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Internet works fine except for certain apps

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    For a long time now i have had a few issues with my internet when it comes to just a few specific applications. My Discord chat app only works 50% of the time, the rest of the time, I, aswell as everyone else in the server, sound like robots and it is impossible to use. Dota 2 - works 75% of the time, get random insane lag spikes for 30 minutes at a time where i have literally got 15 seconds delay. Counter strike CSGO - again works perfectly, except, i get randomly disconnected from the server every 20 mins. The reason im writing here is because this problem seems like its something specific, with all the above examples, every single other aspect of my internet is working perfectly fine at the time the issues are happening - the speed is at a constant 52 mb/s dl and 10 mb/s upload. Can download anything very fast, can browse any website or load any video etc etc. Any ideas what it could be?? It happens whether i am plugged in via router or directly plugged into the socket!!
     
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    Just to update, ran some tests today whilst the ingame lag was happening - netflix works perfectly, youtube etc etc speedtest.net shows 52 mb/s. GPU temperature still at a steady 52 degrees. The in-game delay does not go away at all, until i restart the game, then its fine again for 10 mins or so. I can't get my head around this
     
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