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Topic # 223015 8-Sep-2017 11:03
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Hey everyone,

 

We've recently made upgrades to our Steam caches, so Orcon customers should notice a big improvement in their Steam download speeds. Technically speaking, our Steam caches are now capable of delivering up to 1Gbps - depending on what your machine can handle.

 

We're keen to hear how you find it and what speeds you are seeing - so let us know!

 

Cheers,

 

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  Reply # 1860866 8-Sep-2017 13:04
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Does the said Steam cache be beneficial to other non-Orcon Steam users in NZ?





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  Reply # 1860879 8-Sep-2017 13:26
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Does the said Steam cache be beneficial to other non-Orcon Steam users in NZ?



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  Reply # 1861239 9-Sep-2017 12:18
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Very nice!

 

 

 

great to see steam getting a touch of love still :)





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Nice Work :D  Had to give it a try

 

 

 


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