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  1. i notice my biggest problem is shared connection in house. With my IPTV STB on, my download speed is 3.3 mbit. When i turn it off, it raise up to 5 mbit...and that makes world difference in rezzing, and packet losses. Hope ill get this new 50/2 mbit package soon, VDSL
  2. this became frustrating...having excellent hardware, but slow SL rezzing. Lowering settings dont help at all...my fps are always high, but that rezzing and downloading are pain I run admin CMD command Tracert 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 2 20 ms 20 ms 22 ms asrpo2.tel.net.ba [] 3 21 ms 23 ms 23 ms po2-asrpo2-l2.tel.net.ba [] 4 22 ms 23 ms 22 ms brdrpo-po2.tel.net.ba [] 5 29 ms 30 ms 31 ms 6 46 ms 46 ms 42 ms 7 46 ms 44 ms 46 ms 8 * * * Request timed out. 9 * * * Request timed out. 10 197 ms 209 ms 205 ms LINDEN-RESE.bar1.Phoenix1.Level3.net [] 11 * * * Request timed out. 12 * * * Request timed out. 13 192 ms 190 ms 190 ms sim10441.agni.lindenlab.com [] Trace complete. Should i call my ISP and complain or contact LL? I have hardwired DSL connection , 4mbit download 0.35 mbit upload. Bandwith is setted at 500
  3. I have similar PC, bit older generation overclocked i5 2500k, 16gb ddr3 1600, GTX 970, 250 gb SSD, 40gb SSD for chache only One of most important parts, what most people forget about is.. size and resolution of your display. I can run SL full ultra, with 16x AA and Ambient Oclusion on on 1080p resolution, and even oh highest populated, crowded mesh places, zooming around my camera...GPU usage rare go above 40-50% Nvidia have something new that is called DSR or dinamic scale resolution. Basicly if you have Full HD monitor, you can set custom resolution when enable DSR like 1.2x, 1.5x, 2x.2.5x.4x Graphic card will render much more pixels and display them on your native resolution display. Is not good like buying 1440p or 4k monitor, but image is way shaper and more detailed than with native 1080p. In that way you can ulitize your graphic card 100% in Second Life. Or get some new flashy 1440p monitor. BIggest bottleneck in Second life is internet conenction. You want fast one, wired, not wifi. And if possible, set up your router QoS (quality of service) so your connection have advantage over other ones if you have them at home (phone, tv, laptop etc..) That PC is more than good to run SL with all eye candy, and it will hardly even sweat. Good choice picking up that system EDIT: And get an SSD for your boot-main drive, use that HDD for storage. Biggest upgarade for PC that you will really feel.
  4. dont want to open new thread to share my new expirience. Hope ill get some explanations I have pretty high end Desktop PC, and for now i have relative slow internet connection. My specs are i5 2500k 4.5 ghz 16gb DDR3 1600 CL9 40gb SSD sata 2 for SL chache only 250gb SSD for boot disk, Windows 10 Pro GTX 970 G1 with 373.06 drivers (new drivers are **bleep**ty, downgrades performance because Nvidia want users upgarade on new gen cards) Seasonic S620 PSU Corsair H100 watercooling for now 3.1 download /0.35 upload hardwired ADSL So is pretty high end PC, should have no trouble running SL on max specs. Funny thing is, my native screen resolution is full HD 1080 and running full ultra SL on candy make in high crowded mesh places GPU usage of 30% more less. New Nvidia feature called DSR or dinamic scale resolution, allow us to render higher resolutions than native display one. Basicly is type of AA funny thing.. when i play on 1080p, open statistics bar. I have huge packet losses, sometimes more than 10%. Now when playing in 1440p resolution (2560x1440), rendering avatars and world loading is much faster, and packet loss go back to 0% -1% I tested couple times, and what's bugging me, i cant see how that 2 can be related. I tested LL IP packet loss via CMD command, and is perfectly normal, in Ping test showing me that too. 0% I wonder, how is possible that i have constant 60 FPS on higher resolution, but have problems on my native one. Is there a connection with my graphic card workload 100% and my bandwith, so that cancle packet losses? i set my bandwith slider at 900 kbps big mistery
  5. These days i see lot of "package loss and high ping sim" i test my internet connection to Dallas, and it's showing me 3.1 mbit download and 0.35 upload (yea hilarious i know, i hate you HT-eronet most crappy internet provider in world) well since we still dont have fiber optics in my area, im stuck with this biggest performance issue i have both in FPS drops, and lag is due to that 2 things ping sim, and packet loss (sometimes above 20%) im hardwired to my router, and i have IPTV and one laptop on wifi... I wonder, how much actually internet speed (download upload) affect gameplay and rezzing inworld
  6. Do you overclock that i5 K procesor and Z97 chipset motherboard? (if not, that is huge waste of money) What OS, viewer and amount of memory you have? All guys on windows 10, try this: go in RUN and type: gpedit.msc than go in administrative templates --> Network ----> QoS Packet Scheduler-----> Limint reservable bandwith ---> set this from 80% to 0% also disable some windows stupid spying stuff that eats a lot of bandwith
  7. Silverstone strider is not bad PSU, but for similar price i recommend EVGA Supernova G2 550w fully modular, because it have 7 years warranty. Also dont focus on PSU Wattage, but Amps on 12V Rails that can deliver and efficiency. 450w evga is more powerful than chieftec 600w. That is only label of "contionous or peak wattage" what in reality dont mean almost anything. New skylake arhitecture is not power hungry, and GTX 960 also dont require much power. Important question: What resolution and size is your monitor? If you play on 1080p than GTX 960 with 2gb frame buffer is more than enaugh. But if you ever plan to go higher resolutions like 2560x1800, having 2gb + card can yeald benefit with not much difference in cost. Advice about DDR4 memory speed and latency. DOES not matter. I would go with cheapest pair there, and invest money difference in better GPU and PSU But all together, really good build
  8. I applogize for late replys im not often here on forum... if anyone need any kind of advice, feel free to send me message inworld, glad to help ya all
  9. I dont like that procesor at all. I try it!. Yes it overclocks a good, and is waaay better purchase than and i3 crap. If you on budget, ok, buy it...and when you able replace it with nothing less than i5 4460. SL use multiple threads, so quad core make huge difference (pentium is dual core but yes, really high freq and can be overclocked for cheap) Today the best thing to do is to go with new skylake platform. i5 6400. amazing stuff
  10. sure happy to help ya. Ill dig for parts and send you my recommendations i think Neweeg.ca stands for canada, but hey most of parts will be shipped within few days to you without too much aditional cost. Here is 600$ for you processor: i5 4460 249 USD http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819117302 motherboard 86 USD http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128822 Graphic card: GTX 760 220$ this one if refurbished, buti ll check if have warranty, than go for it! incredible price for amazing gpu http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487035 GTX 760 210$ this is same card, but with referental (stock) cooler, but since this cards run funny low wattage for its preformance, there is no fear of heat. I say go for it http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500306 Power supply : this is ok power supply for this combo and your budget...(most important part of pc, never buy cheap uknown brands!) Evga 500w 60$ http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438016 this is for me good package for 600$ ....add littlebit more for 2 x 4gb ddr3 memory if you dont have it allready, and hard drive On top all that, thing what will probabbly make your pc blazing fast is SSD, you dont need big one, use 60gb one for only windows and some aplications you use. They are cheap these days.
  11. sso happy you are satisfied with this solution...i got so much negative comments from lol...experts in this area.. i should call this thread budget pc build for sl, but back on topic xeon you have will work in full power if you manage to find cheapo p45 chipset motherboard, for example asus p5q or gigabyte ep45 /ds4 or any p45.. than you can OVERCLOCK your cpu to 3.6 or if you have good memory and cooler even up to 4.0 grab nvidia gtx 560 ti and enjoy ultra preformance... i have now asus p5q pro motherboard 30$ x5460 cpu overclocked to 4.0 40$ , and on this freq is on par with i5 2500 that cost 5x more 8 gb ddr2 corsair twinx 40$ gtx 560 ti 448 core 70$ and corsair tx650 psu 50$ i run 2 viewers on ultra, web browser, dj software, blender, photoshop same time....cpu usage is 80% cheers,
  12. agree with everything said in post above mine! dont buy laptops for SL! tell me your budget and ill advice you to buy COMPONENTS, never ever buy brand pc like dell, lenovo etc... go with quad intel, nvidia gtx, and BRAND powersupply, SSD If you short on budget, there is some parts you can get cheap on ebay and save you tons of money (even with warranty)
  13. i honestly advice if you have room and possibility to go with high end desktop pc rather than laptop 2000$ laptop is 10x slower than good builded custom desktop 700$ you get so much more expirience
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