Upvote Upvoted 0 Downvote Downvoted
Powerline Ethernet Adapter Recommendations
posted in Hardware
1
#1
0 Frags +

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has or knows of any good powerline adapters for gaming/normal use. Looking for around 1000 mbps or somewhere close to it.

Hi, I was wondering if anyone has or knows of any good powerline adapters for gaming/normal use. Looking for around 1000 mbps or somewhere close to it.
2
#2
-4 Frags +

http://www.fiftythree.org/etherkiller/img/etherkiller.jpg

http://www.fiftythree.org/etherkiller/img/etherkiller.jpg
3
#3
newbie.tf
1 Frags +

I had the "NETGEAR - Powerline AC1000 Wi-Fi Access Point and Adapter". Worked well from certain rooms to certain other rooms, but it was a bit of a crapshoot on our old electric wiring. Whatever you get, I recommend getting it at a local retail place w/ a decent return policy, so you can do so easily if needbe.

I had the "NETGEAR - Powerline AC1000 Wi-Fi Access Point and Adapter". Worked well from certain rooms to certain other rooms, but it was a bit of a crapshoot on our old electric wiring. Whatever you get, I recommend getting it at a local retail place w/ a decent return policy, so you can do so easily if needbe.
4
#4
0 Frags +

I use this one

https://i.gyazo.com/ce430c8d7bd538d6b7e4fe55f075ea51.png

I use this one

[img]https://i.gyazo.com/ce430c8d7bd538d6b7e4fe55f075ea51.png[/img]
5
#5
5 Frags +

i think most of the netgears are reliable, just make sure you can return them because it might not work for your building's wiring

i think most of the netgears are reliable, just make sure you can return them because it might not work for your building's wiring
6
#6
0 Frags +

I have used netgear and tp-link both. Always the cheapest option, and always worked great with no issues.

I have used netgear and tp-link both. Always the cheapest option, and always worked great with no issues.
7
#7
0 Frags +

I use a TP-Link. One of them failed within months of purchase, but since they had an RMA office not far away I was able to mail it in exchange for a new one.

I use a TP-Link. One of them failed within months of purchase, but since they had an RMA office not far away I was able to mail it in exchange for a new one.
8
#8
0 Frags +

Never had an issue with the Netgear one I used to use.

Never had an issue with the Netgear one I used to use.
9
#9
0 Frags +

hey fr, kevin's comment is the one with the real issue. Can your houses' electrical handle it?

hey fr, kevin's comment is the one with the real issue. Can your houses' electrical handle it?
10
#10
0 Frags +

you can get a netgear for like 30 bux, don't need to spend 100

you can get a netgear for like 30 bux, don't need to spend 100
Please sign in through STEAM to post a comment.