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43 minutes ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

Scampass peeps, how do we improve download speeds ? Nothing running in background. Starts at 300 Mbps or so, and quickly stabilizes at 70 Mbps (connection is gigabit, Jiofiber). 

Also, how do i put the console on standby ?

 

Don't put on standby :P Just go to the home screen from in-game and turn off the console. Standby is only for consoles that don't have quick resume :D

Jokes aside, check the power settings. There are two options - Instant On, Power Savings. Instant-On kind of operates like a standby mode. 

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40 minutes ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

 

So well packed. Mine had no packing. And the side was torn. Thankfully inside was all good. 

 

They had did that with my One X. Series X by default has superb packing which nearly keeps the console safe. So good to see it was recieved in proper condition.

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Setup done for the console and what on earth is wrong with the download speed? With a 200Mbit line it's fluctuating all over the place, even more than it did on my One X. Do any of you get full peak speed on it with an Airtel Fibre line?

 

Rest all looks good. The setup process was super smooth with all my settings carrying over. Will test out the games in morning.

 

Kudos to Amazon for getting it on Christmas day. Packaging was perfect this time.

 

Edit: Just rebooted and download speed seems better now. 

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1 hour ago, Ethan_Hunt said:

Setup done for the console and what on earth is wrong with the download speed? With a 200Mbit line it's fluctuating all over the place, even more than it did on my One X. Do any of you get full peak speed on it with an Airtel Fibre line?

 

Rest all looks good. The setup process was super smooth with all my settings carrying over. Will test out the games in morning.

 

Kudos to Amazon for getting it on Christmas day. Packaging was perfect this time.

 

Edit: Just rebooted and download speed seems better now. 

Even i had this problem with xbox series s on Airtel fibernet. 
Connecting with  ethernet cable(cat6 for above 100 mbps) solves this problem.

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3 hours ago, Ethan_Hunt said:

Setup done for the console and what on earth is wrong with the download speed? With a 200Mbit line it's fluctuating all over the place, even more than it did on my One X. Do any of you get full peak speed on it with an Airtel Fibre line?

 

Rest all looks good. The setup process was super smooth with all my settings carrying over. Will test out the games in morning.

 

Kudos to Amazon for getting it on Christmas day. Packaging was perfect this time.

 

Edit: Just rebooted and download speed seems better now. 

 

Haha. Same issue with my net too. Can't seem to get over 300 Mbps on ethernet on a gigabit connection. And that is when everything seems fine. 

 

Couple of things helped:

 

Suspend/close any background app/game

Got a slight boost when changing power mode from standby to energy saving. 

 

Guess many new Xbox consoles would be sold on Christmas, and servers are getting hammered. 

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6 hours ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

Suspend/close any background app/game

Got a slight boost when changing power mode from standby to energy saving. 

 

Also, check if any games are on quick resume in Groups -> Quick Resume. 

If there are 2 or more games in QR, download speeds will throttle terribly. 

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