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cyberfox2004

Speed Test and test your connection speed! By measuring the download and upload rate from the following locations you are able to accurately judge your current line throughput or internet connection speed.

http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/

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adrynalyne

Fixed my speed test issues.

 

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Circaflex

Download Speed: 6204 kbps (775.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 361 kbps (45.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

comcast cable

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xpgeek

Download Speed: 28477 kbps (3559.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 1836 kbps (229.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Optimum Online Boost.

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Koolslacker

I am at work and the results are

Download Speed: 21118 kbps (2639.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 7116 kbps (889.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

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tlogank

Man, some of you get some incredible speeds. Mine are:

Download Speed: 6308 kbps (788.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 535 kbps (66.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

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sn00pie

Download Speed: 3626 kbps (453.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 293 kbps (36.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

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Gazza12

Download Speed: 486 kbps (60.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 223 kbps (27.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

I'm in UK though, and I chose NY!

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mikey

Download Speed: 912 kbps (114 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 359 kbps (44.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Slightly worrying because im paying for 10Mbit

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laz45

Download Speed: 15480 kbps (1935 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 2053 kbps (256.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

RoadRunner/BrightHouse

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D!ABOL!C

Download Speed: 4315 kbps (539.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 354 kbps (44.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

With Roadrunner. I wish they would speed our uploads up just a little bit, maybe double it to 786kbps. Doubt it though.

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giantsnyy

Comcast HSI

Download Speed: 8414kbps (1051.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 353kbps (44.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

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super_evil_8_ball

Download Speed: 468 kbps (58.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 344 kbps (43 KB/sec transfer rate)

Direcway Satellite Access (during peak times :blush: )

Second Test (couple minutes later)

Download Speed: 629 kbps (78.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 470 kbps (58.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

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Windam

Comcast

4599 down speed 210 upload

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CCtaylor

Last Result:

Download Speed: 28247 kbps (3430.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 1832 kbps (229 KB/sec transfer rate)

Optimum Online

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jmhnzax

Download Speed: 1107 kbps (138.4 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 113 kbps (14.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

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DouglasLWarren

Download Speed: 13212 kbps (1651.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 351 kbps (43.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Insight Cable

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Lifes Lemon

Download Speed: 669 kbps (83.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 288 kbps (36 KB/sec transfer rate)

Not too chabby :cool:

My ping on CSS is usually in the 10's as well. I <3 my computer :D

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Rudie32

Download Speed: 15159 kbps (1894.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 704 kbps (88.1 KB/sec transfer rate)

Comcast

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MrWatchDawg

where is that at because comcast indallas just doesnt upload that fast?

-Mo

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hotdog666al

Download Speed: 1958 kbps (244.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 236 kbps (29.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

:alien:

My upload sucks dick I want an upgrade.

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dj6ross

Download Speed: 2874 kbps (359.3 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 237 kbps (29.6 KB/sec transfer rate)

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Yusuf M.

Download Speed: 1775 kbps (221.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 380 kbps (47.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

I'm on a 54.0Mbps wireless connection. I'll test my main connection later.

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Got3n

Ehh not bad but it could be better, I used the dallas data center

Download Speed: 31607 kbps (3950.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 6244 kbps (780.5 KB/sec transfer rate)

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P.M.K

Download Speed: 1279 kbps (159.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 158 kbps (19.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Australian ADSL sucks big time!

Got3n™ I don't like clowns either.

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bsquirle

Last Result:

Download Speed: 3398 kbps (424.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

Upload Speed: 415 kbps (51.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

(Using NY mirror)

Belgium - Belgacom ADSL Go

(I pay for: 4 Mbps down & 256 Kbps up, router tells me I have 4640 kbps down & 512 kbps up)

/me is not complaining... :)

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