Discussion in 'Computers & IT' started by andy-roid, Mar 26, 2010.
definately hacked or shopped. Especially with that upload to download ratio.
I'm on 50meg virginmedia so how's it been hacked
ISP's have been known to do some sort of bandwidth filtering when it comes to speedtest sites like this, to make themselves look good.
come on then lets see your internet speed test
click on the link
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My ISP sucks for more reasons than this too...
I'm on a shared cable connection, so it differs a lot from time to time. The fastest I've got was downloading with 8MB/s, which would be around 70Mbit/s or something.
Here's one with a different speed tester, taken right now so should be about the same, but isn't:
70+mbs? That doesn't seem right.
And 70mb/s seems unreal. That would be wicked fast. I highly doubt you have it, (no offense).
I've got 50 meg
thats at work on comcast business class... not sure the rating
The 50Mb Broadband Difference - Broadband - Virgin Media
Doubt away guys. As I said I'm on a shared connection, as a student on the network run by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation under the Ministry for Science, Technology and Innovation. They have some serious backbones and when you hit a low period, you get insane speeds.
It's not like it's in a regular apartment from a standard ISP.
I am relaxed, I just wanted to clarify.
All I can say is what I saw, and that was around 8MB/s and once in a while it paused a download to let my harddisk save the cache. It happened during holidays, so most people wouldn't have been on the network, and the network is quite capable.
I've noticed some thing in my post that us in the uk very low upload speed when I was on 20meg I only got 700 kbits
The UK average broadband speed is a pathetic 2 or 3 MB/s. Whereas the rest of the developed world generally has much faster. Japan has an average of like 70MB/s.
If you doubt his i shouldn't post mine.
from my school...as you can see this was about 2 yrs ago...
ill try and get a recent one...
Well when your sschool is its own isp that doesn't count. Ok guys, let's NOT post connections that cosr over 1k usd per month unless its running into your home, which you own.
My connection is running into my home, which I rent. Is that ok?
Dorm rooms don't count as homes =P
I shall own you all with my epic (Fail) Connection
Thats what you get for buying crappy netgear products..