When watching movie on internet I am getting some choppyness. Here is what I am running: Asus P5QL/EPU motherboard, LGA 775 Dual-Core 2.93 GHz Wolfdale E6500, 4 OZC Gold 1066 DDR2 (pc2 8500) and EVGA 512 DDR2. What is your take on this issue regarding the download sites, hardware, etc. Thanks
(Solved) - Internet Video streaming stops / starts(6 posts)
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More than likely it is the feed you are getting. Buffering may not be getting enough ahead of the stream to keep it constant.
How are you connected, Dial-up, Cable, DSL, etc.? What d/l speed?
How is the network topology you are using, direct internet connection, modem, cable+modem, wired CAT5, wireless?
Memory isn't the big player here. It is the NIC cards throughput, the DSL line's quality, and how fast the server can send the data.
I'd run the speed test too but it probably wouldn't show that much. Different servers and you'd not get a real reading for the server you were using.
A TRACERT to the server (from a COMMAND PROMPT enter "TRACERT WWW.servername.com" using the real server name) should give you some data on how far you have to go and some response times.
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