Okay, I get it.I'm saying that most people dump their internet into their LAN, to serve all wired devices. Why wouldn't you want to connect your computer via the faster network adapter, assuming you have some 2.5G hardware on your LAN?
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Wow... can you share your EDC bug values? I wanna copy them and try
Okey thanks a lot, i got 2 cores @-10 and rest minus 25Ryzen master show what core is best the cpu reports it it's self. Hwinfo also labels cores under (per#x/y) you can also watch which core clocks the highest.
core 1 to 8 is equal to 0 to 7. HWinfo also labels from 0
An open window in Sverige (Sweden) at this time,nope corsair h150 push/pull config my computer stands near a window, lol
Will be 4.8Ghz maybe in a couple of months if you keep the window open during winter in Sverige ;-)nope corsair h150 push/pull config my computer stands near a window, lol
g with Ryzen master but could not get a fairly stable overclock by lowering the voltages so switched to using the OC tuner by
haha yeahAn open window in Sverige (Sweden) at this time,
Will be 4.8Ghz maybe in a couple of months if you keep the window open during winter in Sverige ;-)
Drivers, Intel drivers are just better and Intel make very good networking devices. Realtek years ago were pretty bad with their drivers, hardware side of things was okay but that's useless if the software is buggy, they have improved a lot since then but still they've got room for improvement. The realtek 2.5 gbe is probably best suited for lan rather than internet as it's got better bandwidth and Intel may have better latency for internet.Since when is Realtek better than Intel at networking ?