With the exception of ping, they are nearly the same as what I have. Ping is a measure of time it take to get a response from a server. You could try a different server for different response times. However there are numerous reasons for fluctuation ping results, which could simply be a bad day.
I have Optimum and I get 50Mbps down and 15Mbps upload.My Comcast speeds are 27.6 Mbps down, 5.5 Mbps up, 6 ms ping - I don't know if you folks are on DSL or what, but if Comcast is available in your area, it's totally worth it if you download as much crap as I do.
Thats the way I feel to. However I do get tired of waiting for even low quality videos to buffer at times. But that could be as I mentioned above, just a bad day between points A and B. But when compared to many others out there, our service is horrendous.
It's not a matter of how slow your computer feels but rather how quickly you can get data from the internet. You are below average for your actual throughput - that's all the D- means.
The cable TV company here is Comcast. But we use DirecTV . Do you have to buy Comcast for your TV in order to get it for your computer? You know. Like a bundle thing. Or, can you just get it for your computer. How much is it per month? We pay about $40.00 for Verizon.My Comcast speeds are 27.6 Mbps down, 5.5 Mbps up, 6 ms ping - I don't know if you folks are on DSL or what, but if Comcast is available in your area, it's totally worth it if you download as much crap as I do.
Never heard of Optimum. Probably means it's not available in m,y areaI have Optimum and I get 50Mbps down and 15Mbps upload.
Picture me scratching the top of my head, going HUh? Went to the link, and it was just too confusing. ;0)
Look at cliffordcooley's speed results in posts 2 and 4 you'll we see where it says D- Since my speed results are much the same, it stands to reason that my grade is D- also.
Sure if you want to send me a link that would be great. Thanks. But I gotta warn ya though. If I can't figure out how to use it, I will be badgering you with questions ;0)Small program you run on your PC that test your up and download speeds also can figure out if your ISP is limiting you from full downloads and uploads speeds. Free program. If you want to try I can put a direct link so you don't have to figure out what the programmers from the Univ was trying post.
The program doesn't get installed though.