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Terrigamer

im gettin a measly 734.1 kbps :sleeping:

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Roger H.

this is 4PM EST and i get 1203Kbps . kinda slow for my cable but oh well.. i'll try at like 1AM again or something.

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Terrigamer

hey ive got dsl right now, pretty slow, im gettin cable installed tomorrow and only one of my neighbours has cable from the same company (to my knowledge). will it be faster than my current connection either way?

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xelencin

Ah i remember those days =(

I used to have a 1.5mb/1.5mb line but since then our isp, road runner, has changed. Ever since they introducted busniess class they have downgraded our speed and now its only 250k down and 50k, what kinda crap is that....

im not sure what the proper term is, but what i mean by k is like when im downlading in IE, the fastest it can go is 250k/s, and the fastest i can send files to people is at 50k/s

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CrowaX

Thats nothing. Im getting a blazing 52.2kbs. :ponder:

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freeza

1198.2 kbps lol

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IgwanaRob

4:30 PM - my connection is dragging a little bit (the upload is usually closer to 950kbps) :

Using the hidden east-coast NJ server at http://www.dslreports.com/stest?loc=3 :

Test running..........

** Speed 3558(down)/758(up) kbps **

(At least 71 times faster than a 56k modem)

Finish.

Your download speed : 3558270 bps, or 3558 kbps.

Browsers would show : about a 434.3 k/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 758437 bps, or 758 kbps.

Your connection rocks .. above the 1mbit barrier!

Using the second NJ server at http://www.dslreports.com/stest?loc=4) :

Test running..........

** Speed 3034(down)/822(up) kbps **

(At least 60 times faster than a 56k modem)

Finish.

3400 @ 4:40PM using http://www.computingcentral.com/internet/speedtest.asp

*added 12:46am 1/25 - This is on Optimum Online - cable)

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BroChaos

big discrepancy(sp?) between the 2. the msn one got 960kbps, and got 2604kbps from the bandwidth place one. last i knew, i was on a T3. :ponder:

ciao!

joe

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freeza

Results

Your raw speed was 1185528.22 bits per second.

There are 3 meaningful ways we can interpret this number:

Communications

1.2 megabits per second

How communication devices are rated. Kilo means 1,000 and mega means 1,000,000. Examples include 56k modem and 10Mbit Ethernet

Storage

144.7 kilobytes per second

The way data is measured on your hard drive and how FTP programs measure transfer speeds. Kilo is 1,024 and mega is 1,048,576.

1MB file download

7.1 seconds

The time it would take you to $fileTransfer a 1 megabyte file at this speed.

DSL Internet speeds in Western US

average

your speed

56K modem

compared to all connection types worldwide yours is fantastic

im sure it'll go way up tonight ;)

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BigRico

2.7 megabits per second

Test was run @5:36 Pm EST on Bandwidthplace.com

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MrObvious2U

When cable internet access first became available here, i was getting 4.8 megabits per second on download speeds. but then again, i was one of four people on the node. now, with 27 people on the node, according to my cable company, i now get a little over 2 megabits per second. a big dropoff, but still much better than the old dialup so i won't complain. these tests were always run at pcpsitop.com.

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tronmaster

Ack! Area code 808.

DSL - 385k at work.

Gonna try it at home later and see how it goes.

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uniacid

Your raw speed was 1192531.28 bits per second.

There are 3 meaningful ways we can interpret this number:

Communications

1.2 megabits per second

How communication devices are rated. Kilo means 1,000 and mega means 1,000,000. Examples include 56k modem and 10Mbit Ethernet

Storage

145.6 kilobytes per second

The way data is measured on your hard drive and how FTP programs measure transfer speeds. Kilo is 1,024 and mega is 1,048,576.

1MB file download

7 seconds

DSL :s heh hope i can get cable soon :D

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Hawkeye

This one is from Bandwidth Place:

Your raw speed was 2910252.5 bits per second.

There are 3 meaningful ways we can interpret this number:

Communications

2.9 megabits per second

How communication devices are rated. Kilo means 1,000 and mega means 1,000,000. Examples include 56k modem and 10Mbit Ethernet

Storage

355.3 kilobytes per second

The way data is measured on your hard drive and how FTP programs measure transfer speeds. Kilo is 1,024 and mega is 1,048,576.

1MB file download

2.9 seconds

The time it would take you to $fileTransfer a 1 megabyte file at this speed.

This one is from PC Pitstop (the Extreme Bandwidth test):

Text Block Size 5000 KB

Download Time 12428 ms

Receive Buffer 371712 bytes

Transmission Speed 3219 Kb/s

Let the jealousy begin! :evil:

By the way, I can take screenshots the next time I do these tests, in case you guys don't believe me. ;)

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DigitalDJ

ARGH noooooooooooooooooooooo......512kbps :(

Damn Telstra :mad:

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aco
Originally posted by DigitalDJ45

ARGH noooooooooooooooooooooo......512kbps :(

Damn Telstra :mad:

It'll be uncapped soon if you havent heard already, but the 3GB cap will still be there. :(

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kirsh321

The downloads are good for DSL but uploads are pretty bad. Its a hell of a lot better than dial-up though. ANd my town is suing AT&T because they broke their contract here and didnt provide cable.

** Speed 1340(down)/235(up) kbps **

(At least 26 times faster than a 56k modem)

Finish.

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autodefe

let's show off our bandwidth!

1303kbps

meh.. another producting thread that i'm contributing to!

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