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That is best case scenario ... But probably a premature optimization. You also have to look at time to first byte, total time, and client rendering time.

If it takes like ten seconds to render the site on the client, then 10ms gain on connection time wont help much.

Test tool: http://www.webpagetest.org/video/

When all css, fonts etc are cached on the browser client, then there's almost no gain with CDN.

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