I recently built a new computer. I put it on my network as I would any of my other computers to access the internet. Anyway I was working on a computer that I was selling to a friend of mine and I go to download drivers for the video card. I was getting 250KB per second, and no it wasn't just at the beginning, it was consistently pulling that speed, which is high for me. At first I thought it was just the MTU/edit Tcp receive window) buffering, but when it stayed at that pace for 18MBs it got me thinking. WTF is with this computer being able to pull in the high speeds that I have never been able to with my new computer. Never the less the new computer has only been able to get speeds around 130KB on a good day on off peak time, but it's the middle of the day and the other computer pulls in twice the speed. Is there something improperly configured on my NIC card, or registry that is slowing the download speeds on my new computer? In order for me to accurately compare the two computers I benched the speeds and the same site on both PC's, then went to NVIDIA to test download on this new computer to see if I can anywhere near the speeds I obtained on the old puter, but no luck, so there has to be something I can do to obtain the same speeds. I mean geez, 230KB for me is fast, because I download a hell of a lot of stuff. Can someone lead me in the right direction?