10/19/2011, 12:53 PM
Ian, those are fanTASTic videos!! Me want new toys... Ran through both of them on my 3.04 32GB. More than once. Will likely do it again. 480p works perfectly in both, no buffering, stuttering or choppiness at all. slight stuttering at certain points at 720p or 1080p, but I didn't encounter the buffering issues at all, even with 1080p.
Originally Posted by Daemon
Due to prior wireless issues, I recently went from a 2 year old Belkin (OK) to a D-Link 815 (fail) to now a Cisco E2500 N+ dual band router. Better coverage, better speed, etc. 50MBps broadband doesn't hurt either!
The only way I could replicate your issue was by going into Govnah and changing the advanced options on the fly... My Touchpad didn't appear to appreciate that whatsoever... Aside from that, if you do have Govnah installed, my system is currently set up in Advanced Settings as having the CPU Up Threshold at 75% (turns core 2 on sooner under load), and set the I/O Scheduler to NOOP instead of CFQ. Depending upon which wireless router you're on, you may or may not find changing TCP Congestion to RENO vs. CUBIC can make a difference. Seems to vary by Router, and how far away you are.
Worth a shot, anyhow. Thank you for the vicarious thrill of drilling holes in the sky!