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Oh...this is going to be sad....i'm almost scared to see what mine is at.

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1.2 megabits per second

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Your raw speed was 1186819.92 bits per second

Is this a good thing? tongue.gif

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2 Megabits

Your raw speed was 1979297.12 bits per second

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567.1 kilobits per second sad.gif

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I don' think I wanna know mine! laugh.gif

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I must get the wooden spoon here.

A paltry, measly, laughable

28.7 kilobits per second.

(Raw speed 28692.52)

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I very much doubt my bandwidth would even register on their chart.

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2 Megabits

Your raw speed was 1979297.12 bits per second

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40.1K for me.

read what they say...

Our test server

Our test server is located in Texas, United States. The more networks that the data has to cross, the more factors other than your connection will contribute to the result. Users in Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America will have less accurate (often lower) results until we add servers closer to you.

When using our "specify your own server" option you are not affected in any way by your location to our servers as it is based entirely on the server you specify to actually send the data.

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1.2 megabytes per second

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356.3 kbps at work

1.4 mbps at home

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42.7 kilobits per second

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447.9 kb/s From Sweden.

Im downloading a movie right now..does that bring the test result down too???

"Compared to all connection types worldwide, yours is great"

Hmm...waiting for this update of our tele station and I will get 20 times current speed.

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Yeah. If you're uploading or downloading something, your results will be lower than they should be.

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1.8 Megabites per second!!!!!!! thumbsup.gif Im flying through the internet!!!!!! thumbup.gifclap.gifbounce.gifbounce.gifbounce.gifbounce.gif

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Why did it tell me that I need something bigger than "ATARI" to take the test?

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Hahaha.......... J6 it is good to see you back laugh.gif

Compared to all connection types worldwide, yours is poor

That's hardly very nice now is it ........ huh.gif

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412.2kb/sec devil.gif

Rating: Compared to all connection types worldwide, yours is great

Hopefully we'll be getting blueyonder 2mb installed in my new student house soon. cool.gif

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Compared to all connection types worldwide, yours is poor

What a surprise. crying.gif

dAz

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4.4 megabits per second

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Your raw speed was 4378233.22 bits per second which is the same as:

Communications= 4.4 megabits per second

How communication devices are rated. Kilo means 1,000 and mega means 1,000,000. Examples include 56k modem and 10Mbit Ethernet

Storage= 534.5 kilobytes per second

The way data is measured on your hard drive and how file sharing and FTP programs measure transfer speeds. Kilo is 1,024 and mega is 1,048,576.

1MB file download= 1.9 seconds

The time it would take you to download a 1 megabyte file at this speed.

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has anyone run the test twice....one after the other....you get a different thing each time wacko.gif

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Your connection can't always be exactly the same or bandwidth might be being used. If you have dial up, there's probably big differences every time.

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