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post #31 of 239
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Originally Posted by revolink24 View Post





Wow, I didn't know that Bangkok was less than 50 miles from Canada!

I didn't have any clue Thailand had this fast connections. When I lived in Bangkok getting a 4mb connection that was stable was already very difficult (and expensive), on the other hand, that was 5 years ago.
 

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holy s***

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Maybe because I'm on my wifi connection at my house and I get only 2 bars on average?

post #34 of 239
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post #35 of 239

Heres mine via Virgin media 50Mb cable, soon to be 100Mb.

 

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Results for speedtest    #XXXXXXXXXXXXX

Date of Speed Test: 2010-10-25 18:18:38
Download Speed: 51396 kbps (6424.5 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 1615 kbps (201.9 KB/sec transfer rate)

Edited by anadin - 10/25/10 at 3:11pm
post #36 of 239
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Originally Posted by beamthegreat View Post

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I'm at 9.5-10Mb/s Down and .9-1.0 Up. 

post #37 of 239

How do the pixels even have enough time to change at that speed?

And I used to complain about 4Mbps. 

You can read the credits of a movie before it finishes downloading 

 

Is that really an actual number? I didn't know that companies even output at that speed.

 

Try PCPitstop and see if you yield the same results.

post #38 of 239
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Originally Posted by immtbiker View Post

How do the pixels even have enough time to change at that speed?

And I used to complain about 4Mbps. 

You can read the credits of a movie before it finishes downloading 

 

Is that really an actual number? I didn't know that companies even output at that speed.

 

Try PCPitstop and see if you yield the same results.



Most likely that's either photoshopped or someone connected directly to the speedtest server in question via gigabit ethernet.

post #39 of 239

 

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Work

 

Edit: Not as busy in the early evenings.

 

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Edited by balderon - 10/26/10 at 4:56pm
post #40 of 239

251ms ping? Ouch.

post #41 of 239
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Originally Posted by revolink24 View Post

251ms ping? Ouch.

 

Yeah. I am in Arizona and the number of nodes between AZ and the gateway in LA is rather lengthy.

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post #44 of 239

Speedtest.net has been gamed. For a lot of ISPs it reports thoroughly insane numbers. Some sort of transparent proxying is going on at the router level.

 

 

fwiw, I pay for 15mbps up and down, and i routinely get those actual rates downloading from well-connected sites.

post #45 of 239

The lucky thing in Korea is that you get a broadband connection just anywhere in the country for a not so expensive price. Rural place, city, outside, inside no matter where at least 5Mbps down. 

 

 

or is that the same in the other countries?

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