It is worth noting that you will not get the full bandwidth rating. Expect to lose up to about 20% of your throughput due to overhead. In a 1000 Mbps network this would mean you can expect throughput of about 800 Mpbs.
As stated getting 80% on your 1000 Mbps switch, that as you can see from my calculations is average and the expected amount of bandwidth.
Another suggestion try for bundling of port at switch end means 2:2 connectivity between switch and server end.
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