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  1. m4rc3_AVL

    High Ping on COD Servers

    Hi guys, how are you doing? I'm just wondering if it's possible that my ISP is having some bad routing or something specifically with the Brasil COD Dedicated Servers. I'm from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the only dedicated servers that are located in South America are usually in Sao Paulo, Brasil, for what I understand. I get like 40 / 50 ms ping in every game that has dedicated servers in Brasil (Fortnite, BF4, BF1, BF5 Beta...) and I used to get the same ping on COD but for some reason days ago I started to get like +100 ms ping. I noticed that it depends on the time: around 3 am to 10 am I get the 40 ms ping mark, past that it goes up to 60 ms ping, and later on through out night time it goes up to 100+ ms ping. The weird thing is that this doesn't happen on the other games where I get 40/50 ping constantly all the time through out the day, and my friends that have other ISPs don't get this problem, they constanly get 60 ping all the time which is normal for them. Any help? Thanks.
  2. iAmMoDBoX

    Best Gaming Modems [Opinions]

    ---- *NOTE FROM NETDUMA FRASER* Keep in mind, the R1 still works with those listed you just may get a better experience with those in the compatibility list. Some people use those in the non compatible list and have no issues. There is no reason to purchase another modem/router unless you have specifically found issues with your existing modem/router. You are advised to do your own research before making a financial commitment. ---- THIS IS IN NO WAY A FULL LIST OF THE BEST GAMING MODEMS. AS A GENERAL RULE - STAY AWAY FROM ISP PROVIDED "ALL IN ONE" MODEM/ROUTER HUBS IF YOU CAN. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A NEW MODEM AND WANT TO BE SURE IT WILL WORK PROPERLY ONLY PURCHASE FROM THE GOOD MODEM LIST. BAD*: Arris/Motorola: SB6121 SB6141 SB6183 SB6190 TG1672G TM1602 TG2492LG - Virgin Media Super Hub 3 TG3482G AVM: FRITZ!Box 6460 FRITZ!Box 6490 FRITZ!Box 6320 Cisco: XG1-V3 DPC3848 DPC3848V DPC3939 DPC3941B DPC3941T DPC3941 (commonly - Comcast Xfinity XB3) Compal: Super Hub 3 - virgin media CH7465-LG Virgin Media Hub 3 CH7466 CH66xxx Hitron: CDA Series: CDA-32372 CDA-3-35 CDE Series: CDE-32372 CGN3 Series: CGN3, CGN3ACR,CGN3AMF, CGN3AMR, CGN3ACSMR CGNM Series: CGNM-2250 CGNM-3552 CGNDM Series. CGNV Series: CGNV4 Linksys: CM3016 CM3024 CG7500 Netgear: CG3300 CG4000 CG4500 CG4500TM C6300 C6300BD (Telstra Gateway Max - Australia) CM500 CM600 CM700 AC1750 AC1900 (R7000) Pace: C704 Panasonic: C01AS03 Samsung: Home Media Server Horizon G5400 Horizon G7400 Bbox G7441 Sagemcom [email protected] 5260 SMC: D3G2408 D3G0804 D3GNV5 D3GN4 D3M1604 D3G1604 E3G1604 TP-Link: CR7000 TC-7620 Technicolor: TC8715D Ubee: EVW3226 Zoom: 5370 *By "bad" modem we mean ones that either have bugged chipsets which cause slowdowns and huge ping spikes under load or ones that have been tested and proven to cause less than optimal gaming experiences. GOOD: Arris/Motorola: TM722G TM822G TP-Link: TC-7610 TC-7610-E Zoom: 5341J https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/08/09/intel_puma_modem_woes/
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