For no reason i just started lagging in game. I never had this problem before. I tried everything i could, choosing different ports for the ethernet cable, using less ethernet cable, using a different ethernet cable, turning off the modem, turning off the pc when i play.. none of this works.
I haven't done anything different, i just turn on the 360 and play, but now the lag spikes occur and at times no one can hear me through my mic, it would i say im talking on screen but no one hears me..
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This could happen for many reasons. It could be other people using up all you internet. If possible connect your xbox directly to your router or modem and see if that fixes the problem. If not use speedtest.net and see if the speed you are getting is what you are paying for.
Depending on your model, this is caused by visual post-processing which may introduce lag. Many LCD diplays have a "game mode" setting make sure this is on when playing your Xbox 360 through this LCD TV. Also, depending on your model of TV, there are motion enhancers (usually proprietary e.g. LG calls its TruMotion) which can also introduce lag; these should be turned off while playing. Another step that should be followed, is to turning off any set video setting in the Xbox's configuration (i.e. turning off any set video output such as 480p, 720p, 1080i, etc.) and setting it to "Optimal Resolution". This should allow for native video output instead of possibly upscaling which would in turn induce lag.
This should correct you lag issue for most common LCD TV's.
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This may be because of HDMI, but I have seen this happen on other TVs that use coax cables. It may be your controller is getting old. If you can afford it, try replacing the controller or get the HDMI connector for the xbox 360.
performance may be due to traffic bursts from the xbox. One thing you can try is to decrease the encryption to a low setting as a test and see what happens. You also may want a higher powered router if you want to get the best out of the experience. Try to guage your speed and data rate over the wireless and if possible compare with a friends setup.
Many routers need to be optimized for xbox connections or you will have serious latency problems. You can find out how to do this by going to the manufacturer of your routers homepage and search support for "xbox."
Some ways to get rid of your lag is to change internet service providers. If you have a wireless adapter, you may also want to get a new router. If you also have an older router, you may need to change that even you don't use the wireless internet. And for the overheating 360, it should not get hot after that amount of time. Move away from your tv, put it on a flat hard surface.(Not Carpet!), and move it away from a wall that might be preventing it's ventilation.