How Is This Possible? Or is a modem overclockable?
this is really really odd...
I was using a standart Rockwell chipset 33.6K Modem while surfing the net, I have downloaded a few files, all were downloaded in ~~ 3K/Sec ~~ then I went to an small ftp in my country and downloaded a 10Mb Mov Movie, now what shocked me was that I was downloading in 7.6K/sec!!! ( I was using Getright), now I know not all programs make an acuurate reading of your conneting speed, but the after a fre caculations about the time it took the file to downlaod, I came with this:
Download speed was at 7.4K/Sec.
now could someone tell me how is it possible?
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