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    Thread: Tech Deals

    They have been advertising the discounted rate before 11:11 but I wouldn't be surprised if it was further reduced.

    Also smart devices would be a good steal during this time. There's heaps of third...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Funny story as I just looked under the house and there is black plastic and crawl space is minimal.... I think I might have to give this up and get a good powerline adapter or run the ethernet across...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Tried to get in to the ceiling and there's insulation which makes it 10000 deg up there so that's a no go.

    Will be looking to get under the house and hopefully not blocked by plumbing and...

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    Thread: Tech Deals

    Anyone looking up 11:11 deals on Aliexpress?

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    Thread: Chorus ONT placed behind curtain

    Pretty sure the dude that installed my ont did it out of convenience. Wanted it in my room as well which had an existing phone line cable but didn't happen.

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Based in akl so shouldn't have a problem finding bits. Thanks for the suggestion.



    Probably my biggest fear is this. Hitting a mains or plumbing then I'm ****ed.



    Easiest way to do this...

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    Thread: GP boasts their YOLO upgrades

    I would say the distance between the room is around 35-40 meters if using a cable.

    If its a direct signal I would say it goes through 3-4 walls. I manage to get 150mbps so far through WiFi, tried...

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    Thread: GP boasts their YOLO upgrades

    It has smart connect so it will use the best one there is. Walls are gib. Single level. 1950's house.


    How do you mean by this? Isn't it supposed to automatically be set up? Model is an AX11000,...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Thanks for a ton of advice. A lot of info here and I see some have gone all out with the paid work and some have decided to DIY.

    I think the easiest option for me now is to drill down and go...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Sounds like a plan.



    You're right. I got a quote from an electrician and he said it would take a couple of hours and would generally cost around $350 to do.



    This seems to be the case,...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Running it through the cupboard might actually work and a good idea lol. Basically just two holes in the ceiling, run it across to the other room's cupboard. I've tried powerline adapters and its a...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Definitely ethernet is the way to go as my house is quite old and I don't know wtf are in the walls but it has dampen the signal significantly. I connect direct to the router and was getting 935 up...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Definitely looking to try and do it myself. I don't really need such an extensive setup such as yours.

    What I would like to do is wire it exactly the same one both ends.

    Cable from router going...

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    Thread: Running Ethernet - Should I?

    Contemplating running ethernet through the house from the attic in to the rooms.

    Is this really hard to do? I read that you need to terminate it as well so not sure when you need to do the...

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    Thread: GP boasts their YOLO upgrades

    YOLO'd a Tp-Link AX11000 - set it up all good but realised that my wifi speeds hover around 40-50mbps at the end of the house, plugged in to powerline adapter and through ethernet gives me max...

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    Thread: GP discusses the latest PC cases

    How are they charging so much for the P400A. I got it for much less than that when it dropped.

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    Thread: Shipping car wax/detailing products with Youshop?

    Generally after you order they will send you a quote for shipping then you confirm with them before they charge you.

    I worked out that even after shipping it was half the price during that time.

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    Thread: Shipping car wax/detailing products with Youshop?

    I use to ship direct from AutoGeek through DHL. No issues.

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    Thread: GP discusses the latest PC cases

    Just got the P400A and its awesome. Loving the removal dust filters and easy RGB setup.

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    Thread: Router or Mesh system?

    Sorted. Close please.

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    Thread: Tech Deals

    Got the 3600. Can't be more happy with the performance.

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    Thread: Router or Mesh system?

    Sorted

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    Thread: Home reno's/DIY

    Anyone done their own carpeting before?

    Am looking at doing my own and thinking if its worth the hassle. House is around 110 sqm. Apart from the kitchen area everything is carpeted.

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    Thread: DIY Forums : Toilet Suite

    Will look in to this cheers. How do I actually know what type of plumbing I have? lol



    Good to know.

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    Thread: GP suggests PC builds

    Awesome thanks.



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