Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
my sexy pc
I love newegg shell shocker deals sometimes...
Nzxt Respire T40. I don't know how it performs yet... but for $15 it will do just fine. The one review I found speaks well of it.
New GPU arrived hurray for early Christmas gifts.
nice SeaSonic psu there Jetster ^^
You said it's the Sexy Hardware Close-Up Pic Clubhouse, right?
I need to dust off my old PowerShot and snap a few photos. It's only 4.3 MP, but takes quite nice macros.
That photo looks really familiar...
Is that the combined programmable logic gate/memory from a few years back?
Do they beam the internet in to your head wirelessly or do you just have an RJ45 at the base of your skull? That's a rather good memory you have there.
he random murders ISP employees if he ever misses a data packet.
My brain is the internet.
Nah, I just remember reading about it a while ago and it really intrigued me. Things that interest me tend to stick in my brain and overwrite the things that don't interest me.
Ahahahahaha, the plays on my name never get old!
And my ISP would probably agree. They know that as soon as I lose internet or even a bit of bandwidth, somebody is getting a nasty phone call.
..but I am an ISP employee!
Worse yet, we're a WISP.
lol i do the same.
Might as well post some WISP hardware. These little buggers are capable of some pretty long links.
Also, lil BUB is my desktop background.
i really, really want some of those. me and a friend are trying to set up a wifi link over a few KM, and some high powered shizzle would be wunderbar
You might be interested in a Ubiquiti NanoBridge M2 (2.4GHz) or NanoBridge M5 (5.8GHz). The M2 will cut through a row of trees or two (depending on range) and the M5 will give you the highest bandwidth and least interference. I think the NanoBridge might be getting replaced with a new product called NanoBeam.
They should be easily obtainable (online) just about anywhere and are decently inexpensive for what you get (dual polarity, integrated antenna, easy setup). We do ~25-30 KM links with them paired up to a sector. Two of them together should manage up to 30-ish KM with half-decent speeds IF you have clear line of sight.
NanoStations will be much easier to point, but have lower attenuation and cover a sector (40 to 60 degree cone on the Loco version). While the Bullet and Rocket are about the same price (maybe cheaper), they require an external antenna which often drives the cost up.
Pretty much all Ubiquiti products use 802.11, so make sure to set up security and hide the SSID when you're done.
That sounded much more like an ad than information. I just work with them a lot. I promise.
we're only talking 5KM, but theres crap in the way
What kind and how opposed are you to putting up two towers?
You might not be able to blast through 5 KM of things.
use two balloons to lift them up??
well since im scared of heights, i havent got on the roof to check.
i think the balloon idea will be best, unless you have really strong winds.
New Motherboard, 4770k coming soon.
OCZ XTE Platinum OCZ3XTEP1600C6LV6GK
Interesting. If it had a black PCB, might be nice for a clean look.
Hammer & vice action. Corner's took some cosmetic damage but hey it works!
Coollaboratory Liquid Pro is amazing stuff.
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