• Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
  • Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
  • Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
  • Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
  • Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black
Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black

Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 3 Feet, Black

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  • 5-Pack 3FT Black. Cat-6 Ethernet patch cable for wired home and office networks
  • RJ45 connectors ensure universal connectivity; high bandwidth of upto 250MHz guarantees high-speed data transfer
  • Cat6 performance at a Cat5e price but with higher bandwidth; Future-proof your network for 10-Gigabit Ethernet (backwards compatible with any existing Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet); Meets or exceeds Category 6 performance in compliance with the TIA/EIA 568-C.2 standard
  • High Performance Cat6, 26 AWG, RJ45 Ethernet Patch Cable provides universal connectivity for LAN network components such as PCs, computer servers, printers, routers, switch boxes, network media players, NAS, VoIP phones, PoE devices, and more
  • Transmits data at speeds up to 1,000 Mbps (or to 1 Gigabit per second)

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Getting rid of old cables. I have been having internet connection problems and decieded to try and fix the problem myself. As I was looking under the desk, I ask myself where did all these cables come from? I don't remember buying any of the Cat 5 cables. I think someone gave them to me. Anyway I decided to start over with a few things. And new cables was one of the ideas. I upgraded to Cat 6 and purchased a new router. The new router made the difference and I'm sure the new cables didn't hurt. I changed all cable around my television also. My connections are back in working order compaired to the internet signal that would be there one minute and gone the next.The cables arrived on time. Very pleased with the quality. Price is very good also. 5Good cables for the money. If you actually need them. I used to design and build Headends and Plant for a living. Pretty A-retentive about proper cabling and not having a bunch of cables laying all over the place. Cable management is important in headends and in your house, as far as I am concerned. Recently we got the Gigabit upgrade in our area and I was very disappointed in the test results. Using my Southwire meter I determined the cause was my Cat5e. I should have been seeing Gigbit speeds downstream with Cat5e but wasn t. Everything is setup properly and everything in my network is GB capable. Cat5e should have been fine. My whole house is hardwired and I have a room in my house dedicated to my network. I really was not going to or looking forward to updating drops and rewiring everything. Friends of mine, Engineers, told me several times I needed to upgrade my network with Cat6. I did not think it would make that much of a difference. Because I was not getting the Gigabit speeds I was paying for, I should have been seeing on average 940 Mbps down and 35 on the return path (Up), wasn t even getting close, so even though I paid the $350 upgrade fee, I went ahead and downgraded to the next lower tier.I am right near one of BroadbandNow s tested five fastest cities for my service at my tier. I should have been seeing over 400 Mbps down and 20 up. Instead I was showing around 350x down and 8 up on average.I decided to order these Cables to see if it would really make much of a difference and if it did I was going to rewire my entire house. I am going to be rewiring my whole house with 6A because it did make a difference. I have added photos of speed tests after changing some of the cables over to test. I will be adding more photo s when I temporarily revert back to Cat5e.Network jitter is now nearly nonexistent and according to the DSL tests it also lowered overall jitter and upgraded from a B to an A+. Even though I had very little latency with Netflix, Youtube and Amazon now there is zero. Fifteen feet is a short distance that should make little to no difference between Cat5e and Cat6 but it did.I think the primary reason I saw improvement was due to less crosstalk (Interference). I have 32 devices hardwired in my house from my network room and more cables than that by far connecting everything together. Because of better shielding Cat6/6A reduces crosstalk. The differences in Cat5e and Cat6/6A are not relative at 15 feet of cable. But if you are transferring a lot of photo s and video s between computers and drives on the network there seems to be a decent improvement.So who needs Cat6/6A cables?Anyone who plays around a lot with their network and measures improvements in nanoseconds and single packets.Anyone who is going to rewire or hardwire their house and wants to futureproof it.Anyone who is transferring a lot of files at once.Anyone who has a lot of devices running from a primary network source and has a lot of cables together, 6/6A to reduce crosstalk (Interference).Anyone looking to get absolute zero latency.And who doesn t need them.The average user who has a single cable running from a modem to a wireless router. Unlikely you will see any difference at all or the differences will be so minute as to not matter.These cables are well made and worth the money. If you actually need them over Cat5e.Using five different speed tests starting with DSLreports after swapping to Cat6 I now am showing the same speeds as the top city in my State. Average down - 449 and up - 19.21. So there are definitely some cabling issues between the old Cat5e and Cat6 and soon to be upgraded to 6A. 5Nice cables and color coding helps. Honestly, this is one of those things that if it works, it works; if it doesn't then you're really annoyed. Well, these work so I'm happy. Good price, too. Best thing is that since we've got 16 wi-fi things in the house and I'm slowly reverting to hard wiring the permanent gear, my needs for ethernet cable are growing - and since I have an expectation of the product working, the next best thing are the colors to help me figure out the growing rats nests of cables in several rooms. These cables fit the bill. Word of advice, buy twice as long as you "need" - nothing worse that trying to elegantly run cable unobtrusively and then come up 2 feet short. A 15 foot cable is perfect for a space that measures 8 to 10 feet but takes 11 or 12 feet to be discrete - nice to have the spare footage. 5Dead sexy data transmission. Do they transmit data? Yes. Do they come in five, bold, late-80s Coca-Cola shirt colors? Indeed. Do they even come in a resealable bag to maintain freshness when not in use? Boy howdy, do they! All in all, good times on the Cat 6 train to Gigabit town. 5Good price, appear well built, the colors are helpful for knowing which wire goes to what device. I purchased a new router and saw that my wired desktop was running at 10/100 instead of gigabit (amber light instead of white). I did a speed test and sure enough I was only getting 23 Mbps download via my high powered gaming rig, but my Samsung phone was getting 236 Mbps via the router's 5GHz wifi connection. The existing cable was Cat 5e, so gigabit should have been fine, but I suspect it had a crimp or something. In any case, since I was ordering new cables, I went with Cat 6 for better protection and performance. I hooked it up, rebooted the PC and the router showed gigabit connection (white light). I did another speed test and was now getting 236 Mbps download, woo hoo!The price was good, they were shipped quickly and they appear well built. And the colors are helpful for knowing which wire goes to what device. Highly recommend. 5Like the color variety for easier identification These cables did the job. Had some older cat5e patch cables hooked up to my home office router and new cat6 cabling to some jacks I installed. Did a speed test on the hard wired jacks(which go to a cat6 modular patch panel) before changing the patch cables and had 26ms ping, 9.5Mbps download speed and about matching for upload speed. After changing to these cables at my patch panel and my work space, my ping went to 61ms, my download speed increased to 87Mbps and my upload speed to 12.1Mbps. My office wifi went from 23ms ping, 9.1Mbps download and 6.8Mbps upload to 57ms ping, 28Mbps upload and 10.4Mbps download. Definitely did the trick installing these new patch cables. Taking into consideration that the cat5e cables were not in pristine condition and the differences between the 5e and 6 standards, I would say the new cables provided the cat6 quality connection that I was hoping to achieve.The cables snapped in well to their connections and appear to be of more durable construction than my cat5e cables were. Like the color variety for easier identification. And the price for these was almost comparable to the cat5e patch cords listed on Amazon. The storage pouch is nice idea if I would have had any unused cables to keep in a clean and a little protected.Overall, this was a good purchase for me. Amazon made it easy to order, it was shipped fast and the cables met my expectations - a five star product in my view. 5DON T BE FOOLED! THIS IS NOT CAT-6 CABLE - IT IS CAT-5E Received product to discover when cutting to creating shorter patch cables that this IS NOT CAT6 CABLE as it DOES NOT have the Cat6 pair separator splineTHIS IS CAT5e CABLE - BEING SOLD AS CAT6! 1They do what they're supposed to do, at a good price These are nicely packed and - as of my first day of use - exactly what I hoped for. I did NOT get a dramatic speed increase out of my system by replacing my short cat5E cables with these cat6 cables, but I wanted to do the experiment. And it seems it was worth doing. Mind you, these vary a bit in sequential tests, but I did several runs each way using the time-warner speed testing site.using a 6' 5E cable to router and 6' 5E cable from router to computer:Download Speed: 176865 kbps (22108.1 KB/sec transfer rate)Upload Speed: 23619 kbps (2952.4 KB/sec transfer rate)replacing both the 5E cables with these 6 cables:Download Speed: 187444 kbps (23430.5 KB/sec transfer rate)Upload Speed: 23795 kbps (2974.4 KB/sec transfer rate)actually, I didn't know whether I'd see a difference at all with cables this short, but I think a 6% increase in download speed would be worthwhile.My router itself, although rated at gigabyte speed, takes the modem speed down from 300+, which I was a bit surprised to see, so the cables aren't the weak point in my system.However, I like the re-closable sturdy pack the came in, and the cables seem fine, so 5 stars, and if they keep working fine I'll let that stand. At this price, order some. 5Pliable, just the right thickness cat 6a In the past I've order from discount sites in order to get the exact length of cable and quantity I needed. But the cables usually are too thick, too expensive, or come with a boot that makes them very hard to unplug. Then I ordered this Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 15 Feet, 5-Color Combo. They came in a nice resealable bag. Unlike most cables I have, the Rankie cable is pliable and will extend easily after being coiled up in storage for a time. It is also not too thick and heavy and it can be hard to find the 15' length. The specs on the wire read Cat 6a, and they are not nearly as thick as other cat 6a cables. The cables are 6 mm in diameter but because they are flexible it's just the right thickness. They are not cat 6a slims (4mm). My package included red, white, blue, black and green. The colors are muted so they are not tacky. 5Yup, they're cables. Problem-free so far. My 5 differently-colored Ethernet cables arrived slightly early, packaged thoroughly but not wastefully inside a sealed plastic bag within an envelope. The cables themselves are clearly new and undamaged, tied in coils for easy storage, and should do excellently to replace my aging scrounged-up cables currently running to and from the router. The one I've used so far connects my game console to the router, and have thus far had a good consistent connection. I fully expect, given the upload and download speeds this one has consistently given me, that the others will be fine for streaming 4K to my smart TV, connecting the modem to the router, and so on. It's always good to have spares, and I do.Price seemed reasonable, so no complaints here. 4
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Getting rid of old cables. I have been having internet connection problems and decieded to try and fix the problem myself. As I was looking under the desk, I ask myself where did all these cables come from? I don't remember buying any of the Cat 5 cables. I think someone gave them to me. Anyway I decided to start over with a few things. And new cables was one of the ideas. I upgraded to Cat 6 and purchased a new router. The new router made the difference and I'm sure the new cables didn't hurt. I changed all cable around my television also. My connections are back in working order compaired to the internet signal that would be there one minute and gone the next.The cables arrived on time. Very pleased with the quality. Price is very good also. 5Good cables for the money. If you actually need them. I used to design and build Headends and Plant for a living. Pretty A-retentive about proper cabling and not having a bunch of cables laying all over the place. Cable management is important in headends and in your house, as far as I am concerned. Recently we got the Gigabit upgrade in our area and I was very disappointed in the test results. Using my Southwire meter I determined the cause was my Cat5e. I should have been seeing Gigbit speeds downstream with Cat5e but wasn t. Everything is setup properly and everything in my network is GB capable. Cat5e should have been fine. My whole house is hardwired and I have a room in my house dedicated to my network. I really was not going to or looking forward to updating drops and rewiring everything. Friends of mine, Engineers, told me several times I needed to upgrade my network with Cat6. I did not think it would make that much of a difference. Because I was not getting the Gigabit speeds I was paying for, I should have been seeing on average 940 Mbps down and 35 on the return path (Up), wasn t even getting close, so even though I paid the $350 upgrade fee, I went ahead and downgraded to the next lower tier.I am right near one of BroadbandNow s tested five fastest cities for my service at my tier. I should have been seeing over 400 Mbps down and 20 up. Instead I was showing around 350x down and 8 up on average.I decided to order these Cables to see if it would really make much of a difference and if it did I was going to rewire my entire house. I am going to be rewiring my whole house with 6A because it did make a difference. I have added photos of speed tests after changing some of the cables over to test. I will be adding more photo s when I temporarily revert back to Cat5e.Network jitter is now nearly nonexistent and according to the DSL tests it also lowered overall jitter and upgraded from a B to an A+. Even though I had very little latency with Netflix, Youtube and Amazon now there is zero. Fifteen feet is a short distance that should make little to no difference between Cat5e and Cat6 but it did.I think the primary reason I saw improvement was due to less crosstalk (Interference). I have 32 devices hardwired in my house from my network room and more cables than that by far connecting everything together. Because of better shielding Cat6/6A reduces crosstalk. The differences in Cat5e and Cat6/6A are not relative at 15 feet of cable. But if you are transferring a lot of photo s and video s between computers and drives on the network there seems to be a decent improvement.So who needs Cat6/6A cables?Anyone who plays around a lot with their network and measures improvements in nanoseconds and single packets.Anyone who is going to rewire or hardwire their house and wants to futureproof it.Anyone who is transferring a lot of files at once.Anyone who has a lot of devices running from a primary network source and has a lot of cables together, 6/6A to reduce crosstalk (Interference).Anyone looking to get absolute zero latency.And who doesn t need them.The average user who has a single cable running from a modem to a wireless router. Unlikely you will see any difference at all or the differences will be so minute as to not matter.These cables are well made and worth the money. If you actually need them over Cat5e.Using five different speed tests starting with DSLreports after swapping to Cat6 I now am showing the same speeds as the top city in my State. Average down - 449 and up - 19.21. So there are definitely some cabling issues between the old Cat5e and Cat6 and soon to be upgraded to 6A. 5Nice cables and color coding helps. Honestly, this is one of those things that if it works, it works; if it doesn't then you're really annoyed. Well, these work so I'm happy. Good price, too. Best thing is that since we've got 16 wi-fi things in the house and I'm slowly reverting to hard wiring the permanent gear, my needs for ethernet cable are growing - and since I have an expectation of the product working, the next best thing are the colors to help me figure out the growing rats nests of cables in several rooms. These cables fit the bill. Word of advice, buy twice as long as you "need" - nothing worse that trying to elegantly run cable unobtrusively and then come up 2 feet short. A 15 foot cable is perfect for a space that measures 8 to 10 feet but takes 11 or 12 feet to be discrete - nice to have the spare footage. 5Dead sexy data transmission. Do they transmit data? Yes. Do they come in five, bold, late-80s Coca-Cola shirt colors? Indeed. Do they even come in a resealable bag to maintain freshness when not in use? Boy howdy, do they! All in all, good times on the Cat 6 train to Gigabit town. 5Good price, appear well built, the colors are helpful for knowing which wire goes to what device. I purchased a new router and saw that my wired desktop was running at 10/100 instead of gigabit (amber light instead of white). I did a speed test and sure enough I was only getting 23 Mbps download via my high powered gaming rig, but my Samsung phone was getting 236 Mbps via the router's 5GHz wifi connection. The existing cable was Cat 5e, so gigabit should have been fine, but I suspect it had a crimp or something. In any case, since I was ordering new cables, I went with Cat 6 for better protection and performance. I hooked it up, rebooted the PC and the router showed gigabit connection (white light). I did another speed test and was now getting 236 Mbps download, woo hoo!The price was good, they were shipped quickly and they appear well built. And the colors are helpful for knowing which wire goes to what device. Highly recommend. 5Like the color variety for easier identification These cables did the job. Had some older cat5e patch cables hooked up to my home office router and new cat6 cabling to some jacks I installed. Did a speed test on the hard wired jacks(which go to a cat6 modular patch panel) before changing the patch cables and had 26ms ping, 9.5Mbps download speed and about matching for upload speed. After changing to these cables at my patch panel and my work space, my ping went to 61ms, my download speed increased to 87Mbps and my upload speed to 12.1Mbps. My office wifi went from 23ms ping, 9.1Mbps download and 6.8Mbps upload to 57ms ping, 28Mbps upload and 10.4Mbps download. Definitely did the trick installing these new patch cables. Taking into consideration that the cat5e cables were not in pristine condition and the differences between the 5e and 6 standards, I would say the new cables provided the cat6 quality connection that I was hoping to achieve.The cables snapped in well to their connections and appear to be of more durable construction than my cat5e cables were. Like the color variety for easier identification. And the price for these was almost comparable to the cat5e patch cords listed on Amazon. The storage pouch is nice idea if I would have had any unused cables to keep in a clean and a little protected.Overall, this was a good purchase for me. Amazon made it easy to order, it was shipped fast and the cables met my expectations - a five star product in my view. 5DON T BE FOOLED! THIS IS NOT CAT-6 CABLE - IT IS CAT-5E Received product to discover when cutting to creating shorter patch cables that this IS NOT CAT6 CABLE as it DOES NOT have the Cat6 pair separator splineTHIS IS CAT5e CABLE - BEING SOLD AS CAT6! 1They do what they're supposed to do, at a good price These are nicely packed and - as of my first day of use - exactly what I hoped for. I did NOT get a dramatic speed increase out of my system by replacing my short cat5E cables with these cat6 cables, but I wanted to do the experiment. And it seems it was worth doing. Mind you, these vary a bit in sequential tests, but I did several runs each way using the time-warner speed testing site.using a 6' 5E cable to router and 6' 5E cable from router to computer:Download Speed: 176865 kbps (22108.1 KB/sec transfer rate)Upload Speed: 23619 kbps (2952.4 KB/sec transfer rate)replacing both the 5E cables with these 6 cables:Download Speed: 187444 kbps (23430.5 KB/sec transfer rate)Upload Speed: 23795 kbps (2974.4 KB/sec transfer rate)actually, I didn't know whether I'd see a difference at all with cables this short, but I think a 6% increase in download speed would be worthwhile.My router itself, although rated at gigabyte speed, takes the modem speed down from 300+, which I was a bit surprised to see, so the cables aren't the weak point in my system.However, I like the re-closable sturdy pack the came in, and the cables seem fine, so 5 stars, and if they keep working fine I'll let that stand. At this price, order some. 5Pliable, just the right thickness cat 6a In the past I've order from discount sites in order to get the exact length of cable and quantity I needed. But the cables usually are too thick, too expensive, or come with a boot that makes them very hard to unplug. Then I ordered this Rankie RJ45 Cat6 Snagless Ethernet Patch Cable, 5-Pack, 15 Feet, 5-Color Combo. They came in a nice resealable bag. Unlike most cables I have, the Rankie cable is pliable and will extend easily after being coiled up in storage for a time. It is also not too thick and heavy and it can be hard to find the 15' length. The specs on the wire read Cat 6a, and they are not nearly as thick as other cat 6a cables. The cables are 6 mm in diameter but because they are flexible it's just the right thickness. They are not cat 6a slims (4mm). My package included red, white, blue, black and green. The colors are muted so they are not tacky. 5Yup, they're cables. Problem-free so far. My 5 differently-colored Ethernet cables arrived slightly early, packaged thoroughly but not wastefully inside a sealed plastic bag within an envelope. The cables themselves are clearly new and undamaged, tied in coils for easy storage, and should do excellently to replace my aging scrounged-up cables currently running to and from the router. The one I've used so far connects my game console to the router, and have thus far had a good consistent connection. I fully expect, given the upload and download speeds this one has consistently given me, that the others will be fine for streaming 4K to my smart TV, connecting the modem to the router, and so on. It's always good to have spares, and I do.Price seemed reasonable, so no complaints here. 4
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