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so at the moment i have a long cable around my house so i can get wired internet for my PC. But the problem is it looks ugly so i want to get one of those power line kits but dont no what one to get and what i should be looking for.    no budget just want the best one available  

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so at the moment i have a long cable around my house so i can get wired internet for my PC. But the problem is it looks ugly so i want to get one of those power line 

Then go and buy two powerline adapters, plug them in  and call it a day.

 

If you're looking for recommendations, then please ask for them :P

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powerline adapters are an emergency solution, you'll be MUCH better off spending tose £40 on making the cable look nice (mount it somewhere, dig a trench, anything)

 

EDIT: powerline adapters are unpredictable, considerably slower than cable, and are extremely dependant on your house's electrical wiring for both speed and ping.

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Then go and buy two powerline adapters, plug them in  and call it a day.

 

If you're looking for recommendations, then please ask for them :P

i clicked enter before i had finished writing. and thanks

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powerline adapters are an emergency solution, you'll be MUCH better off spending tose £40 on making the cable look nice (mount it somewhere, dig a trench, anything)

 

EDIT: powerline adapters are unpredictable, considerably slower than cable, and are extremely dependant on your house's electrical wiring for both speed and ping.

ok thank you what is the fastest internet cable 

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ok thank you what is the fastest internet cable 

well, i'm guessing you have cat5e running around now. for the near future that'll suffice.

 

just look at where its now, and maybe find a spot to hide it.

for example jayztwocents' house has a lot of wiring mounted to the overhang outside, painted the same color as the overhang to hide it.

if you dont know its there you dont see it.

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well, i'm guessing you have cat5e running around now. for the near future that'll suffice.

 

just look at where its now, and maybe find a spot to hide it.

for example jayztwocents' house has a lot of wiring mounted to the overhang outside, painted the same color as the overhang to hide it.

if you dont know its there you dont see it.

thanks man i will try this :)

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thanks man i will try this :)

it'll cost you less, be faster and more reliable, and its a fun project. (except its freezing bricks out the road right now xD)

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it'll cost you less, be faster and more reliable, and its a fun project. (except its freezing bricks out the road right now xD)

yep true lol thanks again

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