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dose the processor regulate how much speed one can use from the ISP

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@JimP4 

No, it does not.

 

Internet speed in actual use depends on (1) plan purchased from your Internet provider (lower cost means lower speed), connection type (WiFi is a LOT slower than Ethernet wired), performance of the website to which you are connecting.

 

For example, I have a 1Gbps plan but connecting to websites, I generally get about 1/4 of that even though with SpeedTest, I can get close to 800Mpbs.

 

So, run ookla speed test to see what speeds you get.  If you are getting a lot less speed than your Internet plan provides, you need to contact your Internet provider and complain loudly -- as they could be "throttling" you.



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