It’d be handy to know, I have to adjust my hype meter accordingly. Running on a stupid low 2.9mbps.
I’m on 800KB max, give me a break.
KB or Kb?
What’s the difference
Kilobit and Kilobyte. 8 bits = 1 byte
Most network speeds are rated in bits. Are you on like, dial up?!
Kilobits (Kb) and kilobytes (KB) are two different things.
In computational technology, a byte is comprised of eight bits. So, 1 Kilobyte = 8 Kilobits.
Now, Internet speeds are rated according to bits (god knows why). He asked if you downloaded at 800 KB/s (most likely) or 800 Kb/s, which would most likely be translated as 0.125 Mb/s (megabits).
Considering he’s probably quoting the download speed, he’s most likely downloading at 800 KB/s. I’ve never seen how to see your download speed in bits unless you use Speedtest
Yeah, I wish I could at least get cable where I live. I might be moving to Raleigh or Charlotte, NC in a few months. Thankfully Google Fiber is planning to head there too. ;]
I’m looking to go to Rice University next Summer and I was told there they have speeds of up to 700 MB/s.
I nearly fainted.
Google Fiber .-. I hope that’s ever gonna come to Europe. I’m jealous.
You’ll be 90 years old, playing TU on your brand new Google Fiber!
I bet it could come to you guys sooner than to U.S.
There are already states that have it. I think some cities in my state are getting it soon.
That small with all this content? Wow.
ROUGHLY between 1MB and 1TB.