I don't know how many of you guys know this already, but today on my GPU-Z I noticed that there was an extra tab on there, and it appears to be some sort of giveaway.
can't hurt to try, right?
oh wow it's not even valid anymore
I feel dumb
HAHAhahahaha, oh god. So, my aunt's friend was looking for a recipe and posted about it on my aunt's facebook, someone said "why don't you google it", and she mentioned she didn't know how to use google. I figured this would be as good a time as any to use LMGTFY.com to explain how it works, so I set up the process and posted the link.
She posted up a few minutes later:
I opened the page and tried typing but then it started to type then hit search all by itself! HELP!!!!
Acutally, we almost did when my old friend was watching about 200GB of Shemale porn @ 3:00 AM.
On my PS3 that was TWO DAYS OLD AND I DIDN'T SET A PASSWORD ON IT.
550/600 GB was used.
It was all videos.
Thank god he moved back to Ohio.
That would only be a good deal in Egypt, where there is no internet access currently.
In Canada, Bell has a 2GB bandwidth cap and charges $2 for every GB over the 'cap.
Shamelessly stolen from the Usage-based Billing in Canada thread (ITN).
I don't think I would survive in Canada.
I set up Rainmeter to monitor my internet usage a week ago and I am at 68 GB Down and 2 up (I don't have anything torrenting, so I'm can't seed).
I'm at 69 now.
Well we have Teksavvy, but that's only for the west, east only gets Bell and Videotron :saddowns:
Oh and I forgot, the 2 GB cap is for their lowest plan (256k I think), their "intermediate" plan gets a 60 GB cap.
In short the can advertise it as unlimited but they start to bitch when you use to much. The problem? There adverts don't mention there is a FUP. There entire site and everything refers to the FUP for limits and etc. The FUP itself (as far as I can find) is some rules made up in 2006 placing it around 10 GB a month, of course it isn't 10 a month anymore.
If they decide you went over it (and you don't know when that is) you get a warning. 3 warnings is getting kicked out(and there like the only company giving cable television here so bye to TV to).
So yeah there is around 120 after I went over it twice with like 100%.
Does comcast limit bandwidth or anything? We could switch to them and get better speeds for cheaper, but I've always disliked comcast.
I doubt we'd use 600GB but my brother is a huge torrenter, still doubting it's above 600GB a month. Should I switch? I currently get about 10 Mb/s download (1.2 MB Download) and 1-2 Mb/s upload. It's horrible!
Content I just remembered:
5 years ago, a friend of mine has gone 10GB over his bandwidth cap. His mother told him to not to download anything because they were on a quite expensive ISP temporaly. At the end of the month, they received a letter telling them to pay $1000 due to going "extremely" over the bandwidth cap and they "could've damaged their systems because of the extra load". I'm still puzzled how he managed to go over the 5GB cap with a wireless 0.1/0.0000000000000000000001Mbit/s connection.
I have a feeling this thread is going to turn into "Post your speedtest results" soon.
Someone in my school tried opening a project by using the save command.