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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array Dimitrios1971 PC Specs
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    @Aysberg uploading here Aquantia_10G_AQC-107_2.1.19

    The second file with mouse right click button and install this version
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    EDIT:This is x64 driver version
    Last edited by Dimitrios1971; 12-09-2019 at 02:02 AM.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array restsugavan PC Specs
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    Thank you for your kindness @Dimistrios1971

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Aysberg PC Specs
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    Thanks @Dimitrios1971, now I have firmware and drivers on the newest version.

    Will test the stability a bit. Currently I am using a Mellanox ConnectX-3 via fiber for my 10GbE network and I am quite happy with my setup, but having one less component in my machine would be a plus.
    Last edited by Aysberg; 12-10-2019 at 08:47 AM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array RamGuy PC Specs
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    Thanks for the links Dimitrios1971. I had the firmware already as I'm a frequent user of Station-Drivers, but I didn't know about the driver.

    Sadly this doesn't really seem to improve my situation. I did upgrade my home network to have 10Gbe uplink's and got myself the Asus XG-C100C Ethernet Adapter for my server and my desktop and the network card is not behaving well at all.

    My server is next to useless with this card. As soon as it has any throughput going it will get packet loss with no end. Having μTorrent running with 25 MB/s and the connection to the server will start lagging like crazy. Running a ping -t to my server and I will have 20-40% packet loss. Stop μTorrent and there is 0% packet loss.

    Switching back to the Intel i211-AT and there are no such issues. This is a Windows Server 2019 installation, with Hyper-V services enabled and I noticed how CharlieH was mentioning Hyper-V. But these issues are present no matter if the XG-C100C is being used or a Hyper-V Virtual Switch or not.

    It does seem to behave much better on my Windows 10 v1909 desktop. But even on my desktop there are some awkward packet loss at around 1-2% which are not there when using my Intel i219-V. There are no real benefits for me having the XG-C100C/AQC107 in my desktop if my server is not running the XG-C100C/AQC107. The 10GBe uplink's are nice to avoid congestion and bottleneck's, but I had really hoped for my server to have 10GBe as the 1GBe is a bottleneck at times and it would really improve on my backup routines to have both my server and desktop running 10GBe.

    These AQC107 NIC's like the Asus XG-C100C are some rather cheap 10GBe cards, but one would expect them to perform and behave much better than this. I have tried to disable various offload settings in the NIC's hardware settings but nothing seems to really improve on it's instability.

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