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post #1591 of 9059
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Variable signal strengths are what are actually done. Mine sends out 300Mb/s of course but being 20-25 feet away from my router seperated by a wall gives me a real 240Mb/s that I am variablly recieving.

 

I'd kill for those speeds. tongue.gif

 

I can only manage ~40mbits or so.

 

Are you sure you're getting those speeds? Smallnetbuilder using the best N routers available, can only manage ~90mbits in the same room 6 feet away.

post #1592 of 9059
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

I'd kill for those speeds. tongue.gif

 

I can only manage ~40mbits or so.

 

Are you sure you're getting those speeds? Smallnetbuilder using the best N routers available, can only manage ~90mbits in the same room 6 feet away.

I'm only 20-25 feet away from my router

 

HOW FAR AWAY are you from your wireless router?

 

 

 

These are TRANSFER speeds. So yes, I get between 240-270Mb/s transfer rate recieved from my wireless dongle.

 

Factors that could hamper this HUGELY is the material used in your house, such as chicken wire or a building material that is deadly to wifi signals.

 

If your speeds are that bad, I suspect either something isn't done right (misconfiugred router or dongle or something technical in them) or more likely the location and wireless killing materials your house uses.

 

Solution:

Powerline Adapters

post #1593 of 9059
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

I'm only 20-25 feet away from my router

 

Panda sama......that's not how you measure throughput. tongue.gif

 

You have to do a large wireless file transfer between a computer connected via ethernet, and the other on wireless.

 

You're pretty much looking at the 5hz-46khz frequency response again.


Edited by deadlylover - 4/11/13 at 7:13pm
post #1594 of 9059
Feck that. Last place i lived with reliable high speed broadband all of us put cat6 cable down. Best solution if all you need is speed. Intersperse it with a decent wireless router in every corridor and rooms...done.
post #1595 of 9059
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Feck that. Last place i lived with reliable high speed broadband all of us put cat6 cable down. Best solution if all you need is speed. Intersperse it with a decent wireless router in every corridor and rooms...done.

 

Yeah, I need to get around to going under the house and drilling some holes for cat6.

 

Panda, my thingamajig shows 300mbps, and obviously, I get nowhere near that. tongue.gif

post #1596 of 9059
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

Yeah, I need to get around to going under the house and drilling some holes for cat6.

Panda, my thingamajig shows 300mbps, and obviously, I get nowhere near that. tongue.gif
We just trailed it all over the floor. I ain't installing cat6 properly in a rented place. Lol.
post #1597 of 9059
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

We just trailed it all over the floor. I ain't installing cat6 properly in a rented place. Lol.

 

I prefer more....elegant solutions. tongue.gif

post #1598 of 9059
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

Panda sama......that's not how you measure throughput. tongue.gif


You have to do a large wireless file transfer between a computer connected via ethernet, and the other on wireless.

You're pretty much looking at the 5hz-46khz frequency response again.
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

Yeah, I need to get around to going under the house and drilling some holes for cat6.

Panda, my thingamajig shows 300mbps, and obviously, I get nowhere near that. tongue.gif

Oh I did those a WHILE ago

22-25MB/s large file moving. This was a local home network program that moved files from one computer locally to another and measures it(both wireleess )

That is about 180-200Mbps

So yeah. No problems for me here on my home.
post #1599 of 9059

This will give you guaranteed throughput, Installed a few of them in the past.

http://www.proxim.com/products/enterprise-wireless-lan-wi-fi-mesh/orinoco-ap-8100

post #1600 of 9059
Thread Starter 
I highlighted "transfer speed" many times in my post. Ive been missing the throughput part being your problem lol.

Im just using an extreme. Have no problems and have a 23 MBps throughput. Not that that eer gets utilised
post #1601 of 9059
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Im just using an extreme. Have no problems and have a 23 MBps throughput. Not that that eer gets utilised

 

Ah okay, from the screenshot I just assumed you were looking at the link speed to be your actual speeds (why else would you show me it =P)

 

Getting 22-25MBps transfer speeds is simply amazing, you must have little congestion in your area, and your walls are quite radio transparent.

 

Me jelly.

post #1602 of 9059
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Originally Posted by JuanseAmador View Post


This one is a great deal, but it is 27". http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014300

There is this one that is THE BEST bang for your buck... The only deal-breaker for me is that it is TN. I can't find it, but it was a 23" or 24" and I'm pretty sure it was Viewsonic. The specs were amazing for $200.

eww 27 inch 1080p, 4 ms gtg, theyre prolly using some cheap crap panel on that


Edited by TealRice - 4/11/13 at 8:28pm
post #1603 of 9059
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

Ah okay, from the screenshot I just assumed you were looking at the link speed to be your actual speeds (why else would you show me it =P)

Getting 22-25MBps transfer speeds is simply amazing, you must have little congestion in your area, and your walls are quite radio transparent.

Me jelly.
I just assumed it was normal.

I was into NAS and local wireless storage a few years ago.

My house doesnt use any wifi blocking materials anyway.
post #1604 of 9059

Overclocked my GTX670 fairly conservatively with +185Mhz GPU and +300Mhz to the memory for a fairly conservative overclock of 1100Mhz core and 1652Mhz(6608Mhz effective) Vram. Still can't play Witcher 2 on Ultra with ubersampling at 2560x1600. Average frame rate is 24fps with a max of 31 and min of 14. Damn.

 

I can max Witcher 2 out at 1080p with an average fps of 47 and min of 34, so that's something. Even Crysis 3 isn't hitting my system as hard.

post #1605 of 9059

Done leak testing.

 

 

 

Next full upgrade cycle I may change case so I can fit more radiators in. Alternatively I might mod the RV02 to fit a triple 180, 50mm thick rad


Edited by Tangster - 4/14/13 at 8:35pm
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