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(Test) How fast is your connection?


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audioscheine    0

Go to Cnet and test your bandwith and post it on neowin.

its a good old time race. who's the fastest.

This is what i got

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Gary_Player    0

At my uni, in the middle of the night when all the idiots are asleep and all the lovely bandwidth is mine I get ~4,500

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Chosen One    9

Mine

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FrAxElAnK    0

I have Comcast cable modem and am supposed to be getting 4Mbps. CNET says my connection is 4.3Mbps and DSLReports.com says my connection is 3.4Mbps Hmmmmmmm

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Rahul    0

hey m?n nobody say"who is your daddy"its mah sugnature catchline & if ya dont stop then ill "Kick your ass for FREE"

;))

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david    51

:-\

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david    51

:-\

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bsquirle    0

CNET:

972.4 Kbps - You

another speedtest from my country

Your current download speed:

2778kbit/s

or

347kbyte/s

Your current upload speed:

107kbit/s

or

13kbyte/s

I think we should trust the second one ;)

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pimpinhondacivic    0

you can fake the cnet test so badly LOL

just type in whatever you want for your kbps at the end of the addy on the results page.. LOL :p

but what i got for a real test:

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Bushrat    0

Your Info

^ Check that out , it has heaps of stuff to check things etc

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incubusdaemon    0

I'm on a 1Gbps subnet here on my campus. (hurrah for attending one of the schools that invented the internet).

Anyway, the DSLReports speedtest tells me that it doesn't report a sensible result, but looking at the URL i'm getting about 590Mbps down and 340Mbps up... (~75MB/40MB), which is from a local speedtest site on the same regional backbone. I obviously can't sustain that in large tranfers, but it does mean the majority of my web surfing time is spent rendering the HTML. We're allowed 5GB of data transfer a week, which means at full blast I can eat up my weekly bandwith in about 70 seconds.

my ethernet connection can download almost 5 times faster than my IDE channel can transport data :D :wacko:

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morkuma    0

pwned.

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GUNNER    8

:D

28.8 Kbps Dial-up 28.8k

33.6 Kbps Dial-up 33.6k

53.3 Kbps Dial-up 56k

384.0 Kbps DSL/Cable 384k

768.0 Kbps DSL/Cable 768k

1500.0 Kbps Cable/DSL 1.5Mbps

2374.9 Kbps - You 2374.9 kbps

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Hurmoth    518

I wish I had a connection like that :woot:

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Liquid    4

THis is not ym real speed but heh

:ninja:

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morkuma    0
THis is not ym real speed but heh

:ninja:

haha yeah, i was just doing that.

superduper doesn't work

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liquidtrance123    0

2.15Mbps / 768k up baby! :) i need 1.5up for my webserver :(

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mlerner    0

Suppose to be 2.5 mbps but my modem is crap.

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mlerner    0

From my local test site

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speedy_kevin    1

:(

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Gromvar    0

2734.6 Kbps

I didn't want to attach an image.

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yert*    0

school's T1 :( Yours ?473 down

?1040 up

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