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Authored by: Whosawhatsis on Jun 08, '06 05:39:43PM

It's probably not a CPU issue, but a network issue. Because there's little or no buffering, it's extremely vulnerable to dropped/delayed packets. If you can, prioritize this traffic in your router's QoS settings.

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