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I've come up with something new. Personally I think that it adds a new demension on your download speed test results taken here. I devised a way to take measurments during the test, using those numbers I then plot a graph of the path of the download speed. Check out these insane speeds all the way from Singapore to Dallas TX. Notice how the dip at the start of the test brings the overall score down to 170Mbps when it actually topped out at 323 Mbps. :::.. Download Speed Test Result Details ..::: Download Connection Speed:: 170306 Kbps or 170.3 Mbps Download Speed Test Size:: 200 MB or 204800 kB or 209715200 bytes Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 21288 kB/s or 21.3 MB/s Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Version 13 Validation:: http://testmy.net/db/dRNpu2y TiP Measurement Summary:: Min 33.81 Mbps | Middle Avg 268.7 Mbps | Max 323.26 Mbps TiP Data Points:: 33.81 Mbps, 267.15 Mbps, 312.42 Mbps, 315.36 Mbps, 295.89 Mbps, 323.26 Mbps, 317.15 Mbps, 318.35 Mbps, 317.75 Mbps More Stats:: http://testmy.net/quickstats/CA3LE http://testmy.net/compID/109874687796 Test Time:: 2013-03-03 12:30:17 Local Time Location:: Unknown SG >> Destination:: Dallas, TX US 1MB Download in 0.05 Seconds - 1GB Download in ~1 Minutes - 3041X faster than 56K This test of exactly 204800 kB took 9.855 seconds to complete Running at 727% of hosts average (SoftLayer Dutch Holdings B.V.) User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:19.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/19.0 [!] Here's a speed test result where I purposely ate up my bandwidth periodically durring the test to show how dramatic it can be when there's an issue. :::.. Download Speed Test Result Details ..::: Download Connection Speed:: 9538 Kbps or 9.5 Mbps Download Speed Test Size:: 50 MB or 51200 kB or 52428800 bytes Download Binary File Transfer Speed:: 1192 kB/s or 1.2 MB/s Tested At:: http://TestMy.net Version 13 Validation:: http://testmy.net/db/Md0mgvZ TiP Measurement Summary:: Min 2.63 Mbps | Middle Avg 23.67 Mbps | Max 49.52 Mbps TiP Data Points:: 7.75 Mbps, 10.26 Mbps, 30.62 Mbps, 49.52 Mbps, 4.7 Mbps, 13.27 Mbps, 45.69 Mbps, 35.31 Mbps, 2.63 Mbps More Stats:: http://testmy.net/quickstats/CA3LE http://testmy.net/compID/6436733977554 Test Time:: 2013-03-03 11:39:56 Local Time Location:: Phoenix, AZ US >> Destination:: Dallas, TX US 1MB Download in 0.86 Seconds - 1GB Download in ~15 Minutes - 170X faster than 56K This test of exactly 51200 kB took 44.006 seconds to complete Running at 45% of hosts average (Cox Communications) User Agent:: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.8; rv:19.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/19.0 [!] I think this extra set of data is going to be very helpful for troubleshooting. This is in early stages, I'm only doing it on the default Texas server for now. I wanted to nail down the proof of concept before I expanded it to all the mirrors. I plan on expanding this to take more measurments and also log the information to a database. So you'll have not only a history of your tests... you'll basically have a history of tests within tests. You can really tell a lot about what happened durring the test with this extra information. I hope you all like the idea. Side note, with the addition of logging TiP stats I'll also add a whole new array of datapoints that will be logged, such as browser and OS. So average speeds and ranking of browsers and operating systems will be possible. So keep an eye out for that in the near future. I can't beleive I was able to go from idea to proof of concept in >24 hours. I realized that the system I already had built was totally ready to do that trick already... I just had to give it a little upgrade. Trust me, it's going to get better. ... this is just the TiP...