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Poll Results: What is your max download speed?

 
  • 2% (8)
    About 100KB/s
  • 4% (12)
    About 200KB/s
  • 5% (16)
    About 400KB/s
  • 7% (20)
    About 800KB/s
  • 13% (37)
    About 1MB/s
  • 20% (56)
    About 2MB/s
  • 8% (24)
    About 3MB/s
  • 35% (97)
    Over +3MB/s
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post #71 of 143
Quote:
Originally Posted by StormXLR View Post


Shanghai the most technologically advanced city in China is stated to have slowest internet in the PRC. Even slower then Inner Mongolia...
DUCK YOU GREAT FIREWALL OF CHINA !
Highest i got was with Steam 290kb/s during night time in china between 3am to 6 am.
Didn't they just roll out 1 Gigabit speeds in Hong Kong?
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post #72 of 143


I just woke up so I wasn't thinking megaBITS was the poll, but megaBYTES, since you said download speed. I was thinking just straight download. Off of rapidshare with Internet Download manager, I get about 3 megabytes a second. Pretty insane.

On a side note, I didn't know how high my ping was. Odd.

edit:

Just ran the ping test on their sister site and got this:


Well I guess the first one was just a bad server or something.
Edited by keesh - 5/15/11 at 9:54am
    
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post #73 of 143
Quote:
Originally Posted by infested999 View Post
Didn't they just roll out 1 Gigabit speeds in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong has its own ISP as far as i know , not China Telecom/Unicom.Plus it doesn't fall behind the Great Firewall same as Taiwan
Edited by StormXLR - 5/15/11 at 10:09am
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post #74 of 143
I want FiOS back :/

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post #75 of 143
Are those speedtest results really accurate of true download speed? Sure you can download a few MB file at that speed but what about an actual file that's more than a few MB in size? I have friends that have time warner cable and their speedtest results are quite impressive (20+MB/s) but of course in real world applications when they are downloading games from Steam or a large torrent file it's closer to 1-1.5MB/s.

IMO, very few people actually get sustained 3+MB/s download speed consistently, hour after hour and day after day. (of course this is skewed sample as OCN probably has more than avg number of people who have things like FiOS)
Edited by nist7 - 5/15/11 at 10:55am
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post #76 of 143
Quote:
Originally Posted by nist7 View Post
Are those speedtest results really accurate of true download speed? Sure you can download a few MB file at that speed but what about an actual file that's more than a few MB in size? I have friends that have time warner cable and their speedtest results are quite impressive (20+MB/s) but of course in real world applications when they are downloading games from Steam or a large torrent file it's closer to 1-1.5MB/s.

IMO, very few people actually get sustained 3+MB/s download speed consistently, hour after hour and day after day. (of course this is skewed sample as OCN probably has more than avg number of people who have things like FiOS)
I get the speeds I posted (40/10) all day, every day. No exceptions.

But you're right that most ISP's offer something akin to turboboost.
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Edited by BankaiKiller - 5/15/11 at 1:43pm
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post #78 of 143
Qwest sold me 12Mbps download (when I bought the fiber package) and sure enough I do get 12 down (only 896K up though).
Edited by PCCstudent - 5/15/11 at 5:33pm
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wifi 3 floors up....on skype + downloading stuff
 
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post #80 of 143
I chose 200, but I actually get max of 192.
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