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Happy Internet Speed Zone

nitro740

Is going on an adventure!
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This is the internet speed I get on a somewhat good day, it's usually worse than this.

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For having a better download, I'm surprised that I keep losing connection on a lot of things, but with the provider I use I'm not really surprised to have issues.
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07smithle

Sneaky Anvil Dropper
Donor
Something I don't understand is why we use megabits and not megabytes for internet, seems somewhat unnecessary. i always have to do a conversion in my head to get an idea of the transfer rate, similar to how i have no clue how long something is when you tell me in feet and inches.
 

kyzcool

Moria Hall Professional
Just moved into my New appartment down in Plymouth and may i say, its Damn fine connection.

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MaDIIReD

One Of Us, One of Us
Commoner
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This is the best it gets for me :(
Unfortunately I am on a wireless network and at times it gets a bit crowded as we usually have three people browsing, some stuff being downloaded as well as NAS.
 

MaDIIReD

One Of Us, One of Us
Commoner
So I have a question for all the technically adept people here.
Recently I have been experiencing stutters in my online games, most notably Smite and Diablo III. Every 10 seconds or so it will lag for a second a catch back up. So immediately after playing smite I decided to do a speed test to see if that was the problem.
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It isn't the speed at least. Is there anything that could be causing occasional stutters as far as you guys know, and any way to fix it?
 

Indorilian

Hardcore MCME-er
So I have a question for all the technically adept people here.
Recently I have been experiencing stutters in my online games, most notably Smite and Diablo III. Every 10 seconds or so it will lag for a second a catch back up. So immediately after playing smite I decided to do a speed test to see if that was the problem.
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It isn't the speed at least. Is there anything that could be causing occasional stutters as far as you guys know, and any way to fix it?
Probably packet loss.
 
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