“Good times and great time for everyone.”

Server Time

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This clock shows the server time adjusted to your time zone. A more precise clock is also available.


ntp1.curby.net - New Mexico, USA
ntp2.curby.net - Texas, USA

If you’re near one of these time servers, it might make a good time source for you. Regardless, you should probably use the standard server rotation provided by the NTP Pool Project.


Regarding the NTP-disciplined clocks on curby.net time servers, precision is generally 1-2 μs. Accuracy (offset) is generally within 1-2 μs for stratum 1 servers and 1 ms for stratum 2 servers. Information about the live web clocks can be found on the clocks page.

Polled every 8 seconds, the average offset from the atomic clock source on a normal day was 0.0262 μs, and the standard deviation was 1.92 μs.

Graphs and historical views are on the todo list. For now, see the NTP Pool scorecard.

Want to Help?

Accurate timekeeping is critically important to the Internet, but it doesn’t receive much support.

If you’d like to help, you can donate to the Network Time Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports network timekeeping projects such as NTP.

System administrators can add their servers to the NTP Pool.


Redesigned site; added live clock and clock page.
Migrated ntp2 to new hardware and IP address. Added website to ntp2.
Added ntp2.curby.net to pool, served from Texas.
Added website to ntp.
ntp cleared score threshold and joined pool rotation.
Added ntp.curby.net to the NTP Pool, served from New Mexico.


Write to time@curby.net with any questions or concerns.