Windows 7 ICS high latency on client PC Tags: Windows 7 Windows Vista Networking Last response: February 5, 2010 10:57 AM in Networking Share protokiller February 5, 2010 2:41:04 AM First off I would like to say that this worked fine under Vista. When the main PC has ICS enabled then this causes the client PC to expirence significantly elevated pings in games that use a dedicated server. For example if in a match of tf2 the windows 7 pc may have 70 ping to the server and the client pc may get 130ping, even though the line is obviously capable of 70ms. Under Vista the client pc would almost always get the same ping or somehow lower than the machine giving the internet. This makes no sense, any advice to make the ICS under 7 treat both pcs equally? More about : windows ics high latency client protokiller February 5, 2010 10:57:25 AM I fixed it, I did some googling around and found that Realtek ethernet cards have "issues" with Windows 7, I popped in an old Intel card and now pings are identical or lower than the host machine. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumPlaying WoW over ad hoc, using ICS , getting huge latency spikes. ForumCan't get ICS (Internet connection sharing) to work through a switch ForumNetwork Bridgining ( ICS ) Forum64bit constant lag & high latency despite re-install help needed ForumICS Worked until I configured wireless ForumUsnport.sys high latency stutter problem ForumMy problem with game latency ForumLatency problems ForumAMD Steamroller speculation... and expert conjecture ForumWindows 2000 ICS Issue ForumGraphics problem after new win 7 install ForumPossible MB problem, high DPC latency and CPU load % ForumAD & Slow, high latency WAN ForumLow latency memory performing at high latency ForumICS : Urgent Help Needed, Plzz. ForumCan the ICS DHCP on Win XPPro assign an IP address to a Wi.. ForumHow to setup a 1GB Gigabyte Network ForumNetwork Bridgining (ICS) ForumWindows vista business lost network connection after windows security update ForumConnecting a Domain client to a home Workgroup network More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !