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Everything posted by Dujith

  1. I dont know where they got the price difference from? but we work mainly with singlemode (big ass halls with the average distance being 80m per hal, and 10 of them next to each other.) Singlemode cable is cheaper and modules are getting close to each other price wise. And unlike what was said in this video splicing fiber is pretty much painless these days with good equiptment. I can be as fast as someone doing cat6-7. Yes, but distances drop quickly with higher speeds. Tho irl any small office will be fine.
  2. The ethernet connection on that device is optional. The 4 pin connector on it is to connect to a computer or cash register for data (rs232). Not network.
  3. I would highly recommend to see if you can get a cat6 cable toward the other room. And attach an access point to it. That way you can just get a simple access point for your sisters use (no need to get a 600Mbps+ if your phone or isp will already top out at 200 for example)
  4. A mesh system is only really used when there are more then 3 extenders that talk to each other to provide the optimal bandwith for the data transfer.
  5. Without any further info no one can help you. So: - Does the switch show its connected? Did you try to delete the wifi information and re-enter it? - What kind of router/access point do you use? - Did anything change to cause this?
  6. Getting a stronger router wont do as much. The other device will still have to send back data and that device wont grow stronger. Also the new 6Ghz stuff is just bad at going through stuff and wont help unless you are in line of sight without any walls. Better is to get a wire to the middle of the house or to that room and make an access point (not hotspot) Or get an extender from the same brand and put it in the middle. Tho again wired is always better (accesspoint wise)
  7. Is your OS installed on that same HDD or is it on another HDD/SSD?
  8. You can get RGB controllers, most support both 12V and 5v aRGB Coolermaster and ThermalTake for example, they will connect via USB
  9. For the minecraft server you will not need a dedicated GPU. Its command line and need no 3D whatsoever. You can just use the 1060 for hardware encoding for the Plex server (note that this is a paid service, so if you are running the free version the GPU also wont matter) Both of them will be controlled from another computer anyway in most cases
  10. You will have to enable it in the bios, For AMD i think its SVM and IOMMU. Check the manual or browse the bios to find those 2
  11. Its already a router? Without any context your question does not make sense. At least link to the thread you mentioned. To lazy to search for it.
  12. Anecdotal evidence at best: But the last 3 computers i built i had to push hard and wiggle to get them to go in. I think its a design thing that its really tight. For a better electrical connection. Tbh it sounds more like the CPU or GPU is overheating and that will shutdown your computer after some time. Check the fans and if the cooler is making propper contact. After that you could swap out the PSU. But like i said this sounds more like something overheating then a bad connection.
  13. Try a combination of pusing it in and rocking it back and forth slightly
  14. Lets start over. Because i have a feeling that we are not talking about the same thing. You asked for a Router with Wifi 6 that does not require a LAN connection. But what do you mean by LAN? Your ISP has to connect to the router and usually thats via the LAN connection (or direct fiber) So tell a bit more about your setup and what you want todo.
  15. None of them "need" a lan connection. But what do you want to achieve?
  16. Using a 56k Modem in 2017! | Nostalgia Nerd - YouTube Besides that i have not seen one in use for a long time. Even fax machines are starting to die out finally. Only place i find those are with old doctors
  17. 7k sound a bit much for just mailboxes (from your story i gather 90?) Quick and rough calculation for that: 4 Dollar per user per month = 4x90x12 = 4320 Dollar per year. So thats 2680 saved already from godaddy vs Microsoft Outlook. Looking at others like strato and such: 100 mailboxes at 180 Euro per month (200 Dollars) = 2400 Dollars per year. And i'm sure you could find cheaper ones. And yeah, take into account what @Dutch_Master says. Just look at the Clintons
  18. I would recommend against this. After having the mail on our own server for many years (Exchange), the small cost savings does not hold up against the headaches we had when a server crashed and emails were corrupt. You will also need to setup alot of security systems and certificates to prevent your mail from just being tossed into the spam folder because gmail or outlook could not verify your mail for example. Viewing everyone's email is easy tho, as you can just setup mailboxes to have multiple owners/editors ect.
  19. Something like this? Delock Products 89582 Delock PCI Express Card > 1 x external USB Type-C™ 3.1 female + 1 x external USB Type-C™ 3.1 (DP Alt Mode) female But what are going to connect at the other side?
  20. Not all tho, the 2400G requires at least 1404 for example while the default BIOS version seems to be 0602. Hence the crapshoot part
  21. That motherboard does support that CPU but it seems it needs version 2607 at least. Asus has version 3001 at the latest version to download. You will however need an older CPU to update it from the bios. Ask around if anyone you know has a 3000 series for example and then you could update it. But without knowing which BIOS version is on the MB (retailer might had it in stock for a long time) its a bit of a crapshoot. You should check the Asus site which CPU is supported on the lowest BIOS version.
  22. This shouldn't be the solution tho, only in old hardware or hardware not built to specs should you have to select the speed manually. Usually there is a reason why the auto negotiation dropped down to 100Mbit (bad quality wiring thus a lot of dropped packets). Having said that, i know most ISP modems are build as cheaply as possible so might just be bad hardware
  23. Depending on your area, yes. They will decay if not stored correctly. If you get a proper enclosure for them then they should last 20-30 years (depending on quality) M-Discs are a better solution for that. The writers are cheap and usually work with all kinds of Blu-ray / DVD