That did not seem to have an effect. If it helps the laptop is also running an Intel Graphics HD 630 with the Nvidia 1060. If I change Chrome to use OpenGL and VP9 the performance goes up , except for a few titles. Could there be a problem with my how system does h.264 ?
I think it might be. I tried switch from wifi to lan playing Grid and its the first time I haven't had single lag spike or packet drop. I will test with another machine but yeah i think the wifi card might be faulty. I am using a Google Wifi router with the gaming mode turned on.
Go to your nvidia control panel --> Manage 3D- Settings --> Programm Settings --> Choose Google Chrome (chrome.exe)
--> Power Managment Mode: Choose "Prefer Maximal Performance" --> Low Latency Mode: Choose "Ultra" --> safe
that worked fine for me and i can play in 4K and without lags!