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 Post subject: RE: Is there a difference in download speed and buffering..?
PostPosted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 5:38 am 
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Hello. Nice to meet you! I have a question that I have been pondering for some time and I found this forum to likely be the best place to ask it.

My question:

Generally speaking, is there a difference in download speed and buffering/temporary freezing on a router contrasting between a 128 MB vs 16 MB flash memory when downloading, say 45 minute YouTube video with all other possible factors remaining the same (a constant) like the PC hardware stats; the modem hardware stats; and having an ISP provide sustained rates of 3Mbps Downstream and 500kbps upstream? If there is a difference, please explain if you can.

NOTE: FYI, the RAM is 128 MB for either a 128 MB or 16 MB flash memory on the router.

Please reply.

Thank you!


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