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Up and Down speeds

Discussion in 'P2P Discussion' started by homerscousin, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. homerscousin

    homerscousin New Member

    I was just wondering what some other people from around the world saw for average upload and download speeds.

    I'm in the US and have cable and use Utorrent 2.2.1. I haven't changed any of the settings other than one. I will on occasion change the up speed from unlimited to something less if I think one major peer may go away when he's already at 90+% and I just started.

    Some torrents of course will be slow, old ones, but I have connected to many where my average down speed has been a little over 1MB/sec. One very recently was 4.3GB in about 65 minutes. The fastest speed I can recall seeing is 1.8 MB. My up speed is much less. I think I hit 700k once.

    Just wondered if there were some parts of the world with super infrastructure.

    Please let me add this here. By the time I was done typing the above and clicked 'submit new thread' I was logged out. I type slow. Is there a short inactivity time limit? Maybe 10 minutes?
     
  2. micpet84

    micpet84 New Member

    I am on 10mbit and on my "usual" sites i have an average speed of atleast 1mb/sec on well seeded torrents, however on this site it is only about 100kb/sec. So it seems my connection isnt playing nicely with JAV-sharing :)
     
  3. Summer-Time-Fun

    Summer-Time-Fun Well-Known Member

    well, I'm seeing 12Mbps down on average for torrents, and 2 up but that's what I'm paying for. But really it's so dependent on how your traffic is routed through the internet. I get as much as 46Mbps down when running a test from the testing station just two towns away, but nothing near that speed when taking files from other parts of the world.

    My friend and I can both upload the same file to his hosting company FTP, I'm closer to his hosting company but he gets more then double the speed then I do. However when we both upload the same files to other places, sometimes I'm much faster then him. When I ping google.com I get 11 to 12ms, my friend gets 60 to 62ms. I think it's how it's routed through the world.
     
  4. Ceewan

    Ceewan Famished

    damn! You make me feel like I am on dial up.
     
  5. guy

    guy (;Θ_Θ)ゝ”

    [FULLATTACH]465699[/FULLATTACH]

    :evillaugh:
     
  6. Summer-Time-Fun

    Summer-Time-Fun Well-Known Member

    50Mbps guy? That's disgustingly unfair. :joker:

    I could get that, but it's going to cost me almost $200 a month.
    Or for 100Mbps $370.

    The fastest I can get with my plan is 1.5MB/s for $56. a month.

    Man, 6.6Mb/s.. That's awesome. :tea:
     
  7. Desu

    Desu アッチョンブリケ

    i hate you guy
     
  8. Desu

    Desu アッチョンブリケ

    ...wait!
    6.6 MB/s and 36 minutes to complete 350 MB?
    maybe utorrent didn't catch up with the speed, but still uhmmmm
     
  9. isityours

    isityours People don't dance no mo'

    the fastest up speed i have ever had on a torrent is just under 11MB/s, and just over 10 down. i dont have anything to back that up with though.....well maybe in a post somewhere. what i do have is this:

    [​IMG]

    but that is within japan. it is much slower when testing overseas. the upside is that i can get an mp3 in about 2 seconds if the upload speed on the other side is good. i tried uploading an mp3 to my dad last time we skyped.....12mins later...:exhausted:

    100MBps optic fibre line from OCN? about 6000 yen a month.
     
  10. EzikialRage

    EzikialRage Active Member

    Holy shit thats fast.I pay about 50 dollars a month for 2-3 megabytes download and 450 kilobytes upload.Of course that is cable internet and I am only getting the medium package. They are the fastest internet provider in my state so there is no one providing fiber optic.
     
  11. guy

    guy (;Θ_Θ)ゝ”

    Hehe:

    [FULLATTACH]468825[/FULLATTACH]
     
  12. Desu

    Desu アッチョンブリケ

    come at me bro

    [​IMG]

    :cry:
     
  13. IdolFun

    IdolFun ★ ☆ I Am God ☆★ Super Moderator

    :notagain:

    [​IMG]
     
  14. homerscousin

    homerscousin New Member

    Thanks. I was kinda wondering about torrent speeds around the world, not just the speedtest.net results. I read a news article a few months ago which claimed North Korea, Japan and Hong Kong had the fastest internet speeds. Good to see someone from that neighborhood with some enviable speeds.
     
  15. IdolFun

    IdolFun ★ ☆ I Am God ☆★ Super Moderator

    South Korea maybe
     
  16. Only 1.5Mbit down and 0.9 up for me... a bit embarrassing to have such poor speeds in the place the Internet originated from. :scared:

    Google has a plan to roll out a 1Gb to the home service in Kansas City, KS... have to move there! :nosebleed:

    Code:
    http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2011/03/google-bestows-1gbps-fiber-network-on-kansas-city-kansas.ars
     
  17. guy

    guy (;Θ_Θ)ゝ”

    Google bringing high speed FTTH is great as a start, but personally I don't want to rely on a data-mining business as my ISP. All I want is a dumb pipe that connects me to the internet and nothing more, not to potentially log and track every single thing I do on the internet.

    At least by keeping my Google services and my ISP separate, I can opt out of Google's tracking algorithms when I want. It doesn't mean other ISPs don't track (or at least log) your browsing patterns, but it's still better than turning over every last piece of personal information to a single company.
     
  18. isityours

    isityours People don't dance no mo'

  19. dreamracer

    dreamracer New Member

    I am from Hong Kong with service of 130Mbs monthly @ HKD 140
    Download speed can reach 100Mps+ depends on torrent.
    Up Speed about 20 - 30 Mbs

    Racer