GMT Time Stamp

Is your PC telling you the correct time?

Time from GMT server

The time when you opened this page was:



Is there a difference?

The upper time stamp is taken from our server which is synchronized to the NTP network and should be accurate within 1 second. The lower timestamp is the time on your computer, converted to GMT. Therefore, if your computer's time is correct, there should not be more than a 2 second difference between the upper and lower time stamps. The extra second is to allow for network delay and the conversion process from your computer's time to GMT.

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