So today I got gigabit internet. I have 1gig down and 30 mbits up (ik ik it’s kinda crap upload but its the best I can get in my area). Anyways I used the ISP router because it was pretty good and had 5Ghz with wireless AC and coudl easily connect all my devices. Well today when I got an upgrade they needed to upgrade my router for the 1gig and after all was said and done I had 1gig. problem is I can only get 1 gig on my desktop PC wired with ethernet. Now I’m aware that wireless will never be able to have the same kind of transfer speeds as wired so I’m not confused about that but what I am confused about is why my PC when wired can only get full speed under Linux? If I boot into Manjaro and run a speed test I get about 800-950 down and 30 up but when I boot into Windows 10 there seems to be a hard cap around 120-130 megabits. I’m not sure why this is as I double checked that the link speed was 1 gig and that jumbo frames was turned on. Idk if this is a driver issue or what but this seems weird that Windows would have about 1/10th the speed.
Any ideas would be much appreciated.