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jimjob (0) 02-08-11  02:26pm
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Slow,Slow and Slow

This is the second time I have signed up to this site and the content is excellent! However the download speeds are awful!!!!
After 6.00pm (GMT) the average speed per download is between
30-40 Mb/ps. I have a superfast fibreoptic broadband connection so it isnt at my end!!!
I did leave feedback for the webmaster but got no response... Has to be a consideration when signing up

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lk2fireone (196) 30-40 MB/s sounds very fast to me. Is that really the download speed you are getting, or did you mean to write some other number?

1 MB/s is 1,000 KB/s (approximately).

Dial-up in the United States is 56 KB/s. But the actual download speed for a dial-up connection would be around 3-4 KB/s.

02-08-11  03:27pm

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hodayathink (18) REPLY TO #1 - lk2fireone :

There's a difference between the small b and the large B. b stands for Bits, B stands for Bytes. There's 8 bits in a byte. So using a 56k modem as in your example, the speed would say 56 Kb/s, but your max download speed would be 7KB/s. That being said, 30-40 Mb/s still equals about 3-4MB/s, which is still pretty fast.
02-08-11  10:59pm

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lk2fireone (196) REPLY TO #2 - hodayathink :

Thanks for the explanation, hodayathink.

When I had dial-up, which I had for many years, I was lucky to see download speeds of 3-4 KB/s, which showed in the Windows system tray when downloading a file.

I switched to DSL, and then got 150-160 KB/s download speeds (again, from what appeared in the Windows system tray area when downloading a file).

I recently switched to a faster DSL, and now get up to 630 KB/s download speeds, which is a huge improvement.

I knew there was a difference between bits and bytes (8 bits per byte), but it was still confusing when I looked at speed ratings because I didn't know which were being used or referred to.

But if everyone follows the simple rule that "b" stands for bits, and "B" stands for bytes, then I hope to remember that.

But I ignore the difference between "K" and 1,000 (K = 1,024), because my brain can only hold so much. :)

02-09-11  01:20am

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Rotterdam854 (Disabled) D/L Managers but they're a must because the *.wmv files are anywhere between 700~800Mb for the higher bitrate videos. This is a real bogey of the site but a possible workaround would be to download the lower bitrate videos. Also why don't you use Download Accelerator Plus (Latest Version: which is an FTP software & enhances downloads by upto 200~300 %. This site does not have much of an issue with D/L Managers.Even I'm on 20Mbps Internet line & 1 1Mbps D/L Speed but with DAP it cranked it up to 500 ~ 600Mbps. This & few other well managed sites support FTP software so I suggest you make the switch & see the difference.

About your second point, its absolutely pointless to write to the Customer/Technical Support because unless you're in the US/Canada, you'll not get any replies or even a dekko! So don't keep your hopes up
on that score. Perhaps you could call the team directly from a cheap phone card, that might help. They never did respond to any content suggestions so why would they change their stance for an issue not directly within their purview. All this based on past experience with the site

02-24-11  10:55pm

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Rotterdam854 (Disabled) REPLY TO #1 - lk2fireone :

Actually the D/L Speeds of a broadband connection are measured as 1/8th of the speed claimed. I don't suppose Dial Up would be that much lower but I'll take your word for it
02-24-11  10:59pm

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