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AmazonBasics Cat6 Ethernet Solid Bulk Cable (23 AWG, UTP) - 304.8 Meters, Red - £60.06 (UK Mainland) Delivered @ Amazon by Amazon EU
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Good price for 308m cat 6 cable (y) About this item 304.8 Meters Cat6 ethernet cable for wiring home or office networks Performs at a bandwidth up to 250MHz Low signal lo… Read more

Technically wired connections are less secure as the data is not encrypted, therefore if you can splice into a cable you can syphon the data. Granted with WiFi the signal is omnipresent and can be intercepted, but it needs decrypted


Dude - what are you smoking? Cat5e is perfectly fine for gigabit networks, Cat6a is not the minimum and overkill for most home installs unless you are going 10G...


Yeah, sounds right. I put 24 ports in my 3 bed and used about 500m / 550m


You'll be surprised. We had our house rewired. 2 bedroom house and went through 300m of network cable.


One day they'll be as good as wires were in 2001.

WD_Black D50 2TB SN730 NVMe SSD Thunderbolt Dock 2x USB-C 10Gb/s ports 3x USB-A 10Gb/s - £310 @
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Possibly a bit of a niche product but a really nice package overall and good value from using a fee free card. WD_Black D50 1TB NVMe SSD Gaming Dock Review - Unheard o… Read more

Seems like it runs very hot...


thanks, sorry, I meant to say Intel :)


Intel have removed the licensing as TB is their tech.


This is a docking station so DP is a video output. Connect a laptop to this with one cable and it gives you power, video out etc.


Whys this thing have a display port?

ASUS TUF Gaming B550M-PLUS, mATX Motherboard Dual M.2 10 DrMOS 2.5 Gb Ethernet USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A / C £113.62 (UK) Amazon EU @ Amazon
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
AMD AM4 socket: Ready for 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ with Radeon™ Graphics Processors Enhanced power solution: 8+2 DrMOS power stages, ProCool connector, militar… Read more

Or just use NASA's 91gbps line


Meh, Cat 8 = 40Gbps.


WIFI6 = 9.6 Gbps. (y)


Meh, WIFI6 = 9.6 Gbps


Have this board, works great with my 5800X. Regarding the wifi - the wifi model reduces the extra PCIE 16x slot (4x electrical) down to only 2x electrical if you use the 1x slot. The non-wifi does not have this limitation. I bought a micro-atx board as I never used all the slots on my ATX board, but I want all the bandwidth if I need it (and I don't need fast wifi) Plus WFH my VPN is rubbish over wifi, and my NAS has 2.5gbe

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MERCUSYS 8-Port 10/100/1000Mbps Desktop Ethernet Switch for £11 (Now out of stock) / 5-port version for £7.50 (+£4.99 non-prime) Amazon
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
The title on Amazon is wrong, this is the gigabit version, not the fast ethernet one. Eight 10/100/1,000 Mbps auto-negotiation RJ45 ports with auto MDI / MDIX supported Easily… Read more

the answer is very simple terms is yes - things are rarely absolutely and categorically black and white in networking, but for the purpose of answering the question at the level it was asked, you'll be completely fine.


Forgive me for this. In principle, is this the same as a 4 gang extension lead / USB multi block, as in just plug in and go? If all of my devices are on the far side of the room, can I just run 1 cable to this box and connect, instead of half a dozen cables running around?


Good offer, but back up to £16.99 now ;(


Thanks. I'm also told a sky router off ebay can be used instead so that's also an option!


I have the baby brother of this and it has worked perfectly

PremiumCord Network Cable, Ethernet, LAN & Patch Cable CAT5e 1 Metre - 43p (+£4.49 non-prime / UK Mainland) via Amazon EU on Amazon
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
43p About this item Patch cable UTP CAT 5e, 1 Gbit/s Category: CAT 5e - unshielded 4x2 CU 100% Copper AWG26/7 Conductor 1:1 assignment - 2x RJ45 plug UL certificate, p… Read more

Thanks for this


cheers matey


Lazy git 8) XD


Welcome :)