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sinn78 asked this question on 06-10-2021 at 10:20 AM
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You will need a couple rj45 to rj11 adapters for each end. Or you could just buy the correct cable instead.
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40Gpbs over copper ethernet? Yeah, that doesn't exist. You're just buying a cable with a braided jacket. Save your cash and use any standard CAT5e cable.
The guage wire of the matched pairs matters. I agree on not hitting 40Gbps, but I also know from installing ethernet cable (as a job, and now on the side) for 20+ years that yes... the cable matters. Cat 5e is fine if you're rocking out your 100 Mbps Comcast/Spectrum internet over wifi and just need the connection from router to (Networking/WiFi)device.

But if you're rocking some of the new(ish) 1 or 2 Gbps Fiber connections, you minimally want Cat 6 installed, and especially if you're hardwiring anything. Go ahead and go run some speedtests.

Don't take my word for it, you can find all the info you need all over the internet.
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The guage wire of the matched pairs matters. I agree on not hitting 40Gbps, but I also know from installing ethernet cable (as a job, and now on the side) for 20+ years that yes... the cable matters. Cat 5e is fine if you're rocking out your 100 Mbps Comcast/Spectrum internet over wifi and just need the connection from router to (Networking/WiFi)device.

But if you're rocking some of the new(ish) 1 or 2 Gbps Fiber connections, you minimally want Cat 6 installed, and especially if you're hardwiring anything. Go ahead and go run some speedtests.

Don't take my word for it, you can find all the info you need all over the internet.
I have ATT fiber (1gb asymetric). I can tell you that the ATT installers are using plain ol cat 5e for their modem runs. I watched the guy pull it. From the modem, I do run cat 6 to my firewall and I do get my full bandwidth. But their fiber to modem run was about 60ft of 5e here and I get near gig speed with no issue. So 5e should work just fine for 1Gbps.

My point though was that no one is going to get 40Gbps of speed on a copper ethernet cable. I mean, we are just now starting to get 2.5Gbps nics out there. There is no 40Gpbs copper ethernet adapters out there so it seems silly to market a speed that no one can get.
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There is no 40Gpbs copper ethernet adapters out there so it seems silly to market a speed that no one can get.
May be that's why they're marketing it. There's no way for most people to validate the claim Wink
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I see that UGREEN shills are spamming their trash everywhere.
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The guage wire of the matched pairs matters. I agree on not hitting 40Gbps, but I also know from installing ethernet cable (as a job, and now on the side) for 20+ years that yes... the cable matters. Cat 5e is fine if you're rocking out your 100 Mbps Comcast/Spectrum internet over wifi and just need the connection from router to (Networking/WiFi)device.

But if you're rocking some of the new(ish) 1 or 2 Gbps Fiber connections, you minimally want Cat 6 installed, and especially if you're hardwiring anything. Go ahead and go run some speedtests.

Don't take my word for it, you can find all the info you need all over the internet.
They definitely shouldn't take your word for it, cat5e can do 1gbps no problem at up to 100 meters.
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They definitely shouldn't take your word for it, cat5e can do 1gbps no problem at up to 100 meters.
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Yes, up to 100m (~320ft) there is little to no signal degradation in cat5e or cat6.

*golfclap*

Not sure the intention, but anyways if there is lengths of wire running, cat6 is better.

If it's wifi then whatever.
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What consumer devices support Cat 8? None that I'm aware of.
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Quote from Ebbi :
The guage wire of the matched pairs matters. I agree on not hitting 40Gbps, but I also know from installing ethernet cable (as a job, and now on the side) for 20+ years that yes... the cable matters. Cat 5e is fine if you're rocking out your 100 Mbps Comcast/Spectrum internet over wifi and just need the connection from router to (Networking/WiFi)device.

But if you're rocking some of the new(ish) 1 or 2 Gbps Fiber connections, you minimally want Cat 6 installed, and especially if you're hardwiring anything. Go ahead and go run some speedtests.

Don't take my word for it, you can find all the info you need all over the internet.
Well if you've been installing cable for 20 years, then you'd know that Cat 5e is good for 1 Gbps.

Though if you somehow have a connection faster than 1 Gbps, then sure, upgrade to Cat 6. The price difference is negligible, and it allows you to futureproof yourself.
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So many UGREEN posts lately
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My home is cat5e wired and I have 1gig fiber. I get near 1 gig speed.
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Any deals for cat8 Ethernet cables 50ft-$100ft around $5-$10?
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