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14-ft Rosewill CAT 6 Network Ethernet Cable $1.50@Newegg (20-ft CAT5e / $2.46)

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Got three 7ft cat8 Ethernet cables [newegg.com] for $15.33 shipped and placed another order for two 10ft cat8s [newegg.com] for $12.03 via another account to use the coupon once again; thanks OP.

I just realized that I have been using cat5 Ethernet cables for a few of my devices and I figured it was time for an upgrade.

Cat8 seems to be the best available plus it's backwards compatible and it won't become obsolete for quite a while it appears. Cat8 isn't that much more expensive either than standard cat6a cable thanks to this sale so I figured I should stock up.
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Thanks OP, I got a bunch of CAT6 7ft cables and a few of the 20ft CAT5E cables.

I quickly realized how much I hate crimping my own cables shortly after doing it. Wish the 14ft was still in stock
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Some of the quality looks suspect
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Cat8 is Cat6 with shielding for each twisted pair and shielding for the full bundle. You'll likely need versions of RJ45 connectors that properly terminate and ground the shielding if you're looking for that level of throughput.

This is just informational. You can use Cat8 with typical RJ45 connectors and it'll work fine.
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