Do you own a 40 Gbps Ethernet switch to stream multiple uncompressed 4K content between your home theater and NAS?
Hate to break it to you, but you can stream several 4k streams over a shitty $10 switch with a 100mbps connection.
Why are you so dumb buying "enterprise" hardware?
You are not a very clever man if you think you can tell a difference if the bitrate is high enough, but I'm not arguing with a troll who just wasted this much money on a placebo.
Protip for you: All 4k content currently is compressed in one way or another. And even if you had a 4k bluray, those drives have poor read speeds like 11MB/s, meaning I can still stream about 11 of them over a 1Gbit connection.
It must suck to be both dumb and a fail at trolling. Maybe go out and provoke some hobos, but don't get stabbed. They will fight back as opposed when you are hiding behind your dial up connection.
>doesn't understand joke because autism
>starts listing component names to look smart
RJ45 has no pratical bandwidth limit nerd, its the signaling and cable assembly that lets it down. Take a 10GbE pass-through cable, the insulation is silicon because normal PVC wrecks your shit.