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rongtw
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Downloads

I must admit i am no network expert , but was a bit perturb when i had to reinstall BF1  a big file 55gig  @ 9.5 MB/s 

but everything went slooooow  i would not thought it would , or should have this affect  HuhBF1.PNG

 

 

 

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rongtw
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Re: Downloads

 

 

 

 

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Asus ROG Hero Vii Z97 , Intel i5 4690k ,ROG Asus Strix 1070,
samsung 850evo 250gig , WD black 2 TB . Asus Phoebus sound ,
16 gig Avexir ram 2400 , water cooling Corsair H100i gtx ,
Corsair 750HXI Psu , Phanteks Enthoo pro case .
dfunked
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Re: Downloads

Most platforms like Steam and Origin will max out your connection and can seriously cripple the experience for anybody else using it at the time. In Steam you can set bandwidth limits, and I'm assuming you can do the same in Origin. Could be worth either looking into that or setting up QoS on your router.
Browni
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Re: Downloads

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What would you expect to happen? The download stopping so the speedtest can run full whack?

If you have 2 downloads both wanting 100% of available throughput, neither will get it.

If both were running for the same amount of time, in all likelihood they would average out at around 50% each.

One thing worth pointing out as well is the 9.5MB/s is actually 76Mb/s
I must have been really bad in a previous life as this was my 3rd ISP in a row that used lithium.
Now you're stuck with me because my new ISP doesn't run a forum Cheesy