So if I cold at least get DOCSIS 3.0 speeds...that'd be great.
That's great maybe now BT can uncap my fibre
Cool, they can replace my line with that now that my 26mbps line does 3mbps max..
anyone else notice the black cap in the second picture says FAP? lol
Jose Francisco Barrundia
shhhh 512kbs rules vos Okendo OO
It means nothing if they can't get it in my home :(
Well I have 50 mbps down and 35 up but few sites I up or download from have even 1/5 the speed. Steam max download at 7.2mbps the fastest I have ever got is when Defiance updates- that is over 26mbps. So having all the speed on earth means nothing if the other end does not and or is capped.
and when can they install this in my bathtub?
Since most sites cap the max bandwidth per user, really fast connections are for multi-tasking /multi-user situations.
On my current 50mbps I have never hit near its peak from a single site. However, just last night I was pulling a 3~4mbps from Steam (what Steam normally maxs for me), ~7mbps from Battle.net, a file download at 3.2mbps, a 1080p Youtube video, and my wife was watching Netflix on the TV. Not a hiccup to be seen.
In fact, going back though my last three ISPs (30, 50, and 50) that has been the situation. Sadly, each was worse then the last since my current maxes at 50, the one before now maxes at 90, and the one from nearly 7 years ago is 100 with 200 burst.
Smooth Creations LANShark "Blue Flame" + ASUS G750JZ
7MBps would be max for 50mbps on your connection Infinity (close to it at least).
I have 100mbps and get 14-15MBps from Steam; so I wonder why Steam doesn't give you full bandwidth -- mines does. Huh.
I got no idea what is up with Steam. I never seem to pull more than 3~3.2 from them. No problem from anyone else.
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