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  • Post your Bandwidth. . . . .

    Just for a little fun, let's see what type of Bandwidth our BleedinEdge members are getting.

    At home, (I have a better connetion at home then at work) I have a 30/2 connection. Below's results are from only my Wireless-G connection, no tweaking, no SRX. Yes, that is @19Mb/s


    For those who want to compare, here is the linkage to the free site: http://myspeed.visualware.com/index.html
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  • #2
    Wow!

    I have better "Quality of Service" and "Max Pause" stats though.
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    • #3
      I had a 5.07/2.16 but I will have to rescan since I have several programs running which could affect it.

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      • #4
        Wired or Wireless? My top on is wireless. I'm tweaking the RWIN settings now. When I go wired, I get almost the full 30Mb/s I am paying for. Totally sick. . . .

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          • #6
            I scaned a couple of times now and I tend to get slightly differnet results each time.
            Still about the same though, ~5.0+/~2.1+, round trip ~18-20 ms, max pause ~80-60 ms, Quality of service 95%-99%.

            I am on a wired connection, Hawk.

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            • #7
              Pretty average for me, I have some Net services enabled on the servers so I might see 30-40 Kpbs more if I disabled them, but I doubt it.

              I can get 6 down....I just wish they had a bigger up that wasn't an arm and a leg.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Hawk
                Wired or Wireless? My top on is wireless. I'm tweaking the RWIN settings now. When I go wired, I get almost the full 30Mb/s I am paying for. Totally sick. . . .
                Mine's wired. Hawk, your connection !!
                I would hate to see the bill, though. I'm on enlisted military pay!

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                • #9
                  Adelphia broadband...peak time right now...may be better later on.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by huncherman
                    Mine's wired. Hawk, your connection !!
                    I would hate to see the bill, though. I'm on enlisted military pay!

                    hahahahaha, actually on 44.95 a month. I've been waiting for Verizon FIOS. They are wiring in the town as we speak. What I have is Cablevision OO v/ BOOST.

                    Basic OO is 15/1
                    Boost is 30/2


                    FIOS, basic is 30/5 for 29.95 a month I cannot wait. . . .

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                    • #11
                      not to bad not as sweet as yours though Hawk
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                      6700K@ 4800Mhz max 4700Mhz Daily - Asus Maximus 8 Hero Alpha ,
                      16G GSkill 3200 cl14 ,
                      M.2 950 Pro and 850 Evo HD's ,
                      Evga 1080 GTX - 2x Asus 24" 2ms ,
                      1050w Seasonic Plat. psu , Cpu - H2O Cooled

                      HTPC: 9550 @ 3000Mhz - Asus P5Q Delx - 4gig OCZ Reaper @ 1130 MHZ - Asus 4890 - HD's -1x Raptor OS 2x WD 1 TB - 700w TT mod psu - 46" Sony KDL XBR9 -Yamaha RX-V1900



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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by RyderOCZ
                        Pretty average for me, I have some Net services enabled on the servers so I might see 30-40 Kpbs more if I disabled them, but I doubt it.

                        I can get 6 down....I just wish they had a bigger up that wasn't an arm and a leg.
                        ADSL you have if I recall correctly - max you would get DOWN with ADSL2+ is 24 Mb/s but sadly no more then present restriction of ADSL on the UP side ~1 Mb/s max.

                        VDSL if properly implemented and IF big IF, it is ever offered could provide 16 Mb/s UP and 52Mb/s down - gut felling is it ain't coming our ways anytime soon however.

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                        • #13
                          Iím on DSL, and thatís about all I know. It was difficult to find the info, but according to their website, I see this info. 768 Kbps / 128 Kbps. I see most in this thread on download speeds expressed in mbps. Is my connection rather slow for DSL?
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                          • #14
                            I live on the boarder of a national forest. My phone line has a 19k cap on it. I have been doing without for a LONG time. My work sent a wireless card home with me for my laptop. I'm not close enough for the EVDO tower, but I am close enough for the "dial up" site... no games, but I can communicate.



                            Nasty isn't it?

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                            • #15
                              @wingspar

                              I don't think so.

                              Common DSL is (I believe) slower than most cable and more advanced DSL connections.

                              I am frankly surprised at my 2 mbs upload, since that appears to be the best upload among the respondents.

                              @allthatwhichis

                              YEESH! :shivers:

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