20mbps is high to me. A cartoon on netflix shouldn't do the connection in that easily. And its not my account. --- dell xps 7100 gtx 660sc 8gb ram amd phenom x6 1045t 3.2ghz 1.5tbhdd Moderators are filthy disgusting creatures.
#5TreGoodaPosted 11/1/2013 3:57:40 PM
HD Netflix can use up to 3GB/hr check your account settings to manage the max quality level.
20mbps = 2.5MBps = 150MBpm = 9GBph
Just sayin --- "Get a life! What? I'm a gamer, I have tons of lives."
Comcast. Getting 30mbps when no one is using netflix. But when they do it slows down and anything else becomes sluggish including browsing. --- dell xps 7100 gtx 660sc 8gb ram amd phenom x6 1045t 3.2ghz 1.5tbhdd Moderators are filthy disgusting creatures.
#8mrCubePosted 11/1/2013 4:17:00 PM
It's possibly your wireless router. --- ---
#9EStar999Posted 11/1/2013 4:33:56 PM(edited)
Which ISP do you have?
Comcast. Getting 30mbps when no one is using netflix. But when they do it slows down and anything else becomes sluggish including browsing.
Or it could be that Comcast is throttling because they do not like it when you use Netflix instead of their cable service.
#10Abiz_Posted 11/1/2013 4:30:05 PM(edited)
It's cable. If a lot of people are on the cable network. It will slow down to a crawl. Plus it is comcast. They are probably throttling your speed during high usage times. Which would be around 7pm-11pm. 10Mbps should be able to handle 1080p... Also all internet companies promised speed is up to X amount of Mbps. So they don't have to give you 20 Mbps. It is just possible.
Netflix just started to offer 1080p for some streams. Netflix actually has offered all ISP to use there network. So the ISP networks don't get bogged down. I know Time Warner turned it down and I imagine Comcast did too. --- Interestingly enough, video game companies used to be able to make money without selling out like cheap prostitutes.-KaiserWarrior