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Post #169684893 added 03-08-2024 11:55 AM by fxrdr31 in Hot Deals
No them and many others do not understand the standards
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Post #168601189 added 01-08-2024 10:49 PM by CrimsonGoat205 in Hot Deals
Do they sell on Walmart?
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Post #168599704 added 01-08-2024 8:28 PM by noworry in Hot Deals
I am still using cat 5e. No need to upgrade.
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Post #168599209 added 01-08-2024 7:57 PM by tsm37 in Hot Deals
Listen most of you, fiber is preferred over cat8 rj45 when you go 20gbps, 40 gbps, etc.
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Post #168599101 added 01-08-2024 7:51 PM by JasonP7172 in Hot Deals
No idea if it's a decent cable or not but it's absolutely not to Cat 8 spec.
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Post #168598909 added 01-08-2024 7:39 PM by TWKZ85 in Hot Deals
These ultra thins do not last either, never use them for anything serious or better yet not at all.
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Post #168597397 added 01-08-2024 5:45 PM by Whiterabbit77 in Hot Deals
cat5e support 5Gb speed at 100ft 22awg conductor.
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Post #168597220 added 01-08-2024 5:34 PM by tryzub in Hot Deals
What happened to Cat 7? Dog ate it? 😱
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Post #168595570 added 01-08-2024 3:51 PM by Frugal_Jerk in Hot Deals
I like it for practical reasons, like I can tell the cable apart from other cables. I run one between my modem and router. So many cables down there, less interference sounds good. Google search...
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Post #168595405 added 01-08-2024 3:35 PM by geniv in Hot Deals
if you have eqiupment to fully support 40gbs. you wouldn't want to use copper cable for connection. you would use multi mode fiber.
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Post #168594028 added 01-08-2024 2:02 PM by jayakumarr in Hot Deals
If your ISP provides the kind of speed this cable supports and you have that high speed plan, it makes sense to buy this. Else pick a standard cat6 cable should do just fine.
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Post #168593074 added 01-08-2024 1:08 PM by Earthwormjim in Hot Deals
Very thin wire, do not buy, completely overpriced for the amount of copper you are getting. From the Q/A section:
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Post #168592687 added 01-08-2024 12:44 PM by dealmonkey in Hot Deals
Take a look at this video. Newer standards are not always better for components that weren't designed for that standard. Plus the quality of the cable matters. https://youtu.be/r7pW2Pz2h10?si
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Post #168592141 added 01-08-2024 12:13 PM by mspielman in Hot Deals
Buying CAT8 for residential/SOHO is not just stupid; it's potentially harmful as a crappily constructed CAT8 cable can actually make things worse. Unless you're doing something like video editing...
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Post #168592021 added 01-08-2024 12:06 PM by throlly in Hot Deals
CAT8 are meant for datacenters, CAT6A would be the most one needs for residential.
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Post #168591106 added 01-08-2024 11:28 AM by psychocabbage in Hot Deals
holding out for the cat15 cables...if that becomes a thing
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Post #168590395 added 01-08-2024 10:45 AM by mat2000 in Hot Deals
Gonna hold off and wait for Cat10e to come out .. any day now .. Honestly fraudulent claims of cat7, cat8 cables on products sold on Amazon left and right .. super thin conductors .. not...
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Post #168589999 added 01-08-2024 10:24 AM by Arnoldstrife in Hot Deals
Copper is Copper until it isn't (like CCA). Copper in CAT8 is the same as Copper in Cat 6 except for the size. But CAT8 allows for smaller AWG(size). Thinner copper allows for tighter twist and...
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Post #168589855 added 01-08-2024 10:17 AM by E_M__ in Hot Deals
If you're looking for couplers, just buy RJ45 Cat6 Keystone couplers and get way more for the price. 10 Pack for
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Post #168588079 added 01-08-2024 8:36 AM by ViciousXUSMC in Hot Deals
If you want 40gb go fiber not copper. Especially at any decent length. My new desktop uses a 10gb RJ45 Ethernet connection and I have it working fine with a SFP+ RJ45 module and a "Cat7" cable....
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