SHoTTa35, on 16 May 2012 - 21:15, said:
Wait i think I get what you mean now. Use a router to bridge your wireless network?
Your new mobo will have 5Ghz built in so get a 5Ghz capable router and you'll be good to go!
what I actually ment was get a small personal private router for my new computer, probably a laptop and my PS3 that supported wireless N. Connect the (new) router to the PC by cable (cat5?) and to the PS3/laptop by wifi (when needed) and I'd hope get faster speeds than 350 KB/S (or 3 Mbps) . . . . Why? When I do get the computer I will want to download a hell of a lot from steam (Arkham games, bioshock, portal 1/2, etc) . . . by my estimation the rough amount I'd like to download (eventually) would be about 250 GB, on this connection that'd take about a week and a half (10+ days I'd presume) while on a slightly faster Meg connection it could take (again I'd presume) 2 - 3 days.
this would be feasible at all but if I could even for a while get faster speeds that'd be lovely. Interesting thing is despite this computer getting 350 KB/S (from wi-fi and I'd presume Ethernet as well) my 11" Acer laptop (which supports (I think) up to gigabit speeds) can occasionally and randomly get faster speeds for a few seconds. When I do torrent (not asking how mods) I can more often get meg speeds - and recently started getting upwards of a meg upload speed.