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Wow, am I the fastest here? Meh.

Your download speed : 2661541 bps, or 2661 kbps.

A 324.8 KB/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 251968 bps, or 251 kbps.

That's during peak hours, too.

Cox High Speed Internet @ Phoenix, Arizona 3000/300 advertised. Very reliable. ONLY $39.99 USD / Month. Excellent.

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Wow, am I the fastest here? Meh.

Your download speed : 2661541 bps, or 2661 kbps.

A 324.8 KB/sec transfer rate.

Your upload speed : 251968 bps, or 251 kbps.

That's during peak hours, too.

Cox High Speed Internet @ Phoenix, Arizona 3000/300 advertised. Very reliable. ONLY $39.99 USD / Month. Excellent.

wow, thats nice.

download speed: 80 kbps

upload speed: 50 kbps

1000/500 Shaw Cable @ Vancouver

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768 kbps down - 128 kbps up. Verizon DSL, and im like 100 feet from the network interface... it's aiight, but i want cable - 1.5 mpbs down, 256 kbps up :D

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Cable: optimum online

Fastest dl: I think something between 700kbs and and 1mb

fastest ul: 115kbs and average 100kbs

Dl are the same all the time even during peak.

Have you guys tested your bandwidth at pc pitstop? cuase it says "Transmission Speed 2717 Kb/s" for me

and for upload around 900kbs but howcome i can't send at that speed. I also called optimum and the guy told me that upload speed at 900kbs sounds about right. is there a tweak or something to allow upload speed that high and get higher dl speeds? also does neone know how bandwitdth much games upload donwloads take up?

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hm... it seems most people dont know or are ignorant of the difference between kilobits and kilobytes.

I have cable, Charter Gold.

768 kilobits/sec down 128 kilobits/sec up (I get max DL at 120 k/s and upload at 16 k/s). Stupid Charter and their caps. 15 mi north of me people get Roadrunner with around 2 mbit down and somewhere between 256 and 512 kbit up for $5 less a month then i pay for charter.

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ISP- Speede or Golden.

Average Dowload speed - 180kb/s

Highest download speed - 220kb/s

Upload speed 80kb/s

Highest Upload Speed- 110kb/s

No Caps Unlimited download and Upload.

Price- 34$ CAD.

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OptusNet Cable Internet

Average Download Speed: 900-1000MB/s

Fastest Download Speed: 1280MB/s (Thoeractical 10Mbit maximum)

Upload Speed:

Havn't tested but it's 64Kbit

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From www.pcpitstop.com DSL download test

btw my ISP is Bell Sympatico

Download

Download Size 200 KB

Download Time 1657 ms

Receive Buffer default size

Transmission Speed 966 Kb/s

Upload

Upload Speed 135 Kb/s

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300-350kb down

30-35kb up

cox cable in new housing community.

everything is fiber optic.

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Work: 2 mbs SDSL.

Average download speed 250 kb/s :D

Home: Cable

768 kb/s down

256 kb/s up :(

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Work: 2 mbs SDSL.

Average download speed 250 kb/s :D

Home: Cable

768 kb/s down

256 kb/s up :(

You make that sound bad....I'd be ecstatic to have a conn like that!

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work: t3 connection need I say more

home :

2.5 down

368 up

if what keldyn says is true then i'm a whopper :woot: :jump: lol

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Remember guys. The faster you download. The bigger your penis is.

:rolleyes:

I thought it was the other way around? (ie. the faster you d/l, the smaller your penis is)

You know, the whole "gotta compensate for something" syndrome.

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Remember guys. The faster you download. The bigger your penis is.

:rolleyes:

I thought it was the other way around? (ie. the faster you d/l, the smaller your penis is)

You know, the whole "gotta compensate for something" syndrome.

And why then do you have all your pc specs in your sig? :rolleyes:

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Connection: 512k ADSL (Bostream Sweden)

Average speed: 50-60kbp/s

The speed is enough for me, but I got pretty tempted when I saw that my provider will offer 26Mbit soon.. will only be around $15 extra a month... we'll see if I take it.

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Remember guys. The faster you download. The bigger your penis is.

:rolleyes:

I thought it was the other way around? (ie. the faster you d/l, the smaller your penis is)

You know, the whole "gotta compensate for something" syndrome.

And why then do you have all your pc specs in your sig? :rolleyes:

/shrug Cause everyone else does, i s'pose. Not that I have a pc to brag about anyway....

there, took 'em out..... :p

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optimum online:

usually: 300 kBps

fast: 500 kBps

fastest: 1 mBps (once on one server)

depends on the server, i dont upload big files (>50 kB) so i dont really know wut it is)

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t2 connection: at my friends place (crazy speeds - both upload and download - no wonder a lot of people in the building run webservers)

maybe i'll put a second cheap linux box to run as server :)

and regular cable at mine (160kb/sec tops)

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Optusnet Cable

Virtually uncapped speed but my guess would be 3mbps connection.

Downloading usually around 100-500kb/sec depending on traffic, averaging 300kb/sec download speed :cool:

The bad news is pathetic 3gb monthly download allowance limit. :angry: :crazy:

This is gotta be joke on broadband connection. Even I can download more than 3gb on 56k dialup

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