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  1. You could always get the new MikroTik CRS305 switch: https://mikrotik.com/product/crs305_1g_4s_in Extremely well priced.
  2. The MikroTik CRS312-4C+8XG is coming which is looking really good based on the feature set. Waiting on pricing https://www.servethehome.com/new-10gbe-and-40gbe-mikrotik-switches-coming/2/
  3. With my Asus board I had to go to Network Connections > Properties on the Adapter > Configure > Advanced > Then disable Ultra Low Power Mode. That might work.
  4. Not sure why, but I just bought an Xbox One S 1TB. It was on a really good deal...

     

    Came with FIFA 18 and another controller for $315 (R4000 [ZAR] Local currency.)

    1. Johners

      Johners

      Should've got a PS4 instead, better exclusives

  5. Yup. Hence the whole "Consult your local authorities regarding public usable frequencies." statement . Every country has different laws and the user must abide to them.
  6. Yeah we install like 20+ a week if not more Love them a lot Running the older non AC models at home since I got them for free. Still get my full 50Mbps line speed over the 2.4Ghz wireless
  7. If you need WiFi in a certain room that doesn't get signal I would suggest something like this https://www.ubnt.com/unifi/unifi-ap-ac-lite/
  8. High speed internet over a long distance. We use this a lot in our business (ISP) to provide up to 100Mbps internet in locations where Fiber doesn't exist and there is only DSL with max speeds of around 6Mbps average. Depending on the frequencies used. In my country 2.4Ghz & 5Ghz is free to use by public (Same as home WiFi freq) where as other frequencies are licensed. Consult your local authorities regarding public usable frequencies. (2.4Ghz & 5.8Ghz is usable in almost all countries as again home wireless uses these.) Majority of Ubiquiti wireless gear is running on either 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz. Some of their products like AirFibre runs on 11Ghz and higher like 24Ghz https://airmax.ubnt.com/. The gear Linus was using ran on 5Ghz using the AirMax protocol. Radio: https://www.ubnt.com/airmax/rocket-prism-ac/ Antennae: https://www.ubnt.com/airmax/rocketdish-lw/
  9. Got these today. Not sure what to do with them. Any ideas?

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    1. WhisperingKnickers

      WhisperingKnickers

      depends what is in them

    2. Jamiec1130

      Jamiec1130

      What are the specs? I'd say ship one to me, but I don't think you'd do that.....

    3. Nicholas Marzio

      Nicholas Marzio

      X3440 Quad core. Going to try get 32GB ram per system. Most likely a SSD or something cheap for storage.

  10. Your best bet: http://support.logitech.com/en_us/product/g710plus-mechanical-gaming-keyboard/spare-parts
  11. I am now Ubiquiti Wireless Certified :D

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    1. Kiwiandapple

      Kiwiandapple

      Congrats! 

      No clue what it actually means.. xD 

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