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Onboard LAN card won't stay as 1gbps, only 100mbit

Hi,

 

I have the Asrock B450M Pro4 with the latest drivers and I can't get the NIC to stay as 1 gbps, only 100mbit.

 

Anyone know the trick to get it to stay as 1gbps in Win10?

 

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When I run speedtest, it maxes out at 90 Mbps and I pay for 1 gig fibre.

 

When they installed a new router the other day, it was hitting 800 Mbps, but then dropped to 90 and that's when I discovered the 100 mbps thing vs 1gbps and it just wouldnt stay.

 

Any thoughts/suggestions?

 

Thanks!

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Does the router have 1Gb/s Ethernet ports?

Does the cable you use support 1Gb/s?

What is the make and model of the router?

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30 minutes ago, Mr. Chicken Sandwich said:

Hi,

 

I have the Asrock B450M Pro4 with the latest drivers and I can't get the NIC to stay as 1 gbps, only 100mbit.

 

Anyone know the trick to get it to stay as 1gbps in Win10?

 

image.png.31765f012615c70747b26aaa83741b69.png

 

When I run speedtest, it maxes out at 90 Mbps and I pay for 1 gig fibre.

 

When they installed a new router the other day, it was hitting 800 Mbps, but then dropped to 90 and that's when I discovered the 100 mbps thing vs 1gbps and it just wouldnt stay.

 

Any thoughts/suggestions?

 

Thanks!

Have you tried multiple ethernet cables to rule out the possibility of a bad cable? Is your computer DIRECTLY connected to the modem/router? Bypass any/all third-party connections, like routers, switches, and/or in-wall keystone jacks, then report back to us. The best way to troubleshoot networking problems is to eliminate all variables except for the bare minimum required to get an internet connection, then add variables back in one-by-one until you find the problem.

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