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    Transmit and Recieve Buffers

    Hi ; I have a VIA Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter and would llike to know what i should set my buffers at . they default to 64 . I have win xp , 2 Gb ram , 1.6 cpu.
    What will happen if i raise ot=r lower them ?
    hope that is enough info.

    thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcuslk View Post
    Hi ; I have a VIA Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter and would llike to know what i should set my buffers at . they default to 64 . I have win xp , 2 Gb ram , 1.6 cpu.
    What will happen if i raise ot=r lower them ?
    hope that is enough info.

    thank you.
    just try it
    1. set buffer size to MAX, do tracert, speedtest, pingtest, Quality Of Service
    2. set buffer size to MIN, do tracert, speedtest, pingtest, Quality Of Service

    my experiment result (3X test)
    1. MAX buffer size
    - Tracert : high latency (lower is better)
    - Speedtest : high ping (lower is better), normal dowload, lower upload
    - Pingtest : packet lost, high ping, normal jitter
    - QOS : high QOS (higher is better)

    2. MIN buffer size
    - Tracert : low latency (lower is better)
    - Speedtest : low ping (lower is better), normal dowload, normal upload
    - Pingtest : no packet lost, low ping, normal jitter
    - QOS : less QOS (higher is better)

    my suggestion use DEFAULT value

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