Hey guys have a question..? I have a cable connection.. I used Queegs suggested site to track your speed.. Compared to his mine sucked..!!!
2003-06-26 08:54:21 EST: 472 / 123 Your download speed : 472121 bps, or 472 kbps. A 57.6 KB/sec transfer rate. Your upload speed : 123361 bps, or 123 kbps.
Is this actaully bad or his exceptionaly good...? and if my connections sucks what can I do about it...? Anyone know how to tweak system..?
What connection do you have? Is it a 1 meg connection or 512? You can tweek your network card to improve performance but as far as actually getting more speed from your modem I wouldn't recommend messing about with it. It's called uncapping and your ISP don't take too kindly to people uncapping their modems. I have the tools to tweek network cards if you want them, but they are for windows XP.
I actually dont have any Idea .. I believe 512.. Uncapping huh... Hmmmm... never heard of such a thing... LOL naa I dont need the troubles.. Besides If I could afford better I would get better..It actually took forever for a cable ISP to get to us way out here in the Country.... and if you feel like helping me out with the Card feel free. [email]Vonner@metrocast.net[/email]
For 512 it actually isn't too bad, i've seen a lot worse. i'll send you the tools to tweek your network card you will notice a difference. I did and I always get my top speed and more sometimes. I'm on a 1 meg connection and most of the time I get 1089Kbps.
Well thank you Sir.. Much appreciated.. I also do have XP as my OS..... Heres what I have.. If you can check it out and maybe suggest anything since you seem to have a bit mor knowledge then I do .. It would be great...
OS Name Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 1 Build 2600 OS Manufacturer Microsoft Corporation System Name Vonner System Manufacturer Sony Corporation System Model PCV-RX550(UC) System Type X86-based PC Processor x86 Family 15 Model 0 Stepping 10 GenuineIntel ~1494 Mhz BIOS Version/Date Award Software, Inc. ACPI BIOS Revision 1003, 9/28/2001 SMBIOS Version 2.3 Windows Directory C:\WINDOWS System Directory C:\WINDOWS\System32 Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume1 Locale United States Hardware Abstraction Layer Version = "5.1.2600.1106 (xpsp1.020828-1920)" User Name Vonner\Me Time Zone Eastern Standard Time Total Physical Memory 512.00 MB Available Physical Memory 335.76 MB Total Virtual Memory 1.72 GB Available Virtual Memory 1.41 GB Page File Space 1.22 GB Page File C:\pagefile.sys
Name RADEON 9000 SERIES PNP Device ID PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4966&SUBSYS_00021002&REV_01\4&31CEC518&0&0008 Adapter Type Radeon 9000 AGP Pro (0x4966), ATI Technologies Inc. compatible Adapter Description RADEON 9000 SERIES Adapter RAM 128.00 MB (134,217,728 bytes) Installed Drivers ati2dvag.dll Driver Version 5.1.2600.0 INF File oem6.inf (ati2mtag_RV250 section) Color Planes 1 Color Table Entries 4294967296 Resolution 1024 x 768 x 60 hertz Bits/Pixel 32 Memory Address 0xF0000000-0xF7FFFFFF I/O Port 0x0000D800-0x0000D8FF Memory Address 0xDF800000-0xDF80FFFF IRQ Channel IRQ 16 I/O Port 0x000003B0-0x000003BB I/O Port 0x000003C0-0x000003DF Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\ati2mtag.sys (18.104.22.16843, 611.25 KB (625,920 bytes), 4/28/2003 10:39 PM) Name RADEON 9000 SERIES - Secondary PNP Device ID PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_496E&SUBSYS_00031002&REV_01\4&31CEC518&0&0108 Adapter Type Radeon 9000 AGP Pro (0x4966), ATI Technologies Inc. compatible Adapter Description RADEON 9000 SERIES - Secondary Adapter RAM 128.00 MB (134,217,728 bytes) Installed Drivers ati2dvag.dll Driver Version 5.1.2600.0 INF File oem6.inf (ati2mtag_RV250 section) Color Planes Not Available Color Table Entries Not Available Resolution Not Available Bits/Pixel Not Available Memory Address 0xE0000000-0xF7FFFFFF Memory Address 0xDF000000-0xDFFFFFFF Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\ati2mtag.sys (22.214.171.12443, 611.25 KB (625,920 bytes), 4/28/2003 10:39 PM)
Well i'd say your system is running fine, there's more than enough free memory to play about with so your slow connections speeds are not your systems fault. If you tweek the network card it will improve the way your system handles your network card hence that little bit more speed. One thing though I did notice, you are running your graphics resolution a bit low. At 60Hz i'm suprised you don't get headaches and bad eyes. I have a 19" monitor and I always run it 1024x768 75hz, saves on the flicker and headaches.
Oke doke just changed it... never had issuse with eyes or headaches.. I have the option of 60, 70,72,75 and 85. When I changed it to 75 .. wow screen was blurry for a sec.. and it effected my eyes...lol almost the reverse....but will give it a shot to see if I notice a change..
13th June 2003
Most people see a flicker if it is under 72. Anything slower and the typical human eye can detect it unless there are residual images. You must either have really bright lighting or your monitor holds the image longer than most.
Just for kicks, set it back to 60 and then chew some gum or something cruchy while looking at the screen. You should see waves rolling down your screen. Especially when chewing Fruit Gushers! HA HA! (dumb joke based on dumb U.S. TV ad)
If I'm working under flourecent (sp?) lights, I bump it up to 85 or I'll get dizzy spells as the lights flicker at a one rate and the screen at another...bad mojo. Doesn't bother most people though...
I have placed it back to 60 Hertz... it actaully is a sharper image.. The Brightness is only about 3\4 turned up.. It is a nice monitor,, a Sony Flat 17".. SONY HMD A/200 About the spec's I have no idea.. It never flicks or anything like that.... And I have 20-15 vision... lol.. like that has anything to do with it... :-p