A week ago, I had AT&T fiber installed. I've been wanting fiber for forever and when I found out it was available in my area and for only $5 more a month than I paid Comcast, I jumped on it. Everything seems to work great, except I'm not getting anywhere near the ~940Mbps download speeds I thought I would get. The best speedtest results I've had for download speed was ~500Mbps and the best for upload is ~944Mbps with the AT&T server. I'm just curious why I'm not getting better download results. I've tried 6 different servers listed in the Speedtest app, but none are any better. I'm averaging ~300Mbps for both upload/download. My computer is older, but it does have a LAN card built into the mobo that's 1G capable and while I'm only using Cat5e, I don't think it's a need for a Cat6 cable, though I could be wrong. I don't think I'd get ~944 upload on the AT&T server if the cable was an issue. Just thought I'd check and see if there's something obvious I need to check? BTW, don't get me wrong, getting an average of 300Mbps is great. Even if it never gets better, it's worth the extra $5 I'm paying vs Comcast getting ~120Mbps speed.