A lot of lag when playing PSP games on Adrenaline

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it is. I thought you meant transferring the games from the ps3 back to the pc for some reason.

So, transferring ISO and PKG games from the PC to the PS3 is faster and is also less likely to make FileZilla timeout or stop transferring for some reason than JB? There are (at least) two advantages of transferring ISO and PKG games over JB ones, then.
 

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yes, it's unlikely to happen. you have to open and close a thread on the ps3 when using ftp, so opening and closing in rapid succession makes the ftp unstable. it's a ps3 problem mostly as I've transferred lots of tiny files to the series x with no problems.
 

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yes, it's unlikely to happen. you have to open and close a thread on the ps3 when using ftp, so opening and closing in rapid succession makes the ftp unstable. it's a ps3 problem mostly as I've transferred lots of tiny files to the series x with no problems.

What do you mean by thread? Also, when FileZilla stops transferring files and shows an error message, is it because FileZilla timed out or because of another reason?
 
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that's what they're called, threads, not sure why. even if you have timeout set to infinite, ftp will stop transferring files.
 

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that's what they're called, threads, not sure why. even if you have timeout set to infinite, ftp will stop transferring files.

Just to be sure, I followed this but didn't change the limit local ports setting, the settings with the red circles and didn't set a site on the Site Manager. I don't know if it makes transfers faster and FileZilla less likely to timeout.
 
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that's good, yes. that's about the max you can hope for.

But it's slower than these latest FW speedtests results, even though I have a more up-to-date FW and because of that it might be slower because the FW is different than the mentioned ones and in some cases a more up-to-date FW is slower than a previous FW.
 
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But it's slower than these latest ones, even though I have a more up-to-date FW and it might be slower because the FW is different than the mentioned ones.

Also, transferring from PS3 to PC is a lot slower than those latest FW speedtests results. I'm using IRISMAN, if that matters.
 
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those won't matter. the ps3 ftp speed maxes at around 20MBs iirc if using a gigabit connection. the ps3 itself is bottlenecked. not sure if you've done this, but downloading a game from the store is unbearably slow, like 3 hours for a 5GB game.
 

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those won't matter. the ps3 ftp speed maxes at around 20MBs iirc if using a gigabit connection. the ps3 itself is bottlenecked. not sure if you've done this, but downloading a game from the store is unbearably slow, like 3 hours for a 5GB game.

I guess it's because the PSN servers have a low download speed limit and that goes for the PSP, PS Vita/PS TV, PS4 and PS5 too?
 

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on the series x, I get like between 12-18MBs/second via wifi. I can just imagine the speeds if using ethernet. btw, that was using wifi, the ps3 speeds, it's slow as hell just like the wiiu and probably the 360.

ps5 is pretty fast, like comparable to the series x. there's probably a limit, but it would difficult to reach it I'm sure.
 

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the pstv is like 1MB/s via wifi, and the vita is like a third of that iirc. point being is that older systems are bottlenecked or limited in some way, I bet.
 
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