QUOTE(Someone112233 @ Sep 17 2005, 02:02 AM)well is it much more...I will transfer in the house and I dont want my things to be bottlenecked
we will have things like people accessing the server (sending me print jobs) etc etc so would it help or not
Well a gigabit network will definitely help out. I mean, for example I just rewired the house last winter/spring, and my dad and I put in Cat 5e, well Cat 5e is Gigabit cord, meaning it can run 10/100/1000. Gigabit switches are dang cheap.http://www.compusa.com/product...t_in...1&pfp=91805sale
$20 after rebate for the switch.
I sitll use 10/100 switches, reason being because they are cheap, and I mainly use switches to share the internet, so it makes little difference to me.
But yeah Cmanns it will help out a little bit in transfer speeds and such, printing speed and such is determined by the printer and the computer where the documents are being sent to.