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Best Gaming Modems (VDSL/ADSL) all providers UK

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Best Gaming Modems UK (VDSL/ADSL)

 

A FULL LIST OF THE BEST GAMING MODEMS.

 

GOOD: It works flawlessly with my broadband and IPv6 internet.

 

And you can see all your statistics if you want to.

 

NETGEAR DM200-100EUS High-Speed Broadband DSL (VDSL/ADSL) Modem Price: £34.

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GOOD: but you cannot see your statistics that's the downside.

 

BT OPENREACH MODEM VDSL Price: £12 used to £35 new and up

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BAD*: It cause my ping to double

 

DrayTek Vigor 130 ADSL/VDSL Ethernet Modem Price: £83.

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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.

 

I can only say what I've experienced if people want to take the risk take it but the tops 2 have no risk.

 

The BT modem is good for those that want to do no configuration at all they just want it to set up itself.

 

NETGEAR DM200-100EUS it is my favorite bear in mind though you must configure it before putting it in modem mode you cannot put it in modem mode without configuring it.

 

Bear in mind I'm on a vdsl connection with high download and upload speed and very low ping of 4.

 

By the way I hate the BT Home Hub 6 definitely stick with BT Home Hub 5.

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With the DM200 would it not be better to leave it in router/modem mode to allow it handle the PPPoE connection. The R1 was not really designed to support PPPoE so taking the load off the R1 would be a good thing in this respect. Would there be any downsides to this configuration?

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