How do you guys get the usage tracker to work?
Mine has always said this:
said by alexintexas: said by Fleeced:
You're talking about something different than I am. I don't care how much you download, I'm talking how fast can I download that game or expansion
this is the mentality all isp's try to sell SPEED
. people fail
to see actual data usage.
what game sites allow you to utilize your full 50Mb connection??
for that matter how many sites period allow it
said by Fleeced:
The people who do a lot of downloading/uploading are just using more of their connection for longer periods than I am.
the avg/most internet users use netflix, youtube, ps3, xbox, online gaming which NONE
of these sites/services utilize no more then 3Mbps. these same sites would never go above/allow 5mbps let alone 50mbps
You just don't know how to use a connection. Adult sites can help fill a connection legally. A sub to Brazzers for example and you can use over 400 GB a month if you d/l all the 1080p scenes they release in that month. Manwin outputs a ton of content, and as they use 1080p MPEG-4 @ 12 Mbps as the standard for their HD scenes each scene is typically around 4 GB in size...
The big XXX networks all output >150 GB of new content each month.
Steam's got some mighty big games on their service. If you ever have a HDD crash and need to reinstall all your games from the cloud that number can get into the TB's.
It's not true that Netflix never goes above 3 Mbps. Netflix's new HD streams are now 7 Mbps. 1080p videos on YouTube average 5 Mbps, as do 1080p downloads from iTunes. And 4K videos on YouTube are encoded to 20 Mbps.