Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Perris Calderon, Mar 24, 2005.
must've been a spike
no cache read...a spike though
I wish I had an "infinity" connection.
just because its over 2mbps does not mean its infinity or else i would have infinity connection speed all the time lol. they should fix that site (roadrunner is 5mbps)
ah...mcafee agrees with you prodg, but they found this connection to be infinity anyway
read the time elapsed for the downoad;...zero.
I'll tell you, I think they're wrong about that, but I can't be sure.
post what you get on that speedometer...maybe it can't read over 2 mbp
i guess it can go over 2mbps cuz i got 3.4 but the little speedometer picture can't
I've always had a fast connection 3.8/sec
WHAT....I wish my internet is that fast.....i feel like crap now lol
that site is messed up. i have comcast, the yclaim 4 megs down, i usualy get 4 - 4.4.
ok, i went to that link, got a 2.2, so i clicked on re-test. it then tells me:
NaN file size
then when i hit the back button it told me
did this a few times and it was consistant.
cleared my cache and had the same again.
FF 1.01 Comcast Cable
I have infinity
lucky u :lick:
this connection is so fast, the post is up BEFORE I hit enter
I think you have to use Internet Explorer to get that site to work right.
Your Internet Connection
File Size: 600.005 KB Time Elapsed:
4.486 seconds /root/speedometer/images/speed_112x23.gif
( 133.75 KBps)
I just tried the McAfee one and the first test said DSL/Cable then the next said Network (T-1) with the last one saying 56K modem so I question the accuracy of the test in general.
I feel more accurate tests can be found at Dslreports as there are East and West coast test servers so you can test with one near you. I think there are a total of 307 test servers at Dslreports.
Not bad from a 1MB line.
File Size: 600.005 KB
Time Elapsed: 0.996 seconds
Your Speed -> 4.706 Mbps (602.41 KBps)
Yeah, it's completely inaccurate. I'm on a 802.11b wireless network here on campus, and I get 468.754 Mbps (58.594 MBps) without caching - it's the first time I've opened the page.
True...this is an insanely fast connection here, but it should be capped at 11 Mbps due to the wireless link itself.