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Post #147771610 added 06-10-2021 8:59 PM by IP_Shop in Deal Talk
The promo code doesn't work.
Post #147771604 added 06-10-2021 8:59 PM by flashfir in Deal Talk
Also because government granted monopolies, Title II, access underground, etc. Source: Knew someone on an overclocking forum who ran an independent ISP and was shut out from growing due to policy...
Post #147771343 added 06-10-2021 8:36 PM by BuddyLove99 in Deal Talk
Cat 8 😳... I’m still using Cat 5e. I thought Cat 6 was the latest and greatest.
Post #147770950 added 06-10-2021 8:14 PM by MxxC in Deal Talk
Hey numbnuts, are consumer switches the only possible devices in this world that could take advantage of that cable?
Post #147764782 added 06-10-2021 1:55 PM by pekinggeese in Deal Talk
Yeah, my house is wired in Cat5e and I get the full gigabit through my fiber gateway. It all depends on the length of the run. Cat5e will work unless you have a huge house.
Post #147764698 added 06-10-2021 1:50 PM by supersteals in Deal Talk
Exactly! These generic brands (ugreen is generic brand) can say wherever they want to on the package…
Post #147764560 added 06-10-2021 1:42 PM by bigchip in Deal Talk
I think the distinction here is 40GBase-T, so 40Gbps using twisted-pair copper. You can get 400Gbps optics or copper DACs and run Ethernet over them, but I'm not aware of any manufacturer selling...
Post #147764452 added 06-10-2021 1:36 PM by EngineerDude in Deal Talk
CAT5e = 1 Gbps @ 100 MHz = Ooh, a fresh pie. Save me a slice. CAT6 = 1 Gbps @ 250 MHz = OK that's good CAT7 = 10 Gbps @ 600 MHz = I SAID that's good! CAT8 = 40 Gbps @ 2000 MHz = It's enough slices!
Post #147764431 added 06-10-2021 1:35 PM by egenesis in Deal Talk
Post #147764110 added 06-10-2021 1:13 PM by CoffeeB in Deal Talk
I just setup 2 dual 10gbe nics for running between each other...(only using one of the pair). Running proxmox and truenas/some vm's on it (also have a 2.5gbe switch qnap here...but had issues...
Post #147762013 added 06-10-2021 11:27 AM by SnailSlug in Deal Talk
Cat 8 is useless for the general population. It's just shorter cat 7 because it's designed for datacenters instead of offices. Cat 5, 5e, 6, and 6a are all fine for somebody's house. The real...
Post #147760918 added 06-10-2021 10:33 AM by Ebbi in Deal Talk
Yep. Rated for 1 Gbps. As I keep stating- go for it. Run it everywhere. The difference of ~$17 for 1000 ft of Cat5e vs Cat6, I think people should always go for the cheapest option and never...
Post #147760846 added 06-10-2021 10:29 AM by TommyT8361 in Deal Talk
Cat5 and Cat5e are rated for 1Gbps. See 802.3ab: IEEE 802.3ab, ratified in 1999, defines Gigabit Ethernet transmission over unshielded twisted pair (UTP) category 5, 5e or 6 cabling, and became...
Post #147760723 added 06-10-2021 10:22 AM by Woden501 in Deal Talk
Plenty of tech savvy people have started in on 10gb for home use. Used enterprise switches and NICs have come down into ranges affordable for the people that would actually know how and what to use...
Post #147760219 added 06-10-2021 9:56 AM by M1NTBERRYCRUNCH in Deal Talk
This is the first I've heard of UGREEN but their shills are particularly active and aggressive on this thread.
Post #147756124 added 06-10-2021 6:43 AM by DaShocKer in Deal Talk
My house has cat 5e run all over when built- I was researching and saw a similar article stating that cat 5e could do up to 2.5Gbps given the new standards. Appreciate the comment as I thought I was...
Post #147755296 added 06-10-2021 5:49 AM by necrodiety in Deal Talk
Yeah, but are they RJ45? You are using DAC's or transceivers, not standard RJ45 ports (like the cable we are all talking about here). I'm not saying 40Gbps is impossible, it certainly is. I'm...
Post #147755152 added 06-10-2021 5:38 AM by jaytalent in Deal Talk
You're funny, because you're just talking semantics now. When someone says their car is a V6 do you go "No sir, a car is not a V6. An engine is a V6" if so, I feel bad for you trying to be a know it...
Post #147753094 added 06-10-2021 12:44 AM by Wallaee957 in Deal Talk
Is it flexible to meet open cable requirements?
Post #147752983 added 06-10-2021 12:20 AM by Ebbi in Deal Talk
👌By all means. You should run whatever you want, that's your choice. I specifically mentioned the wire guage of the matched pairs as well as 100m/~320ft for degredation, not sure why you repeated...
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