I play MP FPS 8 to 12 hours a day, You might say I am a bit of an addict. I run Windows 7 X64 Ultimate and my Cox FIOS connection is over 52Mbit down and and 5.4 Up (1 Minute sustained test--they use to give me over 2MB up!!!). In the TCP Optimzer under Advanced Settings there is a sub setting called Gaming Tweak - Disable Nagle's Algorithm. The "Optimal Settings" have everything as N/A
Phillip (forum Admin) said do not disable it under normal use. But normal use probably doesn't include heavy gamers like me! And I do have sporadic hit detection while plaing intense games like BC2 and worse problems in COD--despite the fact that I've optimized the settings on those games. So I wanted to know if I should pick "disable" on all the settings instead?