Where are you guys getting these speeds from?

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    I hadn't tried openps3ftp until recently. it makes a connection very fast, but the transfer rate doesn't seem to be any better than wmm/rebug toolbox. I've disabled ftp in wmm, just so that there wasn't a problem with a plugin that does the same thing. however, I'm getting between 7-10MBs/s while I've heard of some people getting closer to 25MBs/s. this is using a direct connection (non bridged too). is that right?
     
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    Using router (with 1GB ports).
     
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    I'm using a direct connection between the ps3 and my laptop.
     
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    Is the laptop gigabit or 100meg?
     
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    alright, I overlooked that. it shows 100Mb/s. however, I don't know if it's the pc or the cable that's that slow. I can't find a way to check it without using a direct connection. that's when it shows 100Mb/s, but is it measuring the true lan speed or just the top speed of the cable itself?
     
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    Check the spec of your laptop. If the cable is really bad it might default to a lower speed but its unlikely. It's also possible your laptop is Gigabit, but you don't have the proper driver installed, could be using a windows generic driver.
     
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    alright, the cable is capable of 1Gb, so I think it's the lan card. damn, this computer sucks.
     
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    looks like I'm stuck with 100Mb/s.
     
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    PC(prodg)-->PS3 DEX 24M/s
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    not sure if it's worth upgrading this pc or just buying a new one, 'cause this one is incredibly sluggish. resizing several pics causes the system to crash, and it doesn't have to be many.
     
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    Get a new one and throw Linux or something on the old one. I have Debian with XFCE on all my potatoes. It's stable, and browses the web way faster than Win 7 would.

    What network card does your computer have? I've had a similar problem where I should theoretically be getting 1gb speeds, but only 100mb/s. My card and cable both support 1gb. 10/11mb/s is a fair enough transfer rate though, least for me. Took less than an hour to FTP an ISO that was 20gb+.
     
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    lubuntu also works on majority of potatoes and it's fair bit more modern than any distro with xfce.for apsolute trash (old single core p4 and the like) there's portus and the like.people make mistake and get x64 version on machines with less than 4gb of ram,that's the reason why it works poorly.any decent distro and even win (on bit more capable cpu) will work fine in x86 variant and even 2gb of ram.

    also,you need at least 60mb/s on the hdd for any OS to be decent.any linux from last 5-6 years no matter how small will drag on less than 60mb/s.most potatoes can get that or something close to that on first 20gb of space (even really old ide 80gb matrox diamond was if i remember corectly about that on first 20gb's) so trick to partition that fastest and most consistent portion of the drive for OS and swap use.

    sorry for off topic,i reckon it can be of some use since linux and potatoes are already mentioned.
     
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    No way man! My desktop looks cute asf with XFCE. Some window manager tweaks and additional themes from package manager can have your XFCE environment looking more modern than an actual modern desktop lol.
     

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