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Gentlemen of OCN,

I'm in need of some advice regarding network connectivity at home.
The current state of affairs is as follows:
Living room contains Modem, Wireless Router, Switch and Server.
Study is where my Gaming PC resides. It is currently connected to the network via a wireless dongle.

The wireless dongle is starting to act up quite badly so I need to consider my options. Do I:
1) Stay wireless. Going instead for a PCIe solution like the Asus PCE-AC66 (does not work on Z87 it seems) with the intention to upgrade to a 802.11ac Wireless Router in the near future.
2) Go Powerline. No idea whats good to go for these days. My last experience a couple of years back was not too good.
I would love to go fully wired, but the route from my living room to my study makes it too difficult.

Any suggestions on the subject would be appreciated smile.gif
Edited by TheV - 7/23/13 at 7:11am