Unfortunately, no. Not 91 GB, it's 91 Gb, the capitalization means everything here. Byte v Bit.
However, it's still 11.375 GB/s... And that's damn fast.
@Iswearimfunny, exactly what I came here to say
@Iswearimfunny, my local cable company has retail customer service stores. I walk in once to drop TV service and bump up my internet speed (cutting the bill in half). I noticed the sales rep used "gigabit" and "gigabyte" interchangeably so I asked if she understood the difference. Not ONE of the six employees even understood there was a difference- I had to teach them 1 byte = 8 bits, and that kilo-mega-giga was 1024x the previous, not 1k. I felt like Sheldon Cooper just because I wanted an accurate statement about my service speeds.
I've never taken a computer class in my life, and I work in law enforcement where my only (professional) computer use is for report writing and log books.
@JDPhi, well some are trying to switch it so only the first bit to byte conversion is different than conventional 10^x scaling systems so I could see how they get confused
@Iswearimfunny, also, depends where in NASA you are, maybe some mission critical areas might (but even then it wouldn't be over Internet but some internal network. But for example I worked at NASA Marshall and the internet sucked ass.
Cool. Mines a solid 50 ish, sometimes maxing out at 77. Mbps of course.
@The Tower Of Pimps, paying for about 200 mbps
Get a solid 125 to 150
@LieRen, bad wifi? I'm paying for 300 and get about 325.
@CynicalSirr, paying for 75 mbps but get 95-100 because I use the 5 GHZ Feq and no one else in my entire area uses it :)
Any 56kbps here.. high five..
I pay for 100 mbps and amazingly get a steady 85-90
@Shadolianboy, you need a better router my dude. I pay for 100 but with my router I can actually reach 112
@Biggles, what does a better router have to do with throughput?
If you watch Adam ruins everything, the internet episode explains why we dont have this yet as normal people.
@Stump, yeah. I mean the conspiracy thing makes sense until you realize that we just don't have the funds to require everything.
@Stump, I just wish I could get Fios where I live to get 900 mb/s. Sucks paying for 25 and being lucky to get steady 6
@Nudity Industries, I'm actually having Fios Gigabit installed tomorrow
@Nudity Industries, the best I can pay for is 5Mb. Yes. Megabits. Around 700KB/s is the highest possible for download, and if anything downloads over 300KB/s all the bandwidth is gone and nothing can be done anymore. ;-;
"Whole Species get by with less!"
I ain't one for stealing but it think I might steal that wifi "No I'm not building my house here because NASA I'm doing it for the... eh... v-view!"
I just recently got Gigabit fiber internet. It's the greatest thing ever. I no longer have to keep my whole Steam library on my hard drive and can let it breathe.
Rainbow Six Siege takes up more space than GTA V. Just about 80GB
Even though the speed is in Gigabits, which turns out to be roughly 11 Gigabytes per second, as Iswearimfunny pointed out, if it were 91 gigabytes per second you would still be limited by drive speed. It would be crazy expensive for a hard drive fast enough
But... Even if they have this crazy speed, your dl speed is limited by the upload speed of the sending site. So if you connect to a website whose host is running at 1mb a sec, that's all you will get. It's like having a cruiseliner in a pond. Sure it's bigger and better... But it's going nowhere because it's a freaking pond.
Paying a large amount of money for 12 down 5 up, and getting 8 down 2 up is making me very displeased.