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    Possible to download the g751 jt win 8.1 realtek lan driver from manufacturer's site?

    can i download latest driver for my realtek card from the manufactor site? The lates on asus download is from 2014-08.
    Is there also some optimized settings for gaming? Im conected with cable and not wireless.
    If it work would anyone care to provide a link for latest driver :-).
    Im using win 8.1 and g751 jt.
    Have a nice day.
    Last edited by Carl Fredrik; 04-11-2016 at 02:45 PM.

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    Yes you can download from Realtek website but what is it you are trying to achieve. There isn't much difference in LAN driver evolution.
    To find the correct driver you need to first know which LAN interface you have then just search Realtek for it.

    The only optimization is to make sure it's set to full duplex, done.

    If you are going wired then your router and WAN/ ISP will play a larger role than your NIC will.

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    thx for the response :-)

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