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You are correct to assume that if you raise the base clock to 266 MHz it will result in the front side bus (x4, being quad pumped) speed of 1066 MHz. Using DDR3 memory with a speed of 1066 MHz would result in a 1:2 ratio because the frequency would be 533MHz (x2, for Double Data Rate memory modules.) That is assuming that your motherboard supports 1066 MHz ...


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I know nothing from a technical IT perspective. But I am sitting on an Apple iMac retina with a wifi connection. In the adjoining room, my sister has an ancient computer running Windows XP with a LAN cable, right next to the modem/router. We share one ADSL connection. Whenever she is on the computer, my internet speed drops to practically zero. I can't ...


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As suggested by the-it-guy-you-dont-like, this can be done by putting DDWRT or OpenWRT on your AP and then configure per user QoS so that there is fairness for everyone. You can then create a separate QoS class for yourself and allocate better bandwidth for yourself ;) Having said that, installing OpenWRT and DDWRT does run a risk of bricking your AP, so ...


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Please veiw this video as this goes more indepth than I can explain at this time but if i find more information I will be sure to add it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZk0ksn0Yak note: Optimizing your Wi-Fi Network as Fast As Possible - finding an appropriate location for your router/modem combo and or router ...


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To measure all the data flowing in and out of your home network, you’d need to measure the data usage on your home router itself. Sadly, regular home routers don't come with this feature built-in but you can install third party router firmware like DD-WRT or OpenWRT


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Depending on the structure of your network, EtherApe is a graphical network monitor, but it's more for active monitoring, not logging to a file. You could use tcpdump to capture data over a long period and then use Wireshark to analyse that data and get visual representations. This all really depends on your network structure though, is all of your network ...



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