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when wifi is on my fps drops when turned off goes to normal

Discussion in 'Games' started by prendimario, Jan 28, 2018.

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  1. prendimario

    prendimario Thread Starter

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    hello
    i bought a gaming laptop from 2 months and just yesterday while playing a sound came from the laptop and after my game started lagging badly i first thought it was internet slow but it was not my internet was ok. i started using other games and the same was there. So i used many thing ti fix but nothing was working i updatet everything the drivers was ok i did data reset but nothing happened. The only way i can achive my good gaming performance and high fps was disconecting from wifi.Can anyone help me fix this problem i have tryed malware bytes nothing solved i have tryed playing singleplayer games with wifi on they lagg hard is just when i turn internet off that the fps go up and i can play normaly
    how do i fix this
    my laptop is lenovo legion y520 80 kw
    core i7 7700
    nvidia gtx 1050ti
    ram 8 gb
    1 tera hard disk
    things i used
    malwarebytes several times
    reset data saving some games
    some antiviruses
    and set laptop to best performace
    updatet drivers and updatet windows 10
    please help
    thing l did not try
    full data reset and fabric data rest
    and formating laptop
     
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