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#187092 Black Ops 4 Proves COD is DOOMED

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 4 days ago

#187059 DVI vs HDMI

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 5 days ago

Since you're using an "adapter" cable I don't think it makes any difference at all... in fact it could make things worse depending on the quality of the cable

#185775 Considering Reinstalling Windows 10 due to BSODs

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 3 weeks ago

And PLEASE use a Samsung SSD as your new drive

#183514 Is bufferbloat still a problem for people with let's say 400 Mbps internet ?

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 12 June 2018 - 10:20 AM

Bufferbloat will always be a problem. The internet runs at whatever your maximum speeds are... Maxed out pipe = bufferbloat. It doesn't matter how fast your speeds are it's about managing the queue of packets in and out. That's why in your other post I was going to ask why are you upgrading your speeds? It's not going to help, if anything it will make ping worse... Generally higher speed packages seem to be more laggy for whatever reason on US ISP cable companies.

#181302 Cloudflare Launches DNS Service

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 16 May 2018 - 10:15 AM

Not sure if it was my internet dying or the DNS... but last night I had some issues with things connecting very very slow

#181141 Does an good dns matter for gaming

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 13 May 2018 - 12:08 PM

I've been using cloudflare, no issues... but no better for gaming.

#181054 Question on ping

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 11 May 2018 - 08:26 PM

Are you testing at a different time of day? Every little variable matters when testing ping, especially on cable.

#178923 Went from using the Netgear CM700 to the TP Link TC7610 and WOW!!!

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 19 April 2018 - 01:22 PM


 Hi all!
Where I can get firmware update for TP-Link TC-7610 modem
Have been told by multiple techs that Comcast does not push firmware updates.  Have been having ongoing connectivity issues that started before I had this modem; purchased a new modem on the recommendation of one of the techs that came out to try and help. Now it needs a firmware update that no one acknowledges Comcast needs to be the one to do. Help?



Comcast most definitely does push the update to the modem. Don't listen to the techs lol

#178880 Went from using the Netgear CM700 to the TP Link TC7610 and WOW!!!

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 18 April 2018 - 11:38 PM

Nope I'm crazy and don't know what I'm talking about :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

#177821 Cloudflare Launches DNS Service

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 09 April 2018 - 09:56 PM

How can I tell what DNS resolver my R1 is actually using?


If I do a nslookup google.com

it shows the R1 as the DNS server which I get, but what DNS resolver is the R1 using?


I've entered the new cloudflare DNS servers on the LAN Settings page but I want to verify that the cloudflare DNS server is being using.



#177306 Cloudflare Launches DNS Service

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 02 April 2018 - 02:32 AM

Can we use these for our R1 then? and



#177301 Cloudflare Launches DNS Service

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 01 April 2018 - 11:44 PM

#177044 Best Gaming Modems [Opinions]

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 29 March 2018 - 10:05 AM

Hey MoD, how about the MB8600?


From my experience with 3.1 modems they were a bit wonky... so unless you absolutely need it, I wouldn't do it

#177028 wifi access point issues

Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 28 March 2018 - 10:56 PM

Will disabling WMM allow full speeds via wired and wireless?


No it will cut your speeds to nothing


Posted by iAmMoDBoX on 28 March 2018 - 09:38 AM

DSLReports is not very accurate. The best test is to run a ping command or ping plotter and then upload/download while watching your ping. The best way to do this is from 2 separate devices also. Pinging on one and uploading/downloading on another.


70/70 should work fine, if you see any crazy jitter with that most likely it's your ISP or something else on your line