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Thread: Router Fiasco

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    Router Fiasco

    I'm on a wrt54GL with v24 sp1 generic std dd-wrt

    I decided i was going to kick up th mhz and transmit power so I wanted to g a little Xtreme

    adding ramsinks to all major heat zones whether or not some of them were necessary
    I wanted to fit the fan underneath the casing but the ports didn't provide enough clearance.


    Tell me what you think.
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    That's one extreme WRT54G.

    Not sure how much help it will be, though. Increasing the transmit power will help your signal at long distances, but beyond a certain point it'll do nothing but cause more noise-related problems. Better antennae would be the way to go.

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    definitely awesome!

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