in Off Topic

I shit posted on TFTV.

posted 2 months ago
#19 Every TF2 player's signatures@i65 in LAN Discussion

Pics? Did you collect all the signatures in one place? I did the same back in 2014, and I think the result was pretty cool: https://i.imgur.com/77Q4OS0.png

posted 3 months ago
#26 ESEA Season 31 to be last ESEA TF2 Season in News

Shit man, I wish I could be around to see everything until the end. No matter what, thank you for the memories.

posted 9 months ago
#33 Highest playable ping? in TF2 General Discussion
guacI played ESEA demo on 120 ping while living in the UK, it was pretty manageable because I had pretty solid internet. At one point I played from France at 140 and that felt so much worse but could've had to do with the specific internet I had then.

From my experience, the ping can be as high as you want. Yes, the generally-agreed limit still applies, but what matters most is the stability of that latency.
That 150ms you have going is only going to be tolerable if you have a 150ms consistently. If each packet is jumping from low to high values, or you're dropping packets, it's straight-up not playable.

posted 9 months ago
#3 How to set up a local mumble server (for LAN use) in LAN Discussion

Thank you so much for doing this!

posted about a year ago
#39 Hoodies in Off Topic


Absolutely worth the money, it's the most comfortable hoodie I have.

posted about a year ago
#35 help my dad wants me to stop playing tf2 in e-Sports

Shitposting aside, I can definitely empathize with the topic. The parent I lived with while getting into comp did not like that I was playing TF2, albeit for different reasons. What eventually helped alleviate this tension between us was going to, and organizing a LAN. This demonstrated initiative and independence, but also showed the people on the other side of the screen and why I enjoyed playing with them so much.
You don't need to organize an entire LAN by yourself, but contributing to the community and showing why you love it can work wonders.

posted about a year ago
#13 help my dad wants me to stop playing tf2 in e-Sports


posted about a year ago
#53 What r u gonna do for Valentine's day in Off Topic

Do volunteer service and eat Tide Pods.

posted about a year ago
#60 Future Toronto LANs Discussion in LAN Discussion
sibbsany updates on a future toronto lan

I totally missed these posts since I haven't been checking up on here as much as I used to. I don't have any updates currently.

cookieIDK if you've considered renting a hall/auditorium from a College or University. I work at Sheridan (Brampton) and I know for a fact there are plenty of rooms that can be booked for events which are big enough. You could also get in touch with the video game clubs and maybe even get the space for free. Keep in mind this would be BYOC. They also can give every person guest access to their network making a LAN easy to set up. Also Sheridan's internet is super fast compared to other Universities/Colleges.

Yes, people affiliated with a college or university can get steep discounts on spaces on their respective campuses. If you are eligible for booking discounts at Sheridan, please let me know. Most preferably, if anyone is currently enrolled or affiliated with York, U of T, Ryerson, or George Brown, please PM me on Steam or Discord so we can talk.

posted about a year ago
#42 rest in peace miggy in Off Topic

a great man who i had the pleasure of playing on a tiny shitty steel team with, miggy was a really great guy. me and others will miss him very much.


P.S. there's a ugc thread where people are leaving their memories of him, feel free to comment on that if you'd like


Where was this posted, originally?

I am at a total loss for words right now. Given how Miggy talked to me in our last conversations, he seemed to have a sense this was coming, but I didn't believe it. To honour Miggy's life and spirit, the only thing coming to me is some sort of get-together tribute. That could be at RGB/FITES in March, or it could be sooner. Either way, flan will be served.

posted about 2 years ago
#8 wifi net settings in Q/A Help

I find what matters more isn't your internet speed, but your connection. I always monitor the quality of my connection so I know what to expect. On Windows, you can do that by running this command in CMD: ping -t

That will show you how often you are receiving packets, and at what rate. If you are getting a consistent and low number (Say, 50ms or less) then you are totally fine to use "good connection" network settings. Even if you drop the occasional packet, which is inevitable on wifi, don't worry.

posted about 2 years ago
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