#Raptor #Lake #Motherboards #Allegedly #Hit #Ethernet #Controller #Flaw

According to a report from TechPowerUp (opens in new tab), Intel’s latest I226-V 2.5GbE Ethernet controller, which debuted on 700-series motherboards, may have a design flaw. User reports from the Intel (opens in new tab), Microsoft (opens in new tab), Asus (opens in new tab), and Reddit (opens in new tab) communities allege that the I226-V controller causes frequent connection drops at random times, suggesting a potential design flaw.

The I226-V controller, codenamed Foxville, is the successor to the I225-V controller launched in 2019. Unfortunately, the I225-V wasn’t perfect and was plagued by many network connection problems that led to connectivity loss and performance deterioration. Since the issues could only be fixed at the hardware level, Intel eventually released the I225-V2 controller. Sadly, motherboards manufactured before the new revision continue to suffer from the issues, leading to workarounds such as gimping the controller to 1GbE mode instead of 2.5GbE.

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