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If it's an Intel wifi chip, have you tried the latest drivers from Intel for it? IntelÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â® Driver & Support Assistant
If it happens to be the MediaTek one then that seems to be a newer issue to me. I get random internet lock ups on my Strix G15. Have to reboot the laptop. See my other post for more details on that.
I tend to agree with Murph9000, try updating the drivers first.
4 weeks ago
I am having the same issues.
Firstly, if it is possible use ethernet. From my testing the ping spikes are caused by the wi-fi card scanning for nearby networks periodically, causing the spikes. I found this out by pinging my router and then opening the wifi tab in windows, and without fail the ping would always spike the second I opened the tab.
Secondly, update your network card drivers. Mine is the mediatek wifi6 MT7921. You can find the drivers in AsusOne, under the LiveUpdate tab in customer support.
Finally, use WLAN optimizer. I don't have a link but you can just look it up online. Run it and enable "streaming mode". This eliminated the ping spikes so long as you do not open the wifi tab (which would then cause it to scan for networks and therefore ping spikes).