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After my previous video testing Intel’s i340 4-port gigabit Ethernet NIC on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, I thought I’d see if I could break the 4 Gbps networking barrier—and I did!

Check out the Raspberry Pi PCIe Card Database: https://pipci.jeffgeerling.com

And the GitHub issue where I figured everything out (thanks to a huge amount of help from viewers!): https://github.com/geerlingguy/raspberry-pi-pcie-devices/issues/3

Here’s the Intel i340 card I used: https://amzn.to/37vHQR6

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Contents:

00:00 – Jean-Luc Picard Intro
00:21 – ksoftirqd CPU throttling
00:55 – Overclock to 3.4 Gbps
01:32 – More exotic: IRQ, MTU
02:52 – Cross-compiling for 9000 MTU
03:56 – Benchmarking again
04:39 – 4.15 Gbps!
05:09 – Celebrations!
05:41 – Steps to get 4 Gpbs
06:12 – What about 10 Gbps?
06:30 – Bloopers

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