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You are mixing up Gbps and Mbps. Gbps means means gigabits per second. Mbps means means megabits per second. And 1 Gbps translates to 1000 Mbps. So if the router can handle 1.9 Gbps that is about 1,900 Mbps which is about 18 times more than Comcast’s 105 Mbps. Which means that when you get your 105 Mbps from Comcast the router will be more than capable ...


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Speed is not the same as speed. Just like a car that can drive 200 mph won't take you 200 miles in one hour (not even 2, if you are unlucky) while driving in a city. I assume with the "speed" windows tells you about, you mean the entry in the Connection Status, which you can see by going to Network and Sharing Center and clicking on the connection. That ...


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While the hit in performance is negligible for most modern computers, under certain circumstances (old computers, multiple VMs) the memory hit is rather significant. Using the Adblock Plus extension can add 60MB of memory use per Firefox process, in addition to 4MB per iframe. Under certain edge cases it can use up to 2GB of memory, which is unacceptable ...


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When it comes to video editing, your computer will usually work the hardest when accessing your footage. That's why it is recommended to put your video files in a separate disk (preferably a RAID), apart from your OS/programs. If I were you, I'd install my OS/programs in the SSD, and I'd also configure it so that all the cache/preview files that Premiere ...



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