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Thread: how fast is my connection???




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    I have adsl and i wanna know how to see how fast my ADSL is!!!
    PLZ tell me how to see that ASAP!!!!

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    try out speed tests from Broadband Reports!
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    yeah, i know that but i mean if it is 256kbps or something!

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    i think that those tests will tell you how much is your speed and you can come to know that whether it is 256 kbps or 512kbps or whatever!
    whats the problem? :?:
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    I'm going to let you in on a secret I discovered, so keep it under your hat:shh:

    If you go to;
    http://chi.speakeasy.net/

    you can do a speed test, using the same test as the ones above, but there is no limit to how many times in a 24 hour period.
    The test there only lets you do it twice per testing IP.

    That way, if you want to check often -- it ain't a problem.
    Handy if you connect multiple times, as in tweaking hardware & drivers.

    Don't believe me?
    Try it and see, the results page is the exact page.
    Now do it 5 times --- can't do that with the links above unless you pay for the priveledge.
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    Where do i get the Javal Applet machine???

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    You can also try www.pcpitstop.com it's a really good site and free tests for all types of pc problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeppeb667
    Where do i get the Javal Applet machine???
    i think you meant Java Virutal Machine to load Java Applets.
    download JRE from sun microsystems to load and run the applets required for the tests.
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    man, that second test is jibbed.
    i ran the tests on the normal one, then from mr. c's botched one.
    i got like half of the score i had on the normal one...
    the good one got me 330/120, not tooooo bad...

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    LOL
    Could be the route between somewhere as I get the same results on all.

    ah well, it was worth a try;)

    not exactly the same mind you, but close enough to be the same connection
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