Tune In: 

Find us on TuneIn under "Sanitarium.FM" (Amazon Echo users: Ask Alexa to 'Play Sanitarium.FM on TuneIn'), or use our Web Player to tune in here:

Pop-out HTML5 Player
HTML5 Player has reduced functionality.

Top Ten Show

with DJ Autobot

Or use these links to tune in via your preferred player:


 JetAudio, WinAmp, VLC and most other players:
High QualityMobile / Low Bandwidth
 Windows Media Player:
High QualityMobile / Low Bandwidth

How do I listen to you guys? - FAQ

As of 17 Oct 2018 4:18:02 BST

 You are not logged in. 

 Upcoming Shows 

  • 0:00 - Auto DJ
  • 3:00 - Auto DJ
  • 6:00 - Auto DJ
  • 9:00 - Auto DJ
  • 12:00 - Auto DJ
  • 15:00 - Auto DJ
  • 18:00 - Auto DJ
  • 21:00 - Auto DJ

 Support The Sanitarium.FM! 

Become a Patron!
Or donate to us via PayPal:

 S.FM on Minecraft! 

Status: Online
Host: sanitarium.fm
Port: 25565
Ping: 39 ms
Players: 1/50

Red Dead Redemption II by Rockstar Games

Sanitarium.FM, Made With Real Cheese.
Sanitarium.FM Site Search:  
Or click here to search the Forum.
PUBG’s Lag Issues Not Fully Sorted Until June Bluehole Says

A recent patch to Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has unfortunately come with an unintended side-effect. While it might have improved overall game performance some players have reported that the game is now randomly disconnecting them and giving fairly noticeable lag spikes following the update on Thursday.


As is the way of the Internet, there’s already been a great many angry Reddit posts made with players threatening to quit the game in big numbers. Developer Bluehole have now come out and taken to Twitter to assure players that yes they’re working on it. They are going to be making some server changes to try and alleviate some problems, but they have admitted that unfortunately that’s not going to be the end of it as it won’t “fully fix the issue”.



Seems that some hardcore server overhauls will be needed to properly nip all the lag problems in the bud once and for all. That’s going to take them some time to do though, so they’re encouraging Battlegrounds players to help speed it up by disabling custom startup parameters, and then by submitting their computer’s system specs if they’ve been having issues in this special support thread. They’re hoping this will help them narrow down the issues at certain tiers of the computer machine hierarchy so they can start working on fixes and hopefully get the problems mostly if not fully sorted out by June’s update where players should hopefully see a “bigger improvement” over the quick-fix server changes.


So unfortunately a little bit of patience is needed, but at least Bluehole are communicating with their community. That can only work in their favour.

May 28th, 2017 by
This entry was posted on Sunday, May 28th, 2017 at 11:08 pm and is filed under Gaming, General, PC. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.


There are no comments yet for this post.

 Leave A Reply 

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

:D :) ;) :( :o :shock: :? More smilies »