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What is your current internet speed for MSFS2020

What is your current internet speed for MSFS2020  

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  1. 1. With internet speed being so important for image quality in FS2020, I'm curious, where do you sit?

    • < 1 Mbps
      2
    • 1 - 3 Mbps
      3
    • 3 - 5 Mbps
      2
    • 5 - 10 Mbps
      15
    • 10 - 20 Mbps
      14
    • 20 - 50 Mbps
      61
    • 50 - 200 Mbps
      101
    • > 200 Mbps
      105


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3 minutes ago, topatov said:

Autant pour moi impressionnant je suis chez red également j'ai quasi 1gb en Dl mais 60 en up 

J'étais chez Sosh avant en 200/200, franchement j'appréhendais RED car tout le monde crache dessus mais là pour 23€ au lieu de 30€, je suis franchement agréablement surpris.


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35 minutes ago, WestAir said:

Hahaha. Set like a Cessna 150 flying into JFK during rush hour.

"Say speed?"

Good for you. Enjoy your fat pipe. 🙄

Works for me, though.

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Just to be clear, the poll choices are in Megabits per second, not megabytes. For instance I'm at 500/500 megabits which is approx. 65 megabytes down & up.


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23 minutes ago, TomPi said:

Good for you. Enjoy your fat pipe. 🙄

Works for me, though.

Sorry. I saw the emoji at the end of your post and thought you were trying to make a joke, so I was trying to add to your joke. I wasn't trying to say "Ha! I'm so much better than you because of my internet speed!"

Sorry if I made you feel attacked. My sense of humor is not very good, sadly.

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I think some people are getting confused between Mbps and MBps


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18 minutes ago, canadiantree said:

Just to be clear, the poll choices are in Megabits per second, not megabytes. For instance I'm at 500/500 megabits which is approx. 65 megabytes down & up.

You might want to ask a moderator then if they can edit your poll.

As you can see from the below article written by AT&T and supported by other sources little b is bit and big B is byte. Both are measures of internet speed, one is how much bandwidth my ISP sold me and the other is how long it takes to download a file. 

Difference between Mbps and MBps

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3 minutes ago, KenG said:

You might want to ask a moderator then if they can edit your poll.

As you can see from the below article written by AT&T and supported by other sources little b is bit and big B is byte. Both are measures of internet speed, one is how much bandwidth my ISP sold me and the other is how long it takes to download a file. 

Difference between Mbps and MBps

Thanks I was able to edit the poll 🙂


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31 minutes ago, KenG said:

Vielleicht möchten Sie dann einen Moderator fragen, ob er Ihre Umfrage bearbeiten kann.

Wie Sie dem folgenden Artikel entnehmen können, der von AT & T geschrieben und von anderen Quellen unterstützt wird, ist kleines b Bit und großes B Byte. 

and what did MS say about specs?

Mb or MB

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1 hour ago, TomPi said:

100 down / 30 up. So I'm all set 🙂

That's just where I am at.  Can double that for about $10 more per month, but have so far not found the need.


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1 hour ago, WestAir said:

Sorry. I saw the emoji at the end of your post and thought you were trying to make a joke, so I was trying to add to your joke. I wasn't trying to say "Ha! I'm so much better than you because of my internet speed!"

Sorry if I made you feel attacked. My sense of humor is not very good, sadly.

Thanks for clearing this up. Happy flying! 😄

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ping: 10ms

download: 113.25Mbps

upload: 11.36Mbps

no data limit

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2 hours ago, Deleted said:

and what did MS say about specs?

Mb or MB

Mbps.

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5.6 Mbps. Sigh. Unless I buy that wireless thing for I don't know how much to get 28-ish Mbps.

And some of you are contemplating upgrading from 100 Mbps. Maybe share some of your Mbps with others 😄.


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