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  1. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Yes, which goes to the splitter and then to the telephone line in the wall.
  2. Vally

    ISP recognition

    I changed to this modem, after the first one from my ISP was a total crap.
  3. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Well I never implied I'm a network expert or anything. That's why my terminology is bad and you might find my questions silly.
  4. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Okay I kinda get how it works, but for example in my case, when I changed modem and started to set it up, I automatically connected to my ISP without even mentioning that I changed. What I understand from that is that my telephone line is attached to my account and not the serial number and mac address of my modem. So basically, in the future if I change ISP, then the previous one will delete my record and the new one will add it to my account and add bandwith to this line and not to my modem.
  5. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Yeah I figured that out. Tried out a VPN and it does change your ISP name, although you don't get to profit from the speeds of the ISP of course.
  6. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Yeah I actually did a few tuning on my router to check that out and it doesn't work iif I change it manually. What I get out of this, is that internet bandwith is sent over the internet switcher outside my house and not to a specific IP pool. This way, my ISP ensures that even if I get an IP address from a different ISP, I won't profit from it because bandwith is sent "physically" to my house and not "virtually" to an IP. Isn't that correct?
  7. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Yeah that was actually my mistake. Haven't tried a VPN so I didn't know. So basically, the cable that comes to my house is labeled and my ISP sends bandwith to that cable and not to my IP pool. In other words, if I change ISP then someone will come to my building and replace the old cable with a new one right ? And that's why I will have more/less bandwith, based on the ISP
  8. Vally

    ISP recognition

    What I mean is that my IP will change but the ISP name above the IP will not change. If I use VPN for a let's say German IP, my location and IP will change although I won't get a German ISP name. Right?
  9. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Although it will still stick with your ISP.
  10. Vally

    ISP recognition

    Does it mean that a house is limited to only 1 ISP ? Are these some "magical" cables that are recognizable by the speedtest? How does it actually work?
  11. Vally

    ISP recognition

    I was taking some tests on speedtest.net and I was wondering how does the system identify my ISP. I mean, does each ISP "own" a field of IP Addresses and you can recognize them? If that's the case, what happens if I manually change my IP to another ISP IP address through my router settings? Will it mean that I'm an "illegal" client of the new ISP and therefore get more bandwith?
  12. Vally

    Pc not powering after I’ve put GPU

    Problem solved. Motherboard was destroyed.
  13. Vally

    Pc not powering after I’ve put GPU

    Okay so, tried this method and the system didn’t power. What else could the problem be? Faulty motherboard? I’m surprised cause every part except the motherboard is like 5 months old.
  14. Hello there. I tried to put a friends GPU in my motherboard. I connected the powers from the power supply to the GPU and then the pc wouldn’t power up. I suspect that, because it’s a pretty big GPU, I must have hit the System panel connectors and damaged them. When the GPU was correctly placed in the pice lane, these connectors were leaning down. Are they really that much valnuerable? I’ve taken a photo of them, if you can tell through a picture if they are broken. To be noted: the power led+ and power led- pins are not that hard-stuck, they are pretty loose. Sorry for my poor English.
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