GT75 Titan 8RF LAN connection clamped at 100Mbits need help

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  1. Wild Turkey

    Wild Turkey Notebook Consultant

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    Depends on what image your retailer had. I installed a fresh 1809 on mine.


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  2. WaterBlue

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    Thanks.
    I'll give you feedback.
     
  3. AU4U

    AU4U Notebook Evangelist

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    I got rid of mine about 1 week into owning my GT75.
    It was preventing my notebook from sleeping, was getting tones of error reports.
    It's rebranded INTEL, the Killer Wireless-AC 1550 is just Intel's 9260 chip, using modded INTEL driver .... using generic Intel drivers works fine for me.
    https://us.hardware.info/reviews/8861/killer-wireless-ac-1550-review-users-lock-your-wifi
    Anyways ... Killer 1550 cant get up to 1Gbps on wifi: https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/8728/rivet-networks-killer-1550-wireless-nic-review/index.html
    This is the reason I use LAN, I'm on optical service, and I'm getting just a bit more bandwidth than what I pay for.
     
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  4. WaterBlue

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    My problem is solved.
    It was a problem with the FAI router which was not new and efficient enough. All LAN ports on the router worked well in 1G (tested) but the model of the router was not recent enough, it created a problem of compatibility or recognition of my network card.
    Today, my FAI provided me a newer model of router, also with 1G ports and, miracle, the connection was immediately established at 1G.
    I thank you all for your help because I was able to quickly eliminate software or drivers causes, and I could see that the network card worked well with other users.
    This forum is really helpful.
     
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    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Glad to hear your problem was solved and that the issue was identified at the router. It sometimes happens, when we realize we update our electronics but we tend to keep routers and switches for far longer, and eventually compatibility issues arise.

    I hope you can keep participating in the forum, as we thrive thanks to user contributions like your topic.
     
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  6. Wild Turkey

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    I still have a 10/100 Hub sitting around...

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    We have one at work too, we use it when we want to cause collisions on the network :) hahaha
     
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