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| buy (almost) anything except focus, Intel Core™ i7-8700K (Won at LTX, signed by Dennis) | 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4-3200 | GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS GAMING 5 | Sapphire NITRO+ AMD RX VEGA 64 | NZXT H510 | GIGABYTE G750H PSU | MasterLiquid ML240L, Intel Core™ i7-4720HQ | GIGABYTE GA-H81M-S2PV | 16GB Kingston HyperX DDR3-1866 | Intel "UrFPSGon" HD Graphics 4600 | Define C TG | Corsair CX450M, Spare Laptop (HP Elitebook 850 G2)/Gaming Laptop (Legion Y7000)/Old Server, Elitebook: i7 5500U | 8GB DDR3L-1333 | 500GB SAMSUNG 860 Evo | AMD R7 M260 (I found this in a garbage bin at the airport), Legion: i5 8300H | 16GB RAM | 256GB SSD | 1TB HDD | 1050 Ti | Power Brick, Old Server: FX8120 | ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 | 8GB Chinese RAM | Radeon HD 5000 Series iGPU | 4TB HDD | 275GB SSD. Looks like it depends on the feeder card. Started 33 minutes ago TheLesso From the node, the rest of the connection is either a copper pair phone line (VDSL) or a coaxial cable line (DOCSIS 3.0 or higher). Usage Allowance: 80 GB, Price: $66.95 / month I am currently getting 5ms ping on speedtest.net .... so is that the lowest it goes on Bell/Rogers? Basically ANY Internet connection faster than, say, 20 Mbps, is a form of Fibre. I would go with the plan that has the best value, which is almost certainly Rogers. Usage Allowance: 250 GB. How is the latency now compared to Bell? But still not as good as Bell Fibe?Would a good way to test be if I have both Rogers and Bell on two separate computers next to each other, then go to pingtest.net for each of them?This is my current pingtest result on Bell Fibe 50 in Markham : Rogers has recently replaced and probably is still currently replacing the Cisco CMTS equipment with Casa CMTS equipment. They resell both Rogers and Bell lines, and have lots of good packages. Speed: 6 Mbps down, 256 Kbps up Usage Allowance: 120 GB, Price: $86.95 / month FTTN has a fibre backbone from their offices (or another major node), to a node in your neighbourhood. Started August 31, By giber gpon is simmar but I just read that there is a 100gbps card available. As for FTTH? Search this thread. If anyone in your household is a Canadian student, you can leverage the student ID to get the Bell Student Internet Plan. Usage Allowance: 250 GB, Price: $84.99 / month For Sale - iPhone SE 32GB - Unlocked - Rose Gold: Sold, * Intel i7-4770K * ASRock Z97 Anniversary * 16GB RAM * 750w Seasonic Modular PSU *, * Crucial M4 128GB SSD (Primary) * Hitachi 500GB HDD (Secondary) *, * Gigabyte HD 7950 WF3 * SATA Blu-Ray Writer * Logitech g710+ * Windows 10 Pro x64 *. Please check the providers' websites for full details. Started 21 minutes ago Yes, FTTN (Fibre to the Node). They only use the old but they still get decent speeds. Fibre to the can out on the wire, if they do that. Telus evens spells it wrong, FiberOptiks and now they coined the term Pure Fiber. So it's more accurate to say phone line vs. TV cable. Speed: 250 Mbps down, 20 Mbps up Linus Media Group is not associated with these services. In my case I currently see an average ping time to the CMTS (the node beyond the modem) of 20 ms with varying ping times that can reach into the 200 to 300 ms range. It costs a lot less and the Internet speed is around 50 Mbps I think. So latency does not matter a whole lot anymore. This means your neighbours habits could directly affect you, if your neighbourhood is over-subscribed. They resell both Bell and Rogers lines btw. Fiber optics is a gimmick, its fiber until the switch, then copper. Just have a look at it before you decide on something. Theres about a $5-10 difference between the plans, is cable really that much worse than Fibre? Posted in CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory, By Posted in Displays, By It is usually safer if there is lets say bell upgraded services in your area but bell has yet to make it self-known in my area. Like I said it all depends on your area and if Rogers has your area on priority list. Ughh .... this site is not working properly. I had a 25/10 (well, 25/7 in reality) DSL connection with Teksavvy over Bell lines and my latency was 17ms minimum and I'm in Toronto. Bell's "Fibe" is only fiber to the neighborhood, phone line to the house. Would a good way to test be if I have both Rogers and Bell on two separate computers next to each other, then go to pingtest.net for each of them? In my case I currently see an average ping time to the CMTS (the node beyond the modem) of 20 ms with varying ping times that can reach into the 200 to 300 ms range. That's true. With that in mind, I would check your postal code with a TPIA (Third Party Internet Access) ISP, such as TekSavvy (www.teksavvy.com). My area is one of the first areas to always be apart of the first wave of new upgrades from Rogers and also to get node issues resolved quickly. Speed: 45 Mbps down, 4 Mbps up At my old place, which was in an apartment complex, the best package from Bell was 50/10 - but Rogers still had them beat with 1000/50 there too (And Rogers had that package available about 4-5 years before Bell had anything beyond old ADSL speeds there). I get about 5-8 ms now on the Rogers speed test server from the speedtest.net website. I could get 25/10 here or better with Rogers, well Virgin claims i can get 50/10... Rogers requires work(no rogers to the house), Virgin wants to manhandle everything inside my home to set it up and during winter yea...I have carpet  If i upgraded my package (tempting) Bell rep would nag on how i can get better speeds, not allowed but they do it anyways... One even was so cocky to do so on a service call from their throttling, the guy literally fixed it (while)at the box, I get it from the local cable company (Shaw), which only values customers that pay a lot (used to get 3/0.02 paying for 10/0.5). In my personal experience, I've pretty much never experienced congestion, and that's with both Rogers or Bell (DOCSIS vs DSL). Jump to page: / 2. Posted in CPUs, Motherboards, and Memory, By Started 10 minutes ago So it's more accurate to say phone line vs. TV cable. Its still early days yet, but I would expect that issue to be resolved. It would be much faster (250Mbps download vs 50Mbps) but my boyfriend and I are starting online/LAN gaming and was wondering if switching to Rogers would impact gaming (playing co-op games like Diablo III, Dying Light, etc mostly on the same LAN but sometimes long distance).I live in a condo apartment building in Markham if that matters (Hwy7/Warden). Speed: 100 Mbps down, 10 Mbps up Currently I have Ignite 150u and I am getting 200 Mbs with no slowdowns, but I do have restart my router once a month. However, you might find that all companies provide packages at the same speed and price. By Speed: 150 Mbps down, 10 Mbps up I take it this is fiber to the cabinet and not fiber to the home. How good the rogers service will be, will depends on how many are put on a node. Usage Allowance: 100 GB, Price: $65.95 / month Posted in General Discussion, Linus Media Group Usage Allowance: 50 GB, Price: $64.99 / month Speed: 25 Mbps down, 2 Mbps up I am currently on Bell Fibe 50 for $65/month, thinking of switching to Rogers for their current promotion (Rogers Ignite 250u for $75/month). Usage Allowance: 99999 GB, Price: $43.95 / month https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiber_to_the_x. Which endpoint antivirus is best for server, i flip pcs and know roughly something maybe about psus. Usage Allowance: 15 GB, Price: $38.49 / month georgian boy Posted in New Builds and Planning, By D3ATHBoy Started 13 minutes ago Imannudein I am currently on Bell Fibe 50 for $65/month, thinking of switching to Rogers for their current promotion (Rogers Ignite 250u for $75/month). With the speed issue out of the way, let’s talk about the other factors that can influence your decision. Contact us to have us make your guide if not available (fees may apply). There is a post here recently that pointed out a 2 ms ping time to google, which I believe was with Fibe. See below for your cable package’s Channel Guide. At times of heavy usage, the bell fibe slows down 2 Mb sometimes. While Cable providers uses similar tactics, meaning the Roger service is whats called Fiber to the node, it tends to allow faster service and with the new Docsis 3.1 spec, a lot greater speeds. Here's my speedtest. Looking for information about Bell and Rogers TV services? Yet, I'm right in Toronto... not in the shticks. Usage Allowance: 300 GB, Price: $94.99 / month

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