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Leatrix Latency Fix  Popular! (More than 5000 hits)

Version: 3.03
by: Leatrix [More]

Introduction

Leatrix Latency Fix reduces your online gaming latency by increasing the frequency of TCP acknowledgements sent to the game server. For the technically minded, this is a program which will modify TCPAckFrequency.

System Requirements
  • Windows (64-bit or 32-bit, Vista SP1+, XP SP3).
Macintosh users should read the guide here.

Installation Instructions

Download, extract and run Leatrix_Latency_Fix_3.x.exe. Click the Install button then restart your computer (or disable/enable your network card). To uninstall, click the remove button and restart your computer. You can watch a short installation video here. For more information, see the FAQ.

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3.03
  • Fixed a situational issue with standalone, public computers.
3.02
  • Fixed a small issue when using Windows XP with standard user rights.
3.01
  • The program status will now ignore network interfaces that don't have a gateway.
3.00
  • Leatrix Latency Fix 3.x is written in Python and supports User Account Control and Administrator rights detection.
2.0.2.0
  • Updated exception handling.
2.0.1.0
  • Simplified the code structure and removed the restart function.
2.00
  • Leatrix Latency Fix 2.x is written in Visual Basic (Microsoft .Net Framework 4 required).
1.23
  • Updated the restart process.
1.22
  • Unknown interfaces will no longer be listed in the checker script.
1.21
  • The checker script will now show interface names.
1.18
  • The checker script will now show IP addresses for modified interfaces.
1.15
  • Added batch support (eg. 'cscript c:\install.vbs') (Administrator rights required).
1.12
  • Added a checker script that will report the installation status.
1.11
  • Added User Account Control support.
1.00
  • First release.
Archived Files (4)
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3.02
5MB
Leatrix
05-11-15 12:54 PM
3.01
5MB
Leatrix
05-11-15 11:31 AM
3.00
5MB
Leatrix
10-28-12 05:16 AM
2.0.2.0
383kB
Leatrix
10-22-12 12:51 PM


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Unread 09-08-09, 07:03 AM  
Recondor
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I went from 200 to 50 stable

Windows 7 x64 beta
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Unread 09-08-09, 06:58 AM  
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from 130ms down to 30ms stable.. that's just fu**ing awesome.
Big creds to ya mate!
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Unread 09-08-09, 06:46 AM  
Seth
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Before: 200-300ms
After: 70-90.
Thanks
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Unread 09-07-09, 04:52 PM  
wazer
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Thanks its amazing!

First of all this vbs script rocks..

I was wondering if you had the time to make a silent vbs script aswell ?. Because i reformat alot and i want everything to silent so that would be awesome if you took the time to do that aswell..

Again thanks for the fantastic script
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Unread 09-01-09, 11:20 AM  
Relic Kylias
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I simply cannot thank you enough. From 140-500+ down to 60-80. Amazing.
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Unread 08-22-09, 03:51 PM  
neze
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from 380-450 To 270-350 and sometimes less.
Windows Xp Sp2
Thank You!
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Unread 08-19-09, 08:01 PM  
Pikarya
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From 256ms to 96ms. I love you. Seriously.
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Unread 07-15-09, 10:05 AM  
shkm
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The difference when using this script is incredible. I've wholeheartedly recommended it to my entire guild. Thank you!

Actually, just realised that you mentioned Blackrock Syndicate. That was my post .
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Unread 06-12-09, 03:00 AM  
Eewokney
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went from 270 to 20 lolz both in dalaran
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Unread 06-11-09, 10:20 AM  
Abelius
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Talking OMG!!!

I've also tested it with FastPath activated... It dropped to an incredible latency value of 34ms!!!!

So I practically went from 175ms to 35ms with these two easy steps, which is even good enough to kick some ass at FPS's as well in WoW.

I cannot understand how I lived without these until now! Thank you!
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Unread 06-11-09, 08:45 AM  
Psychophan7
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While running around Dalaran...
Before: 350ms
After: 130ms
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Unread 06-11-09, 03:14 AM  
Elariah
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Yeah a very good fix. I forgot about this setting in the registry for ages! Reduced my latency from 160-300 to no more than 30-45 now.
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Unread 06-10-09, 08:46 PM  
Caladell
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Thanks for this! Noticed quite the difference on both my computer, and my wife's. Also noticed smaller pings in Team Fortress 2.
Anyway, old ping: typically 200-250, with it going up to 500 some times
New ping: 55-70, and much more consistent speeds
OS: Vista 32 SP1
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Unread 06-10-09, 03:34 PM  
Khuul
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Originally posted by Leatrix
This sounds like a Windows corruption issue.

Click Start > Run, enter regsvr32 VBScript and click Ok.

You should receive a message that it succeeded. If so, try the script again.
Thanks for that, tried it again and worked fine

Before: 150-250
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Unread 06-10-09, 11:52 AM  
Skylinee
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Allright, enough whining from me. Old ping: ~250ms, new: ~40


Thanks for this, i really missed this fix since i switched from XP to Vista.

Edit: OS: Vista 64 Home Basic 64bit
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