motherboard is an asus x470 prime pro cant get good download speed with onboard nic
When i use google chrome to run a speed test i receive a 6 mb download speed and up to 3 meg uploads
i went to download drivers for my rtx 2080 and the download took me 2 hrs to complete
also when i use the rockstar games launcher to download and install red dead redemption 2 it says it will take 10 hrs
my previous motherboard with a realtek nic was a much better experience than this
the only reason i purchased this motherboard was for Nvlink
if there is somthing in the intel softare i need to turn on and someone can help i would appreciate it
if i cant get a fix i will just go out and purchase a new nic i would rather use this one though because i figured intel nic's were better
the internet i pay for is 75 meg down and 20 meg uploads
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