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Hi I have a fast wifi the best i hit is 1.1 gbps and now i am getting 100 Mbps at best. what could have happend .

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Can you move your computer closer and plug a cable directly between the router and computer and test the speed there please 馃檪 Just to get some information to help find where the problem lies.

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How is your network set up? Single router? Mesh System? Access Points?

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CPU: 聽Intel Core i7-14700K
CPU Cooler: Deepcool LT720
Motherboard: MSI PRO Z790-P WIFI
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws S5 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR5-6000

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On 5/9/2024 at 12:54 AM, TylerD321 said:

How is your network set up? Single router? Mesh System? Access Points?

Single my mb got replace because it broke聽https://pcpartpicker.com/user/DudeSquad999/saved/GdbZ23

my Wi-Fi card doesn't work and bluetooth card聽

On 5/9/2024 at 12:54 AM, TylerD321 said:

How is your network set up? Single router? Mesh System? Access Points?

i use a wifi booster/point and plug my Ethernet cord to it and i use a cat 8 cord

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and i took the motherboard wifi card and put it back in and the Bluetooth and wireless WiFi card聽

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Hi I have a fast Wi-Fi the best I hit is 1.1 gbps, and now I am getting 90 Mbps at best. What could have happened. I have a cat 8 cable and a Wi-Fi point that's where I plug my cat 8 cord. I took my onboard Wi-Fi card off and put it back in. Also, my Bluetooth isn't working, maybe the card. Would could I do.聽My current build

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This is very difficult to follow.聽

What router/access point do you have? Is the PC you're using for this testing connected wirelessly or with a wire? You keep saying "CAT 8 cord" but then "Wifi" interchangeably so I cannot figure out which you're talking about.

CAT8 spec cable (is that spec even finished?) is a little suspect, CAT5e is more than capable of Gigabit speeds. Hopefully that's a quality item.

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i just got the cat 8 i had a 5e

On 5/14/2024 at 6:40 PM, GuiltySpark_ said:

This is very difficult to follow.聽

What router/access point do you have? Is the PC you're using for this testing connected wirelessly or with a wire? You keep saying "CAT 8 cord" but then "Wifi" interchangeably so I cannot figure out which you're talking about.

CAT8 spec cable (is that spec even finished?) is a little suspect, CAT5e is more than capable of Gigabit speeds. Hopefully that's a quality item.

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On 5/14/2024 at 6:40 PM, GuiltySpark_ said:

This is very difficult to follow.聽

What router/access point do you have? Is the PC you're using for this testing connected wirelessly or with a wire? You keep saying "CAT 8 cord" but then "Wifi" interchangeably so I cannot figure out which you're talking about.

CAT8 spec cable (is that spec even finished?) is a little suspect, CAT5e is more than capable of Gigabit speeds. Hopefully that's a quality item.

the point is in the basement and router upstairs聽

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So you're wired, ok. You keep saying Wifi but understand that Wifi refers specifically to wireless local networking. If you're using a wire, its not wifi.聽

Can you remove this new "cat8" cable and put your old cable back in place? Does anything change?聽

There are more complicated and specific questions we could ask but given your knowledge level we'll need to go slow here.

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13 minutes ago, DudeSquad11 said:

i just would like to under satnd why my wifi sppeds suck and what i cand do to fix it and the bluetooth card

We don't know, but again you are confusing wired and wireless. What bluetooth card do you have?聽

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20 hours ago, GuiltySpark_ said:

We don't know, but again you are confusing wired and wireless. What bluetooth card do you have?聽

you're getting confused i am saying when wired it is 80mps and the wireless on board card isn't working or being found and. the on board Bluetooth is being found but not working聽

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Hi I have a fast wifi/Ethernet the best I hit is 1.1 gbps, and now I am getting 80 Mbps at best. What could have happened. I have a cat 8 cable and a Wi-Fi point that's where I plug my cat 8 cord. I took my onboard Wi-Fi card off and put it back in. Also, my Bluetooth isn't working, maybe the card. Would could I do.聽My current build

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1 hour ago, DudeSquad11 said:

you're getting confused i am saying when wired it is 80mps and the wireless on board card isn't working or being found and. the on board Bluetooth is being found but not working聽

1) A WIRED connection uses a wire. It goes to a router or access point (likely what your ISP provides in your case) with a physical cable. It's WIRED.

2) A WiFi connection has NO wires between you and the router/access point/ISP device, there is a lack of cable.

3) You removed your onboard Wifi card by disassembling your motherboard and put it back, well that tells us next to nothing. Did you actually connect the little wires back up properly or not?

4) You're saying you have a wireless wired cord between you and some device but provide no details. Let that sink in a bit, you're wireless card has a wired connection. That makes no sense.

You have an ethernet port were you plugged in a likely junk cable that is likely the cause of all these issues. Get a quality Cat6 or Cat6a cable that's not CCA/Copper Clad Aluminum and try again with that.

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Why exactly do you have a Cat 8? That is beyond pointless. Cat 5e can handle 2.5 gbps, Cat 6a 10, why did you go with 8? That itself can cause issues.

Generally speaking 1 Gigabit internet= 80 Megabytes per second download speeds. it goes up to 120, but usually you are gonna be in the range of 60-85 Megabytes.

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18 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

Why exactly do you have a Cat 8? That is beyond pointless. Cat 5e can handle 2.5 gbps, Cat 6a 10, why did you go with 8? That itself can cause issues.

Generally speaking 1 Gigabit internet= 80 Megabytes per second download speeds. it goes up to 120, but usually you are gonna be in the range of 60-85 Megabytes.

no the best i got is 1.1 gbps

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5 minutes ago, DudeSquad11 said:

no the best i got is 1.1 gbps

Yes, you have to remember Bits and bytes are different. 1 Gigabit = 125 Megabyte. For the most part its going to be between 60-90 Megabyte per seecond download, with some of the better servers handling the full 100-125 Megabytes depending on traffic, usage in your area etc.

8 megabits = 1 Megabyte.

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Wi Fi is wireless.
If you're using a wire to connect to your router, it's not WiFi.聽 It's Ethernet.

Also:聽 CAT 8 isn't a cable standard, it's a made up name to make cables sound more expensive.聽聽

If you go to www.fast.com聽 what speeds does it show upload and download?

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Wait, so let me get this stright:

Your setup currently goes:

[Computer] -->聽 [Wireless Access Point] --> [Router] ?聽 Is that correct?

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since your main board was replaced i would reinstall windows usually.聽

BUT you can try by reinstalling chipset AND wifi drivers, as a board replacement= new drivers.聽

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I good it that is Wi-Fi, but I am saying for a wireless contention the card isn't working nor is the Bluetooth

19 hours ago, tkitch said:

Wait, so let me get this stright:

Your setup currently goes:

[Computer] -->聽 [Wireless Access Point] --> [Router] ?聽 Is that correct?

no point is wireless

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11 hours ago, Robchil said:

since your main board was replaced i would reinstall windows usually.聽

BUT you can try by reinstalling chipset AND wifi drivers, as a board replacement= new drivers.聽

k make u rephrase聽

20 hours ago, Shimejii said:

Yes, you have to remember Bits and bytes are different. 1 Gigabit = 125 Megabyte. For the most part its going to be between 60-90 Megabyte per seecond download, with some of the better servers handling the full 100-125 Megabytes depending on traffic, usage in your area etc.

8 megabits = 1 Megabyte.

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11 hours ago, Robchil said:

since your main board was replaced i would reinstall windows usually.聽

BUT you can try by reinstalling chipset AND wifi drivers, as a board replacement= new drivers.聽

how do i reinstal chip set

also y my wifi i slow why

11 hours ago, Robchil said:

since your main board was replaced i would reinstall windows usually.聽

BUT you can try by reinstalling chipset AND wifi drivers, as a board replacement= new drivers.聽

how do i do the bluetooth card

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