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    Default Can an Overclock Slow The Onboard Network Adaptor ?

    I am sure i am not imaging this but as i overclock higher I am sure that my internet takes a hit, i seem to get longer delays with the "waiting for.." on my IE

    Can someone tell me which volatges apply to the onboard ethernet, is it he southbridge and thus the ICH I/O ?
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    Default Re: Can an Overclock Slow The Onboard Network Adaptor ?

    I doubt it has anything to do with your overclock, unless maybe the memory is unstable?

    Are you 100% Tested stable, with Memtest86+ and or prime95, orthos, ect?

    There is no voltages to adjust for the LAN

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    Default Re: Can an Overclock Slow The Onboard Network Adaptor ?

    Yes stable at 4.16 i will see if bumping up the volts a notch helps but i am postive i am not imaging it and IE is taking a while to load pages, which does not happen with lower overclocks
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    Default Re: Can an Overclock Slow The Onboard Network Adaptor ?

    bumping up the vtt for the memory seems to have improved things but i will have to do some broad testing on different sites and overclocks to see if it really is a mem thing
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    Default Re: Can an Overclock Slow The Onboard Network Adaptor ?

    Good luck with the testing, memory or overall instability is the only thing I could imagine that could possibly cause this.

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