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Nice mate,I'd put a picture of mine up but it's rubbish
thanks man, put a lot of thought into it
I still kick serious ass tho
lol it's not about the setup the top quality products you have, it's how you play, but I like anything that has to do with interior design so I had to make it look good, sense I just don't do gaming, some photography work, and watch movies, + music
LOL, I don't think he meant "today" More like still nothing 5 years later, lol jk. Its only been a year!
lol Iain was busy on Twitter today, and I missed it, to beta test, think the group of testers he picked today is official until next beta test stage, in a few weeks, which sucks, but feels like it's been 5 years lol patience is a virtue.
Yea, man. We don't even get updates on how things are going. All we get is " expect a update on how things are going in a few weeks" more like months. Plus I do understand that they have a lot of work in their hands. I still don't see the problem in updating us on how things are going.
but it is still nerve racking to be left in the dark about Duma OS for weeks, and months.
Still complaining, after what Iain just said, WOW like C'mon I would rather just have Iain be a coder sense he knows the ins, and outs, of his software development for years, sense like 2014 other coders that would be hired by netduma, most of them would wanna write the code a different way, or just not agree with Iain, and the rest of netduma staff, but maybe they would, and maybe Netduma can't afford another coder, which i'm sure hourly pay for a coder would be in the hundreds if they were to bring another one aboard, that's just my guesses, could be completely wrong, other than that the router works like it's advertised for me, so I don't really need DumaOS, but it's always nice to have a upgraded software U.I with cool features, that beat LAG, if you know how too use it, no human error, and your ISP connection is good.
Just my opinion but I would never use a equipment provided by my ISP as it's usually less than optimal and with all the gaming you do I would get my own modem and if you have cable and it's compatible with your ISP I would highly recommend the TP Link TC-7610 as it made a world of difference for me and a lot of others on the forum.Both Buck and MoD have tried several modems and finally found this little gem and it worked great for them so they were kind enough to pass the info along to me (and the rest of the forum) and I couldn't be happier with the results.
As MoD would say... as a rule of thumb stay away from Arris.
And I'm not sure if that modem has the "dreaded" intel puma chip set that has issues that are well documented.And I would let the PP run for at least a few hours during peak hours where you live and then late at night and compare the two.
As far as the old cable goes in your house,I'd rule out the modem first and then PP should let you know if it's a line issue or something else.
Just picked up the TP link TC 7610 that you suggested it worked out, no more jitter, or latency, and more consistent games on IW, thanks for suggesting that modem, I've tried all different types of modems Netgear, linksys, etc I guess they wernt compatible with the netduma, or the ISP, because it would make me skip and freeze in one area when I got close to a enemy teammate, and would start capping the speed from 200 mbps to 20mbps download.
DumaOS will have the feature where you can click on the ping graph bar the player that is lagging and block him, from what I read on a thread, which is one thing I can't wait for, a long time ago to point out Iain did say you really can't count on the peer ping graph for Call of Duty, but like Halo you can, more accurate.
Maybe if Netduma would give us a percentage of it being ready for beta instead of dates people would would be less anxious. I don't know just saying...
they couldn't give us a percentage because that % would drop when they encounter new bugs, one day they could say 90% done, next day we ran into bugs it's now at 75%, they wanna release it as much as we want it released for "OPEN BETA" nagging, and complaining is only gonna slow it down
Last I heard they have been adding new features to the new OS, add new features clean bugs, add new features clean bugs, etc, even if the main OS bugs are cleaned, I believe most of the features they want to add are not on it yet, it will be well worth the wait, in my eyes anyways.
Every year is the same for a new firmware upgrade, people complain, because of rough guess ETA for the firmware like DumaOS from Iain, or Luke, I ain't gonna talk crap about them I have no place to do so, more mature, and respectful than that, yeah sometimes a wrong ETA for like the open Beta annoyed me for a little bit, but I understood the wait new bugs, etc... rather have DumaOS run properly, function properly, and enjoy it for years to come, most likely why Iain is the only coder is because he can't trust anyone else to do the crazy things he has done with the router, Netgear, Asus, could only dream of having a router like the duma, or they just don't care about the software, they only care about the green paper, Netduma as a whole, and Iain himself has made a router strictly for gaming, Netgear, Asus not so much, they only claim sometimes it could work for gaming, some of the time they do work when you already have a good ISP, and internet connection, but all of those companies don't have a feature like Geo filtering, or congestion control, etc etc... all I gotta say