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Old 09-03-2011, 09:57   #39
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Re: Think Broadband Ping Monitor Results (POST YOURS)

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Originally Posted by pabscars View Post
I wonder which one you use for gaming
The spikes are from where the connection was being used at the time of the test - we do a fair bit of streaming.

Other than that, as you can possibly see, smooth as a baby's behind.

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Originally Posted by pabscars View Post
Just throwing in another Q+A

Q. what's happening to the packets in the yellow sections to cause the increased latency?

I know I could probably just Google it but in the interest of keeping momentum

A. Laymans terms on a postcard if you please
They're having to queue up somewhere along the line, that's all. No different from extra latency getting to the bar on a Friday evening compared with a Wednesday afternoon
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