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On 7-4-2018 at 11:44 PM, HOTSPUR said:

And that would be where??? UK must have  rubbish Internet then. 

I have two UK friends I know well enough to know both their location and internet speed, and I can conclude two things.

-Hastings has the crappiest internet in the world of crappy internets.

-Hayward's Heath and Brighton have sufficient internet to play on Hardcore in RPG's, where a single internet dropout means losing months of work.

 

I, for one, play on hardcore because I am insane. I have no internet, I have WiFi. And a broken WiFi adapter in my laptop, that likes to kick me out at random. Furthermore, the wifi depends on my location, which switches quite often. Quite frankly, I am not even willing to run a speedtest because I suspect I will be the mockery of the forum if I did that :D

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On 4/3/2018 at 9:46 AM, Dmitriy said:

18 Eur / Mese :) Questa velocità va dalla Lituania alla Germania ... Velocità locale circa ~ 950/580. FTTH (fibra a casa)

do not say too much around, someone could in spite tear the optical cable :lol

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even the university's net is slow compared to some here

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This is the best results I have ever received. I usually see 1/mbs up and download speed. AT&T's Highest Speed Internet Package in a nutshell right here.

 

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3 hours ago, Vindstot said:

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anche la rete dell'università è lenta rispetto ad alcuni qui

uploading for ET would be good

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4 hours ago, Sonofdoc said:

 

 

This is the best results I have ever received. I usually see 1/mbs up and download speed. AT&T's Highest Speed Internet Package in a nutshell right here.

 

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tell ur pops to  get u some better internet geepers...that is slow! for gaming.

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i have 2 connection 1 Fiber and 1 ADSL old

 

This test for ADSL old

 

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i have ping 80 on Jay3 with 1 old modem with 1 old firmware, 1 play with 40 ppl, i get 50-60 frags at round if use camping mode, the problem of uploading is evident in the close duel, they are defunct to 95%

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My Fiber 100MB download 20MB upload   FTTC (Fiber To The Cabinet)

Cable Test 74MB download 20MB upload

 

Wi-fi test 30 meters Distance Today

 

this test on my City Server

 

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My suggestion: get on a 5GHz band (if you're not already) or get a USB 802.11ac adapter for gaming on Wi-Fi. That ping and jitter will plummet. Have fun!

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Strange Upload on Milano Server

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Posted (edited)

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9 minutes ago, Xernicus said:

Il mio suggerimento: salire su una banda a 5GHz (se non lo sei già) o avere un adattatore USB 802.11ac per giocare su Wi-Fi. Il ping e il jitter crolleranno. Divertiti!

My Modem is strange, the 2.4Ghz is more qualitative than 5.0GHz

look at the picture of the Wi-fi Info

I've always played better with 2.4

 

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10 minutes ago, Cquattro said:

My Modem is strange, the 2.4Ghz is more qualitative than 5.0GHz

look at the picture of the Wi-fi Info

I've always played better with 2.4

 

You may need a repeater for 5GHz. The narrower wavelength makes the signal hard to travel through walls.

Also based on the modes reported, if you are not using a device older than 2010, you can set your 2.4GHz access point "802.11 mode" to N only or N/AC (and get a cheap USB adapter to use AC mode).
It might reduce interference and make the connection better.

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Clarified - "it" to "the signal"

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I signed a new contract in this apartment and I will have it
the ethernet connection for all 4 of my computers, arriving in 15 days

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