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Check your NIC settings and re-install the ethernet drivers imo. Make sure it's set to full duplex on your router. Maybe you changed something on accident and it nerfed your link speed.
It only slows down sometimes so its not a changed setting or anything like that
Its been fine ever since i installed Windows 10 then 2 weeks ago at random it slows down and goes back to normal

A re-install of Windows 10 is the best option i just cant be bothered to do that so to hell with Windows 10 when Windows 7 still has support untill the end of the year

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It seems likely it's an issue with Killer Network adapters rather then Windows. Check thier forums. If they need to have multiple articles on it breaking the internet you might to avoid using them in the future

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It seems likely it's an issue with Killer Network adapters rather then Windows.
The problem is not in any way related to Killer Network i tried Killer Network long after the problems started just to see if that would fix it and no its something in Windows 10 somewhere

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The problem is not in any way related to Killer Network i tried Killer Network long after the problems started just to see if that would fix it and no its something in Windows 10 its not something else
They state that they break the internet after Windows updates so how can you say it's not that?

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They state that they break the internet after Windows updates so how can you say it's not that?
My motherboard has two ethernet ports a standard Intel one which i have always used and a Killer Network one which i have never used
The problem was there long before i ever tried the Killer Network so its not related in any way to Killer Network when i have not used the port or the software or anything related to Killer

So yes i am 100% sure its not anything to do with Killer unless somehow by magic Windows 10 has installed the drivers for it without me knowing
Edit: never mind i was wrong dammed Windows 10 has installed it without me knowing

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
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unless somehow by magic Windows 10 has installed the drivers for it without me knowing
unless you have that third party drivers turned off (in pro but not sure home edition?) it can/will.

just saying.

btw, have you checked for network/TCIP errors and warnings in the event viewer?

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Problem is, even without using the Killer ethernet Windows will install drivers for it, in my case it also installed their software out of nowhere after a few months of not doing so. So try checking the site I linked previously.

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My motherboard has two ethernet ports a standard Intel one which i have always used and a Killer Network one which i have never used
The problem was there long before i ever tried the Killer Network so its not related in any way to Killer Network when i have not used the port or the software or anything related to Killer

So yes i am 100% sure its not anything to do with Killer unless somehow by magic Windows 10 has installed the drivers for it without me knowing
Unless it started happening after you installed the Killer drivers then no it can't be that if you have an Intel port as well that also has the issues. Whelp there goes the easy answer of that being the cause. Did you update to the latest Windows 10?
Clean install should be the last resort, there must be something that's interfering. If you haven't updated to the latest version I'd try that otherwise I'd save yourself the headache and stick with 7. It works that's good enough

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I have not updated anything in Windows 10 myself it always auto does that and there is no way to turn it off as far as i know?
But it turns out i was wrong and i be dammed Windows 10 did install the Killer Network drivers on its own so have those disabled now

Right now the internet is working at its full speed in Windows 10 but since the slow down is super random i cant tell if disabling the drivers has helped or not

Edit: this is all the updates it has made in 2019 are there any of these that would cause this problem?
The problem started on the 24th or 25th of may and the last update was on the 17th
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You can pause updates up to 35 days now.

Knock on wood that was the cause. Latest big update was within the last 2 weeks I think so that likely reinstalled them and broke everything.

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