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  1. That is very interesting, ill look more into this and see if my local tech stores carry it, I can always return it if it doesn't provide the sufficient stability needed.
  2. Okay, awesome thanks, I really appreciate your help!
  3. Ahh I see, and that's relieving. My only concern would be that will the current router that is upstairs now limit the new router I purchase and put down here?
  4. Ethernet is technically not a requirement, however I do prefer it over wireless connection. I'm also not educated on router setup, in other words, would setting up a router as an access point, like you stated earlier, cause me some trouble? I have no problem with setting a router up considering I have to learn some day, when I do it, I just want to be doing the best setup I can, reducing the chance of me having to ultimately restart and figure out a new format to use for stronger connection.
  5. Okay, awesome thanks for the recommendation, will continue to look into this product.
  6. Would this be a more viable option compared to just purchasing an extender? This was my first consideration for dealing with this problem.
  7. I just read a little bit into it, I noticed it comes with some sort of hub to enable ethernet connection to it. Is that something that is just plug and go? I also read that it requires a driver/software of some sort that I can just install onto my PC?
  8. Hello everyone, I have a quick question regarding wifi amplifiers and routers. My current situation is I am living downstairs of a two story house where the modem and router are both on the second story (main level). There currently is an Apple Wifi extender in my room where I have a CAT 7 ethernet cable running from that to my computer/ps4. However, I do not feel as though the wifi extender is doing an adequate job of supplying my systems with better internet. Is there anything you guys would recommend me do to improve my internet stability while living downstairs? I have considered purchasing a new wifi extender, or even a router and putting that down here for my personal use. I'm willing to spend a decent amount of money on both items considering my work and schooling is all done online. Thanks!
  9. That's where I'm leaning mostly towards.
  10. Do you have a specific pair that you have in mind?
  11. While I would definitely be interested in these headphones, they are a bit out of my price range. Of the two I selected, which would you recommend? The Sennheiser?
  12. I am in the market for a new pair of headphones and had my eyes on the Sennheiser 506080 GAME ONE. This headset retails for roughly $147 on Amazon, however, upon browsing Amazon's Prime Day deals, I stumbled across the Corsair Void Pro which retails for $79.99. Being that it is Amazon Prime Day, the Corsair headphones are marked down to $49.99. However, the GAME ONE's are still their retail price of $147. Additionally, I have $70 of Amazon cash from a redeemed gift card- what would be my best option here? Pay nothing for the Corsair Headphones, or pay roughly $80 for Sennheiser? *Side note: I have an external mic, so the mic on either headphones won't be used whatsoever.* Corsair Void Pro: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0748N6796/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER Sennheiser 506080: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KK8ZLEC/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
  13. Alright well awesome I appreciate the replies and you've given me more to think about when choosing a new car (leaning more toward 970, because I know much more about it than I do the 390)
  14. Yea I've heard some fantastic things about the ASUS 970, do you happen to have any of the games above and if so what do you usually get out of your card in that/those games *excluding FO4 and Battlefront*