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RTX 2070 kills my Ethernet????

Hello,

 

i recently upgraded from a GTX 1060 to an RTX 2070. And ever since that my Ethernet connection is behaving very weirdly (Dropping Mbits, Not reaching max Mbits, Apps take ages to load)

If anybody has an awnser and a fix as to why this happened i would be very thankful if you could let me know and help me thx.

 

Specs:

 

Ryzen 5 3600

2x8GB DDR4 3200Mhz

B450 Tomahawk

650 Watt Power Supply

RTX 2070

Windows installed on M.2

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Hi!

 

Have you checked that both your Windows version is fully up-to-date, AND have you also reinstalled the ethernet driver from the motherboard manufacturer's website?

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Methinks the Ethernet issue isn't linked to the GPU at all... Reset your network under Windows 

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2 hours ago, whispous said:

Hi!

 

Have you checked that both your Windows version is fully up-to-date, AND have you also reinstalled the ethernet driver from the motherboard manufacturer's website?

Hey, yea did both still doesn't work. I even tried switching back to the 1060 but that also didn't work. But Wifi works that's what's confusing me.

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2 hours ago, PDifolco said:

Methinks the Ethernet issue isn't linked to the GPU at all... Reset your network under Windows 

Wdym

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15 minutes ago, fabinatot said:

Wdym

You could try running CMD as admin, then type the following:

netsh winsock reset

It’ll ask for a reboot, see how that goes. 

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1 hour ago, fabinatot said:

Wdym

Under windows for less tech savvy https://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/page.php?id=70821

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On 7/2/2022 at 2:26 PM, mudflapman said:

You could try running CMD as admin, then type the following:

netsh winsock reset

It’ll ask for a reboot, see how that goes. 

Tried it. Still doens't work. But thx

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