Will increase in noise margin of 2.0 make a difference?
This is a discussion on Will increase in noise margin of 2.0 make a difference? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Yeah, I think maybe I should. Just out of curiousity, what are the two torrents you've just started - so ...
- 27-09-06, 05:04 PM #11
Yeah, I think maybe I should. Just out of curiousity, what are the two torrents you've just started - so I can compare?
- 27-09-06, 05:25 PM #12
Oh - sorry - I've killed them now and deleted.
One was an anime which I can't remember the name of (it had a huge number of seeds and peers) the other was a music file - could have been The Killers?
- 27-09-06, 05:29 PM #13
Ok, think I've got it - Killers was coming down the line at 2meg, Weeds at 5meg. Looks like your advice to tweak the settings again worked.
Now where did I put that faceplate...?
(Course I've deleted the Killers too (for the attention of webpolice)
- 27-09-06, 05:38 PM #14
Great isn't it
I use Astraweb for binaries and get ~8 meg on a single file and completely max out at over 10 meg for more than one file. Great price structure too for pay-for-download (<£0.20p per gig).
Last edited by Saturday; 27-09-06 at 05:41 PM.
- 27-09-06, 05:53 PM #15
I second that I use Astraweb and newshosting and I get 1.45MB/s from both so I cannot knock the speedRay
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