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Home/World latency and adjusting for it with Haste

Postby Fetzie » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:43 am

In Wrath it was fairly simple - look at the number with ms behind it and adjust accordingly. Now we have "Home" and "World" latencies, which of the two should I look at when fine-tuning my DPS rotations? What is the actual difference? From what I understand the "Home" latency is basically for the chat and the "World" latency is for the character movement and action performance. Is this the case, and should I even worry about it with my average latency hardly ever above 11 ms?
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Re: Home/World latency and adjusting for it with Haste

Postby Pizbit » Sat Jul 23, 2011 11:03 pm

Pyrea wrote:In Wrath it was fairly simple - look at the number with ms behind it and adjust accordingly. Now we have "Home" and "World" latencies, which of the two should I look at when fine-tuning my DPS rotations? What is the actual difference? From what I understand the "Home" latency is basically for the chat and the "World" latency is for the character movement and action performance. Is this the case, and should I even worry about it with my average latency hardly ever above 11 ms?



11ms? Is this post a joke? You latency is nowhere near even close to be an noticeable let alone an issue.
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Re: Home/World latency and adjusting for it with Haste

Postby Fetzie » Sun Jul 24, 2011 1:30 am

When I did this in wrath I had a 200-350 ms latency.

let me reformulate my question to make it a bit clearer. Which latency is the one to look at with respect to haste adjustments?
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Re: Home/World latency and adjusting for it with Haste

Postby Jeremoot » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:33 am

If you have under 100ms latency, you don't need to worry about it. World latency affects combat.
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