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10 gbe with Kaby Lake?

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So guys, I was wondering if it's possible that we will see non-server/ws motherboards with 10 gigabit ethernet connectivity, when Kaby lake is launched or if there will be a couple more generations before we'll see that? I should mention that I'm not 100% up to date with the latest news about Kaby lake, so it's likely that this have been confirmed or denied, and that I have missed it. 

 

I personally think that it could be possible that this is the generation we will see 10 gigabit being implemented by some manufacturers, and that it will be more or less a "standard" thing with next generation. 

 

I want to know your thoughts on this matter, so please let me know. By the way I'm a geek, but not a big one so I might be completely wrong ;)


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While I'd love to see it, I doubt we will. Our ISP's are barely saturating 100Mb/s and to think about 10Gb/s is like Google Fiber plugging that line straight into your outlet house.


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2 minutes ago, ARikozuM said:

While I'd love to see it, I doubt we will. Our ISP's are barely saturating 100Mb/s and to think about 10Gb/s is like Google Fiber plugging that line straight into your outlet house.

 

My isp is having trouble breaking 20 megabit under $100 a month.


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Just now, RGProductions said:

My isp is having trouble breaking 20 megabit under $100 a month.

Same here. I was forced chose to get Verizon for the hospital so that remote backups don't take 3 days for each daily backup.


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10gbe might be implemented on a slim few high end gaming mainboards, for the 1337 Haxor gamers that need all the jiggawatts they can cram in there, but I doubt it.


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Just now, ARikozuM said:

Same here. I was forced chose to get Verizon for the hospital so that remote backups don't take 3 days for each daily backup.

they offer 2 gigabit at $300 a month. other than that not much.


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