NKO Atomic Clock

Current time in milliseconds unit, dday remaining time calculator, elapsed time, stopwatch, server time checker

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http://nko.kr/?url=https://ticket.yes24.com/Pages/Login/LoginEnt.aspx?ReturnURL=http://ticket.yes24.com/Pages/Perf/Sale/PerfSaleProcess.aspx server time check history

  • 2018-04-19 20:19:15 KST 0.184938
  • 2018-04-19 20:09:55 KST 0.074551
  • 2018-04-19 20:08:26 KST 0.096957
  • 2018-04-19 10:31:21 KST 0.052205
  • 2018-04-18 10:09:04 KST 0.194029
  • 2018-04-18 05:03:59 KST 0.126961
  • 2018-04-17 23:07:26 KST 0.103226
  • 2018-04-17 20:08:01 KST 0.113757
  • 2018-04-17 18:40:31 KST 0.068446
  • 2018-04-17 18:39:15 KST 0.153134
  • Average 0.1168204

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We fetch a server clock and let you see

Webservers transmit their time in seconds unit, so without special treatment, the maximum error would be as big as 1 second. NKO Atomic Clock calculates a server time more than ten times in 1 second and seize the moment when the second changes. Thus we can minimize the calculation error as small as 0.1 second. Moreover, delays between our server and a destination server are considered so the accuracy of time increases.

NKO supports the HTTPS protocol and subdomains

Some servers use different servers over protocols or subdomains. You can get a desired result by specifying more details.

Information

# You need to tell us an exact server address. For example, some sites host differently by whether the address begin with WWW or not.

# Even if your computer clock isn't synchronized, NKO always will display correct time.

# If you click a numeric time error in the history view, the clock will use that measurement.

# The results can have quite much error if the destination server is under load balancing. Please refer to a variance in the server time history information.

# A particular service uses its own time clock, different with web servers' clock. in this case, server time guessing is not meaningful.