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How much porn do you download per week.

Type: General

Submitted by Cybertoad (104)
100 mb to 1 Gig 19% 10 Votes
10 - 50 Gigs 57% 30 Votes
100 - 500 Gigs 8% 4 Votes
1000+ Gigs 2% 1 Votes
I download pics so nothing big 6% 3 Votes
Other 9% 5 Votes

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53 Votes Total

May 1, 2010

Poll Replies (17)

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1

Drooler (218) I'm part of the "missing piece" in the poll choices. About 2 gigs, pics and videos.
05-01-10  03:04am

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Colm4 (10) Yes me too. I get a fair bit more then 1 gig, but most of time I don't reach 10 gig.
05-01-10  03:40am

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rearadmiral (322) This is obviously true for everyone, but the number depends on whether or not I have a membership to a site that week that is worth downloading an amount from. If I have a membership to a great site I might be up to 50GB, if not, it might be zero.
05-01-10  06:07am

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Goldfish (67) If you're on an HD site or two it's easy to get the 50 Gigs in a week.
05-01-10  07:09am

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RagingBuddhist (63) I used to break 100 gigs a week easily. Due to my ISP instituting a bandwidth cap, I try to keep my downloading to 60 gigs a week. That's getting harder and harder to do with the advent of HD video.
05-01-10  08:19am

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PinkPanther (46) I chose the 10-50 gig option. As RB said, with HD vid increasingly prevalent, it's rare that a vid that I want to dl is less than 1 gig - and though I'm not someone that joins a site to vacuum the contents as quickly as possible, and I like pics as much as, or more than, vids, if you download a few vids a day, it adds up quickly.

My ISP has a dl cap and they are supposed to be rolling out a "bandwidth usage meter" so I'll be able to see exactly what my usage is. That will be interesting - and increasingly difficult to stick to if the current trend of increasingly large vid files continues.

05-01-10  08:33am

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BadMrFrosty (56) I guess on average I download about 20 gigs a day, 150 gigs a week. Thank the non-denominational deity that hard drives are so cheap :)
05-01-10  08:40am

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james4096 (126) I don't really count, but I hope I'm in the 10-50 gig bracket.
I usually do less than 5 gigs per day during the week, but 20 on the weekend.

05-01-10  02:13pm

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badandy400 (103) Hum. Wanna guess who said they download 1000+ gigs per week?

Just keeping it coming. Now that they are looking to charge bandwidth different for different types of usage the time of being a complete download whore might be coming top an end. So I have to get what I can get while I can get it.

05-01-10  05:55pm

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pat362 (367) Even if I wanted to download more that 25 Gig a week. I couldn't without paying a significant amount of money for having gone above my 100 Gig per month of alloted download by my ISP.
05-01-10  09:41pm

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exotics4me (463) I've been closer to the 100-500 GB per week group lately as my ISP for some reason gave us a major boost in their internet package, from 10 M speed to 25 M. I've been using it to test out Reality Kings and Bang Bros download limits. I probably average about 50-75 GB a day right now.
05-01-10  09:59pm

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lk2fireone (194) I mainly download pix instead of vids. Also, my internet connection is snail-paced compared to what many PU members report (I download about 150 Kb/s). So I'm guessing my weekly rate is between 1 - 10 gigs. And that's because the pix keep getting bigger and bigger, and I don't really know if it makes sense for me to download the high res pix instead of the med res or the small res. Med res and small res pix look fine on my monitor, so I don't know what the real advantage is for the higher res pix: does it make sense to keep high res pix, which take up so much more space on the hard drive?
05-02-10  02:10am

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Capn (28) REPLY TO #12 - lk2fireone :

If I get a crisp image that fills my screen I'm happy.
I never go for the super high res.
They would be great if you printed out posters.

Typically, I download medium - high res.
Usually that means 1000 - 1600 pixels long side.
I find they give the best compromise between viewing & filesize.

Cap'n.

05-02-10  03:13am

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bootsulike (7) Depends a lot on what sites I'm registered with. I'm using a Southern Charms site at the moment. Photos only and no zips. That makes downloading slow and not a huge amount.

Will downloaded up to 5 gig a week at best. but, suffer from poor broadband speed - 1/2 meg - as we're in a rural location, 10 km from the nearest phone exchange. Males everything an effort.

05-02-10  05:40am

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yadayada321 (8) damn guys, hitachi better come up with them 10 TB drives soon cuz we're going to need them hahahahahaa!
05-02-10  04:17pm

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dracken (246) Yeah, also part of a missing piece, under 10 gb, but more than 100mb.
05-02-10  10:11pm

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apoctom (145) I usually download less than 1 gig per week. Apparently, I am below average.
05-19-10  09:09am

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