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Cat6 Flat Ethernet Cable
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You what now? Wifi cable? Thats like dividing by zero

if you mean wifi vs ethernet. ethernet wins everytime
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Wifi cables are invisible and much more dependable.
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Lol. They're not wrong. Thin shielding and not quite the right gauge wire/ twist for "true" Cat-6 is going to be the trade off with flat cable but I'm ok with a little potential interference (it's not like we're running these cables in an area with a lot of crosstalk like a server room) for the sheer convenience of being able to run a cable across the house when I need to, keep family from tripping or noticing it with a few pieces of double sided tape, then rolling it back up behind the router, out of sight and out of mind.
For those who would take issue with perhaps this cable not hitting the theoretical max. throughput of Cat6 at 10 Gbps, this product is simply not for them and making their own would be the obvious way to go.

However, for the "home gamer", let's say this flat cable hits half max at 5 Gbps, that's still far more than even fiber optic home packages hit and being a brief owner of Gigabit package, I never came close to getting what I paid for and bought the latest and greatest network equipment with most website and download servers running at 100 Mbps and averaging much lower (I dropped down to the 250 Mbps package after a few months of this).
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Anyone have any suggestions for the quality of this?
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Anyone have any suggestions for the quality of this?
Fakespot gives it a B, which is good enough for me over 900 reviews.. gonna take a chance on the 25' one. Most of the critical reviews are saying the wires are thin with little shielding - no shit lol
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Do you have any promo code for the 5ft-6pack?
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25-foot black code please?
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Fakespot gives it a B, which is good enough for me over 900 reviews.. gonna take a chance on the 25' one. Most of the critical reviews are saying the wires are thin with little shielding - no shit lol
I think the post above yours knocks fakespot down to a 'C''.
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Very thin cable, thus recommend not using it for PoE applications:

Cat6,32 AWG,UL Listed,RJ45
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Fakespot gives it a B, which is good enough for me over 900 reviews.. gonna take a chance on the 25' one. Most of the critical reviews are saying the wires are thin with little shielding - no shit lol
Well little shielding is really bad for a cat 6. Probably wont achieve the 10 gigabit connection at 100 feet. Probably moot since most people are barely getting into gigabit ethernet.
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Fakespot gives it a B, which is good enough for me over 900 reviews.. gonna take a chance on the 25' one. Most of the critical reviews are saying the wires are thin with little shielding - no shit lol
Lol. They're not wrong. Thin shielding and not quite the right gauge wire/ twist for "true" Cat-6 is going to be the trade off with flat cable but I'm ok with a little potential interference (it's not like we're running these cables in an area with a lot of crosstalk like a server room) for the sheer convenience of being able to run a cable across the house when I need to, keep family from tripping or noticing it with a few pieces of double sided tape, then rolling it back up behind the router, out of sight and out of mind.
For those who would take issue with perhaps this cable not hitting the theoretical max. throughput of Cat6 at 10 Gbps, this product is simply not for them and making their own would be the obvious way to go.

However, for the "home gamer", let's say this flat cable hits half max at 5 Gbps, that's still far more than even fiber optic home packages hit and being a brief owner of Gigabit package, I never came close to getting what I paid for and bought the latest and greatest network equipment with most website and download servers running at 100 Mbps and averaging much lower (I dropped down to the 250 Mbps package after a few months of this).
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How does this compare to a Wi-Fi cable?
You what now? Wifi cable? Thats like dividing by zero

if you mean wifi vs ethernet. ethernet wins everytime
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How does this compare to a Wi-Fi cable?
Wifi cables are invisible and much more dependable.
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You what now? Wifi cable? Thats like dividing by zero

if you mean wifi vs ethernet. ethernet wins everytime
Yeah, I'm confused too, is "wifi cable" a new term?

Also, too bad there isn't a 10ft option.
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You what now? Wifi cable? Thats like dividing by zero

if you mean wifi vs ethernet. ethernet wins everytime
My wifi has cables and my tripods have four legs
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