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MERCUSYS 8-Port 100/1000Mbps Desktop Ethernet Switch - £11.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Good price for 8 port gigabit home switch Looks comparable with Tp-Link etc MERCUSYS 8-Port 100/1000Mbps Desktop Ethernet Switch/Hub, Ethernet Splitter, Saves power by up to 82%, Plug &amp…
anuruddha

I thought this brad is dead (:I

jaypee24

Nice that the ports and power supply port are on the same side

parsimony

Good find (y)

Uridium

Just for Info....Mercursys is a sub brand of TP-Link Just a shame this isn't USB powered like some of the newer low power switches

rav4cas

Bought a TP-Link 8 port last week cost me £14.99 should have waited.

TP-Link LS1005G 5-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter, Plug and play, Plastic Case - £7.56 @ Amazon
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Features & details 5× 10/100/1000Mbos auto-negotiation RJ45 port, supporting Auto-MDI/MDIX Green Ethernet technology saves power and fanless design ensures quiet operation Ieee 802. …
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Plescau

This is unmanaged "dumb" switch, if you need a smart one for vlans etc there is a quality metal one on sale from netgear 5 ports £15/8 ports £18

Frinkie

Yes it will be fine up to 1000Mbps

Tomster79

Linked this up to my main switch at home - well worth every penny

OptimusPrimeval

So if I have 150mb download then this should give me close to that speed?

FireOnAWire

I have prime. Bezos hating on me🤦🏻‍♂️😋

TP-Link TL-SG108S, 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Network Switch £14.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Gigabit Switch Featured with 8 10/100/1000Mbps ports, TL-SG108S greatly expands your network capacity, enabling instant large files transferring. So, power users in the home, office, workg…
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UKScottDeals

No point in debating anything with someone who can't form a sentence correctly, and who has an SS soldier as their avatar...

jrw

I haven't read the reviews. I've got a few of these in 5 and 8 port flavour. Iperf shows full 1gig throughput on these from my server to laptop. No need to get salty. I suggest you get a Cisco switch then seeing as you're such an expert and keyboard warrior.

Bradpithy

Nope Cisco guy last 30 years not confusing anything try reading properly Did u even check the reviews on the switch 90-100 mega BITS per second

jrw

Seems you're confusing mbps and MBps. 100MBps is spot on for a 1000mbps switch https://www.gigacalculator.com/converters/convert-mbps-to-mb.php I have 150mbps Internet and I max out on downloads at 15MBps.

Bradpithy

Yes but its a gig switch i would have expected more than 100mbps Tried changing cables to cat 6 taking all 10/100 devices off the network and just about every other fiddle like jumbo frames tweaking the nic and using a motherboard pc with a decent pci throughput as its usually down to your hdu or pc specs that can cause slow transfer speeds over the pci bus to network layer but still cannot get more than 90-100mbps - somthing fishy going on check the first review on the page seems someone else has the same issue with this switch!

Xbox Series X 1TB Console + Free Stealth 2m High Speed Gaming HDMI cable with ethernet £449.99 (Free Collection / Limited Stores) @ Argos
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30/07/2022Expires on 30/07/2022Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Xbox Series X 1TB Console Nice price for an X box. About this product Release date: 10 November 2020. Introducing Xbox Series X, the fastest, most powerful Xbox ever. Play thousands…
Jonwillis

Was just general comment to say I'm surprised it's in stock, as you said, Argos is notorious for not having any stock or just 1 in a buy two together deal.

look12345

Yes they are available now, wasn't at the time posted.

Jonwillis

Just taken a look and there seems to be loads available for click and collect. Unusual for Argos.

Jonwillis

It's a fair point, console games are way more optimised than PC games, since it's identical hardware. The video about the making of crash bandicoot on the PlayStation 1 is a great watch that demonstrates it perfectly.

ryan.cope

Actually in the real world the way consoles function and also the direct lanes etc, make this far faster than a 3060 overall . Some benchmarks in 4k show it closer to a 2080 or 2080TI. And before anybody pipes up a 2080ti still out performs a RTX 3070ti in most cases,let alone a 3060. So a series x is a a cracking buy Most review sites put the PC as a rtx 3080.

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TP-Link LS1005G 5-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter, Plug and play, Plastic Case £8.40 @ Amazon
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Pretty close to the lowest price it`s been which looks to be £7.99 unless I am mistaken??? 5× 10/100/1000Mbos auto-negotiation RJ45 port, supporting Auto-MDI/MDIX Green Ethernet technol…
FireOnAWire

I've never had an issue with them. Not sure how it would do that kind of damage.

royals

Tplink switches are poor quality , replaced a year old one which killed our Wi-Fi as the mesh extenders were attached to it

benhornsby1999

Good price cheers

NETGEAR 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Plus Network Switch (GS308E) - Home Network Hub, Office Ethernet Splitter - £17.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Features & details 8 Gigabit Ethernet ports Plus software with easy-to-use interface offers basic managed capabilities to configure, secure, and monitor your network Supports desktop…
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phoenix__

I don't understand. For an extra £3 over the unmanaged, vlan support is worth it ... Unless you don't know what vlans are in which case you're probably fine with the unmanaged version

Taylor1892

I've seen no traffic from my switch to Netgear either, voted hot - bought for £32 a few years back and does a basic job.

XPL1C1T

The unmanaged is only £14.99. these "managed" switches are very basic and can usually be carried out via your router on an IP basis.

trott3r

Couldn't you just blocknetgesr ips upstream?

phoenix__

I would consider that review unrealistic. I've got one of these and never seen it sending traffic to the internet. It might have done a very first call home to say 'this serial number is online' but there is nothing (IMHO) worrying with that given no personal details are entered.