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Gaming slowing networks?


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Forgive my ignorance, but I'm moving into college on sunday, but still want to play UT3 online. Will this slow the college network down? I know it's not much information, but generally will my gaming have an obvious impact?
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It will take up bandwidth, but if the admins there are worth their money, they would take it so that your gaming won't affect the college :)
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Yer as Gravity Grip has said unless there still on dialup there wont be any problem with it

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Exactly what I wanted to hear :) Hopefully it's faster than my home connection, too.
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Yep it probally should be!
and yer youl be fine they shouldnt notice a differnece atall

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