Seeing how there was no answer to my previous issue of slow transfer speeds on a router, I got a cat5e crossover cable. My concern is that the same slow transfer speeds persist. Well, maybe a tad faster, but still not surpassing the 400kb/s mark. I tried to transfer data between two computers and the results were rather... fascinating. The transfer speeds seemed unstable, jumping between 70kb/s and 2mb/s quite randomly. When I tried to use a different computer to hold my converted games, the results were much the same, nothing higher than 400kb/s. Now, I'd like to as whether this is, in fact, normal? I am starting to believe that it is, but I have read about people who could run games with decent load speeds and without video stutter and the like.
I'm playing Digital Devil Saga 2, and the game freezes at the same point during a video, which I assume is a timing issue or something of that sort, as the video, the audio, the subtitles and an interactive question (one I have to answer to) asked by the actual game interface, are all out of sync.
Am I right in assuming that this is a timing issue?
May I add also that I'm on a PAL PS3.