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Post #162530893 added 03-25-2023 4:50 PM by drinkingbird in Deal Talk
Use these if you need 10 giga errors per second
Post #162521791 added 03-25-2023 7:27 AM by apokrif in Deal Talk
I'm seeing: $16.92 $46.99 Save $30.07 (64%) *Affirm is not available for business or international orders This item has been discontinued
Post #162520192 added 03-25-2023 4:52 AM by fcreeves in Deal Talk
Damn, could only buy more in stock. Early birds get the worm? Never used anything beyond the 6in and 12in slim runs for rack work.
Post #162520120 added 03-25-2023 4:43 AM by TattyBear in Deal Talk
Offer is back.
Post #162516178 added 03-24-2023 7:51 PM by rcm_rx7 in Deal Talk
Seems to be
Post #162515035 added 03-24-2023 6:35 PM by VulnoX in Deal Talk
Sure you can. Just because the box says it doesn’t mean it’s realistic in most applications. If you are then your NAS is right on top of the router as I said already. You don’t get consistent,...
Post #162514720 added 03-24-2023 6:16 PM by kwikside in Deal Talk
All my speeds are more constant when I use an ethernet connected device. I have had similar speeds on Wifi, but most of the time there is a drop in speed during a large transfer. That is not to say...
Post #162514369 added 03-24-2023 5:49 PM by FeistyRaccoon394 in Deal Talk
That's not true. Most devices use gigabit ethernet ports. A newer mid-teir wifi router and a newer wifi card intel (ax200) will outperform gigabit ethernet in speeds. I can transfer 200 MB/s on...
Post #162514057 added 03-24-2023 5:26 PM by ShrewdIdea9192 in Deal Talk
If you have a nas and you have fast switches then it’s good for transferring local files from one computer to another . Especially if you have 2.5 or 10 gigabit switch .
Post #162514042 added 03-24-2023 5:25 PM by SkillfulRailway607 in Deal Talk
Is the deal dead?
Post #162513607 added 03-24-2023 5:00 PM by VulnoX in Deal Talk
It's crazy seeing people say that they can't see a use for it because Wifi exists. Ethernet is better in any metric for stationary devices that can use it. The fewer items using WiFi the less...
Post #162513427 added 03-24-2023 4:50 PM by fuzzyfacedog in Deal Talk
Our company pushing us to move everyone to WiFi
Post #162513424 added 03-24-2023 4:50 PM by drcookie in Deal Talk
30AWG is kind of small. I rather have 26 or 24. Just my $0.02.
Post #162512596 added 03-24-2023 4:05 PM by fleetmack in Deal Talk
in my home the ONLY time i use wifi is if I cannot run a wire. All computers, tvs/rokus, sonos, hubs, cameras (poe), etc. use Ethernet. If it allows for a wire, I run one. wifi is basically our...
Post #162511942 added 03-24-2023 3:35 PM by sonbrak in Deal Talk
I'll pass on unshielded twisted pair. I don't see a reason to use UTP in your house, its not worth the money you save.
Post #162511480 added 03-24-2023 3:07 PM by goldchocobo in Deal Talk
I saw this last week as I was looking for something 10Gbe compatible (in other words Cat 6a or Cat 8... Cat 7 is a made-up specification but is usually comparable to Cat 6a... Cat 6 eats more power...
Post #162511069 added 03-24-2023 2:45 PM by kungFu-master in Deal Talk
Post #162510694 added 03-24-2023 2:23 PM by jotson in Deal Talk
Probably also questionable for POE devices
Post #162510301 added 03-24-2023 1:59 PM by kungFu-master in Deal Talk
These are 30AWG vs. the 24AWG for Regular cat6a - so use with caution on longer lengths. For 10-15Ft these slimruns are preferred. And I've not done a weight test with either one to see which one is...
Post #162509419 added 03-24-2023 1:11 PM by zeddikus_tkr in Deal Talk
If these were all white, I would buy them. I use 3 50 foot cat5e cables to connect to my computers which are not in the same room as my router.
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