Disclaimer: I am not a native English speaker, please excuse my grammar and orthography errors.
I hope someone from this community can help me, I don’t have a clue and I doubt my Onboard-Hardware is the problem. I’m using Windows 10 on a pretty old Mainboard, its a Asus Maximus IV Extreme Z from 9 years ago.
I am facing issues when playing online Videogames or working via Business VPN with my internet. I have tried a lot of troubleshooting like updating my Onboard LAN Hardware Drivers, restarting my Router a couple of times, changing some Configurations, resetting it back to default, commands like /flushdns, changing some LAN device settings on Windows, everything without any sign of improvement. The issue I was facing was some kind of network stuttering every few seconds, Telemetry shows ping jumping from 32 ms up to more than 1000 ms and packet loss in that time. After a short moment, everything works fine again and it appears again after like 20 seconds. The same happens to Wi-Fi connected devices. These issues make Online gaming impossible and I often lose connection to university or business networks. My Internet speed is somewhere between 190 Mbit/s and 213 Mbit/s every time I check it. When I restart my Router, it seems to work for a few hours and then the same things happen again. The only devices connected are my computer, my phone via Wi-Fi, one more Phone and a laptop.
I hope someone has an idea of how this issue can be fixed. I have also tried finding a newer firmware for my router without success. Is there something I can do from my PC?
Thank you all in advance.