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in In-Game Help by (120 points)

I'm having quite terrible lag while hosting a Multiplayer world, doesn't matter the player count I'm just always lagging or getting lags spikes while building, running around, harvesting, placing conveyors, etc.

Extra Info: 

Video Settings

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PC Specs:
CPU: AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core

RAM: 16GB DDR4

OS: 64 Bit Windows 10

Graphics Card: Geforce GTX 1050Ti Overclocked

Any help would be lovely, Thank you.

also I have a windows key im too lazy to activate it.

by (7k points)
the weak single core performance of amd fx probably doesnt make matters better. I'd strongly consider upgrading :)

1 Answer

+3 votes
by (760 points)

Try setting in Options -> Gameplay:
- Send Gameplay Data OFF

- Network Quality ULTRA

This should greatly help

by (120 points)
I'll try it out thanks.
by (1.1k points)
its weird because i had those settings on even before but after this recent update the lag started, some bugs appeared as well, in my case its not too annoying really
by (760 points)
Would still be not a bad idea to try it out ;)
by (100 points)
Just a guess, but I would also drop the view distance from Ultra. I have a great GPU so Ultra graphics works great. However, I speculate that a lower render distance means that the network can prioritise the positions of objects closer to my location. At the end of the day its the unreal engine and there are probably some network performance optimisations in terms of "actor replication" at play. I have also read some discussion about building lots of walls around your factory areas so the system can ignore a lot of objects. No idea if it works.
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