Solved question about network card settings Tags: Download Networking Internet Speed Network Card Last response: March 6, 2014 2:04 PM in Networking Share m1337 March 6, 2014 1:55:35 PM if my internet speed is at download 100 mbps / upload 3mbs should i set my network card link speed to 100mbps or 1gbps ? would i benefit somehow in anyway if i change to 1gbps duplex or better to stay on 100mbps? More about : question network card settings Reply to m1337 Best solution scout_03 March 6, 2014 2:04:52 PM set her to the fastest speed she could handle so if something happens on the network she will be able to handle it and ay not loose speed . Reply to scout_03 Share Ask the community Post an answer Related resources Question about Network Card settings (duplex, etc) Forum Question about setting up network of 2 routers and 1 firewall Forum SolvedQuestion about priority on a network Forum Question about my set up... Involving Graphics Card, motherboard, i5-3570k, etc. Forum Questions about setting up an office network Forum SolvedSimple question about NVIDIA "Manage 3D Settings". Forum SolvedQuestion about a new network Forum SolvedQuestions about the network path of computers on LAN Forum SolvedQuestion About Changing Gateway laptop NE56R41u Graphics Card Forum SolvedQuestion about a graphics card. Forum SolvedQuestion about 250w Power Supply And new Graphics Card Forum SolvedQuestion about what type of network drive Forum SolvedQuestion about installing windows 7 on multiple PC from network driv Forum SolvedA question about a graphics card Forum SolvedQuestion about my video card and my case Forum SolvedQuestion about virtual memory settings Forum SolvedSetting up vlan's on small network + ping question Forum SolvedQuestion about Memory Mode in the Computer Setting Forum SolvedQuestion about PSU's and the minimum power requirements of the graphics card Forum SolvedQuestion about small network speeds Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !