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Old 02-23-2008, 11:05 PM   #11
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since when are cat5 and standard 3.5mm jacks out of date?
Since Cat6.
n9t many people use cat6 in their home.. i think its worth more than $20
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what'* the specs of that power brick?
Hewlett-Packard Power Supply Module (Yokogawa At7001a) - 0950-3490

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I'm agreeing on the $20. Not many people are going to be looking for Cat-5 like that. You could try higher, but it would be a waste of fees.
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data cable is only worth about a dollar a pound here(scrap). cat 6 would be worth more, if selling for use. recycling would be the same value
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After reading this link:
http://www.answers.com/main/ntquery?...ry%205%20cable

The difference in Cat5 and Cat5e is the twist in the wires per foot, and the ability to transfer at 10/100 Base and 10/100/1000 Base. If you have somewhat old network cards and routers/hubs, you wont have the ability for 1000Base so it doesnt really matter if you have Cat5 or Cat5e.
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since when are cat5 and standard 3.5mm jacks out of date?
Since Cat6. I do not know much about the difference between cat 5&6. More than likely a marketing gimmic.
Cat6 is designed especially for gigabit use
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the difference between 5 and 5E is very limited (only like 50MHz). cat 6 has a divider, and different twist rates per pair.
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either way, regardless even if it is cat 5e, you are looking at about a $10 auction with no bids in the end.
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Old 02-24-2008, 05:50 PM   #19
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eh, given the right buyer you may get the $50 for it. and if it was free, its all profit then isn't it


heck, the network cable will sell for about $5 or $6 a package at some stores (i know there ARE better deals though). and most places, homes and business, can't utilize CAT5e or CAT6 yet. your network is only as good as the weakest link and cables usually aren't it in my expirence.
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