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Monday, 27 August 2007 13:04

MSI gets faster driver downloads

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Finally a faster server


We’ve noticed yesterday that MSI’s FTPs and driver servers got significantly faster. This was the weakest spot of the Taiwanese giant. From now on you can download drivers and updates much faster and we’ve experienced 100+ KB speeds.

 

We can be greedy and say that we’ve seen better as Nvidia and ATI servers offer 1MB+ downloads a second but we are happy with 100KB+ as in the past we had like 5 to 40 KB/s in best case.

We hope Asus will follow this move and at our connection Asus is still about twice slower when it comes to drive downloads.

 

 

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