said by DrDrew: said by ikyuaoki:
With TCP disabled nagle, i gets lower latency where i am gaming, however that disabled TCP nagle does not produced any inefficient issues for me. silly window problem is not happening anymore where i did tested with disabled TCP window settings that i was getting around 20Mbits downstream that does not affected me at all.
BTW, what do you mean exactly by "disabled TCP window settings"? TCP window settings are a set size or set to auto/OS controlled. A setting of "disabled" doesn't make sense. What does a current "tweak" test show? Can you post a screenshot?
that TCP window settings is autotuninglevel set that found in the netsh command sets in windows vista, 7 and 8
that netsh context tcp settings lists below here.
autotuninglevel - One of the following values:
disabled: Fix the receive window at its default
highlyrestricted: Allow the receive window to
grow beyond its default value, but do so
restricted: Allow the receive window to grow
beyond its default value, but limit such
growth in some scenarios.
normal: Allow the receive window to grow to
accomodate almost all scenarios.
experimental: Allow the receive window to grow
to accomodate extreme scenarios.