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    You have got to check this out. The speeds towards the end (downstream) are huge! 159.25248 Gbps F***IN HELL!!!

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    Check what out, nothing here but typed texted
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    Yea well, I don't think you can ever get the internet to go that fast. Unless there are web servers with 159Gbps upload capabilty, which sounds damned near impossible.

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    Originally posted by Supernatural@8 April 2003 - 03:29
    Yea well, I don't think you can ever get the internet to go that fast. Unless there are web servers with 159Gbps upload capabilty, which sounds damned near impossible.
    OC-3072 is the connection which major isp backbones use,

    i want
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    i hereby call the get razz a OC-3072 connection fund officialy open - any currency accepted

    oh and if u got that speed connection can u imagine k-lite speeds millions of sources of course, hmmm maybe rig it so that k-lite would connect to more than one supernode at a time......

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    159 Gbps => around 19 GB/s

    Mmm...that won't be too healthy for my 40 GB HDD!!!

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    Internet2 would be cool if anyone civilian could afford it. Supposedly they can transfer like 2 terabytes or something in a minute or so. It was through 2 colleges across the country. Damn fast

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