Making this a sticky because it seems a lot of people get confused...Line speeds are measured in megabits per second: MbpsDownloads are measured in megabytes per second: MB/s
Note that one byte is eight bits. This means 10 MB/s is the same as 80 mbps.
Also, GB (gigabyte) is not the same as Gb (gigabit). One GB is eigth times one Gb.When posting about speeds and storage eight times is a big difference.
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