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AsRock Motherboard Internet Problem

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Topic: AsRock Motherboard Internet Problem
Posted By: Rianna
Subject: AsRock Motherboard Internet Problem
Date Posted: 07 Dec 2017 at 5:36pm
I have a very light understanding for computer building. Most of what i know is from reading articles or experience with my computer (this is the first I've built). So things i say may be completely wrong

I recently changed out my motherboard for another that had more slots for memory.
The new motherboard i got is the AsRock A770DE+ (amd770 + SB710 chipsets)

Everything is great except the internet

My household gets 30mbps from Road Runner
- i know the problem is not internet source (the main computer gets full 30 mbps)
- i know the problem is not the http://www.kynix.com/Product/Cate/535.html" rel="nofollow - router (multiple other laptops have received 25 mbps at the same time)

Currently according to speedtest.net i am getting 10mbps but the internet dies quite often

With my old motherboard, i used Trendnet Wireless N PCI Adapter to connect to the internet (back then we only received 5 mbps) and it received the full amount.

With this motherboard, when i plug in PCI wireless adapter, the system either doesnt recognize the card (if only for a few seconds and yes installed correct drivers) OR the system does not recognize any sata ports and therefore cannot boot (WTF!!!)


So what I've done to compensate for that is:

1. use usb wireless internet adapters
- i have both a TP-Link http://www.tp-link.com/us/download/TL-WN722N.html" rel="nofollow - TL-WN722N and a Trendnet http://https://www.trendnet.com/products/proddetail%3Fprod=180_TEW-664UB" rel="nofollow - TEW-664UB
- I've found with these that i can get the best connection when i use both at the same time (one on the lower and one on the higher broadband transmitted from the router)
- weird things i dont understand: sometimes its faster when i use only one connected to the lower broadband
--these usually gets my pc 5-7mbps each

2. use a sling blade to get a wireless ethernet cord connection (im actually borrowing this so i will have to return it soon)
- this gets my pc ANYWHERE from 0 to 15 mbps (dont know why it varies so much)

Here are my computer specs:

Is the onboard network adapter conflicting?


PROBLEMS:
recently i've only been able to receive less than 4mbps from all of these together
when i have only one of the three in i get around 6mbps

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW what people suggest how to fix this or what new stuff (both what would be cheapest and what would be the very best) to buy.


THANK YOU



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