Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Guru3D News, Jul 29, 2009.
are we talking like dvd rips or actulally 3.5ish gb movies if so holy cow
Even if they're rips. 700MBx720 = 504,000MB/s
Damn some people are never satisfied huh
Face it as long as money causes social-stratification there will always be the haves an the have-nots an those that want to steal.
On-live is not best thing in the world (centralization of power) but playing a game on super computer @ 240fps in 3D is!
And how much do you think you'll be paying for your 100mbit internet to allow 240fps to run smoothly hm ?
Well the Top tear Verizon FiOS cost $144 month so I'll have to be making at least $2k month doing something.
Hard drives can't write nearly that fast, so the actual speed is going to hit that limit way before it reaches the true capability.
Not surprised, Quebec companies have always provided Quebecois with the fastest connection in all of Canada. Even Manitoba's MTS telecom provides speeds faster than Shaw, Bell (esp. Bell) and Rogers customers could only dream.
This is what I get from Rogers:
My family's paying $46.99/month for this connection and I find it f**kin' expensive.
I completely agree with that. Internet cost is too high here in Canada because we barely have any competition in our telecom industry. Even the small ISPs have to use Bell's line. Since Bell's a f**kin' jerk, they still throttle the connections even though smaller ISPs are against it. This is the problem TekSavvy is having. They are against throttling and supports Net Neutrality but since they are forced to use Bell for the phone lines for ADSL, people on that service is still throttled.
by the time I'm 80 it will be common place to Download Terabytes in seconds