gszero

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About gszero

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  1. From what I gather. The software is supposed to stop the connection after the game session ends. So it attempts to find a new server once a match is over. It does this all the time for lets say Overwatch. And when a new match is found it finds a new close server to connect to again. However, it never does this for Smite. When you first launch Smite. It connects and finds a server. This is great. But once the match comes to an end it stays connected forever. Never ending the outfox session. It still thinks the match is playing, This is fine since it still corrects high pings for some locations you connect to. The problem occurs when after an hour has elapsed. The graph starts to bug out. Flickering and when you close the Smite game all together. If it gets to this flickering state. The Out Fox software will not close. Needs to be forced closed and then it will no longer re open. Becomes unusable until you restart the computer.
  2. So I have been using this for a bit now the trial so far. And it does work. But not as advertised nor as what is shown in the graph you provide. For example, I get an average ping of 80 in Overwatch. With Outfox I get an average of 58-63 very good improvement. Now that is great and all but Outfox in the app claims my ping is 34-42 and jumps between those numbers. This however is not the case at all. I wish I was getting the ping Outfox thinks I am getting but it is not. Is there a reason for this or am I reading this wrong? The main game I want this for is Smite. I get 85-110ms ping in there and with Outfox it drops to 70 and hovers around there. That is amazing but again. It says I am getting 45 ping. Not even close to whats being advertised to me.